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How to Plant and Grow ‘Sugar Daddy’ Peas - gardenerspath.com - county Valley
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28.01.2024 / 23:56

How to Plant and Grow ‘Sugar Daddy’ Peas

How to Plant and Grow ‘Sugar Daddy’ Peas Pisum sativum ‘Sugar Daddy’

Is your landscape ‘undergrown’? with nancy lawson - awaytogarden.com - Usa - state Maryland
awaytogarden.com
27.01.2024 / 12:33

Is your landscape ‘undergrown’? with nancy lawson

AS SHE OFTEN DOES, naturalist and nature writer Nancy Lawson—perhaps known better to some of you as the Humane Gardener after the title of her first book—caught my attention the other day.

Hellebores: How to handle and divide them - theenglishgarden.co.uk
theenglishgarden.co.uk
25.01.2024 / 19:19

Hellebores: How to handle and divide them

Since 2015 she’s run the NT’s Heritage Horticultural Program, delivering practical workshops to hundreds of garden staff members. Here, she explains how to handle your hellebores so that you can enjoy a quality display of flowers for years to come.

Garden-Friendly Snow Clearing and Salt Alternatives - finegardening.com
finegardening.com
25.01.2024 / 10:35

Garden-Friendly Snow Clearing and Salt Alternatives

In the depths of winter the focus on what happens under our feet is generally centered around staying safe and minimizing slips, trips, and falls on steps or walkways covered in snow or ice. But while safety is a worthwhile concern, gardeners must also consider the detrimental long-term effects on soil health that can be caused by products commonly used to remediate dangerous winter conditions.

Deterring rabbits from your garden and protecting vulnerable plants - theenglishgarden.co.uk
theenglishgarden.co.uk
23.01.2024 / 15:36

Deterring rabbits from your garden and protecting vulnerable plants

Little is more discouraging than discovering healthy and recently-planted spring borders and developing vegetable crops damaged or eaten by rabbits; it’s enough to bring the Elmer Fudd out in the mildest of gardeners. Annoyingly rabbits are most active feeders early in morning and at dusk, and so often hard to spot; they also seem attracted to newly-planted areas. But by employing a range of tactics it is possible to reduce problems. 

SC Fruit and Vegetable Field Report- January 22, 2024 - hgic.clemson.edu
hgic.clemson.edu
23.01.2024 / 12:45

SC Fruit and Vegetable Field Report- January 22, 2024

Happy 2024! We’re back and ready for another great year of growing fruit and veggies! We hope everyone had a great Christmas and New Year.

If You See This on Your Plants and Trees, Remove Immediately - balconygardenweb.com
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23.01.2024 / 11:11

If You See This on Your Plants and Trees, Remove Immediately

Bagworms are caterpillars that make homes using twigs and silk. If you see bags hanging from your plants, they might be bagworms, causing harm by eating leaves and adding weight to branches. You can remove them manually, use insecticides with Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt), or invite birds and wasps to control them. If the problem persists, consult a pest control professional.

6 Tricks to Grow Bushier, Bigger and Colorful Nerve Plants - balconygardenweb.com
balconygardenweb.com
23.01.2024 / 11:11

6 Tricks to Grow Bushier, Bigger and Colorful Nerve Plants

Care for your Nerve Plants effortlessly! Maintain humidity with a humidifier or water tray, and find the right sunlight balance. Feed with diluted liquid fertilizer every 3-4 weeks, prune for bushiness when it's 4-6 inches tall, and enhance CO2 levels occasionally. Amp up leaf vibrancy by using a weak tea solution every 2 months. These simple steps guarantee colorful, bushier, and lush Nerve Plants!

SHOE FLIES AND CHINESE LANTERNS – Gardening - backyardgardener.com - China - Peru
backyardgardener.com
22.01.2024 / 21:21

SHOE FLIES AND CHINESE LANTERNS – Gardening

This year, when gardeners look at plant and seed catalogs, I think they will be inclined to go for the safe and familiar. After all,  even optimists need a sense of security. It will probably be a banner year for roses of all kinds, with reds selling well. The ongoing vogue for cottage flowers will probably continue to be strong. In fact, the wildest thing many people will invest in come spring will be a few of the more bizarre coleus cultivars.

Growing Guide for Maurandia - backyardgardener.com - Spain - Mexico
backyardgardener.com
22.01.2024 / 21:21

Growing Guide for Maurandia

Tender climbing perennial plants which are free flowering and suitable for growing in pots in the greenhouse, or for planting out of doors. They are closely related to the Snapdragon (Antirrhinum), to whose family, Scrophulariaceae, they belong.

How to Grow and Care for Ironweed (Vernonia) - gardenerspath.com - Britain
gardenerspath.com
20.01.2024 / 17:33

How to Grow and Care for Ironweed (Vernonia)

How to Grow and Care for Ironweed (Vernonia) Vernonia spp.

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