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Six on Saturday: the Fire at the Heart of the Garden Burns Brightly - ramblinginthegarden.wordpress.com
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06.01.2024 / 22:21

Six on Saturday: the Fire at the Heart of the Garden Burns Brightly

I have no idea what has caused this ‘flame’ in the garden, but perhaps it really does symbolise the heart of it. I was not aware of the flame while I was working in the garden today, removing and cleaning the bricks from the low retaining wall at the back of one of the bold borders, and it only became evident when I looked at the photos later. Looking at the wider picture, when there was about a third of the wall left to remove and clean, you can see that there is a glass sculpture in the border but, at the time the picture was taken, the sun (and it was a sunny day) was behind me and to my right, so it wasn’t shining through the glass. Curiously, as I perched on my makeshift stool, chipping away at the bricks with my lump hammer and chisel, I found myself thinking of earlier civilisations, chipping away with bones and stones to make their artefacts – so could I perhaps have been joined by ghosts from the distant past, huddled round their fire for warmth…?

Have a Look at These 100 Years Old Indoor Plants! - balconygardenweb.com - county Garden
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04.01.2024 / 08:43

Have a Look at These 100 Years Old Indoor Plants!

Here are incredible indoor plants that have been around for 100 years! From a grand 108-year-old Jade Plant filled with love to a fancy rhododendron, each one tells a beautiful story. That's not all! A 100-year-old Monstera and a generational Christmas Cactus passed down for three generations. And More!

Red in the Garden - finegardening.com - Japan - Brazil - county Garden
finegardening.com
03.01.2024 / 11:15

Red in the Garden

Red is an attention-grabbing color in the garden. Bold, loud, and bright. And it plays well with other colors as well – pair it with orange and yellow for a hot, exciting bed, or blues and purple to created a deep, rich, moody tone. Here are some of my favorite red blooms for the garden… what reds are you loving in your garden?

Stop these 12 Indoor Plant Growing Mistakes from the New Year - balconygardenweb.com
balconygardenweb.com
01.01.2024 / 11:09

Stop these 12 Indoor Plant Growing Mistakes from the New Year

As this New Year unfolds, it’s the perfect time to transform your gardening practices by waving bye to the common plant-growing mistakes. This guide will offer you some meaningful insights and practical solutions that promise a thriving yard!

6 Best Full Sun Ferns for the Garden - balconygardenweb.com
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01.01.2024 / 11:09

6 Best Full Sun Ferns for the Garden

These full sun fern varieties are great for places that get direct light for most part of the day like a well lit balcony, garden, or patio.

End of the Year: Organised Mayhem at the Bottom of the Garden - ramblinginthegarden.wordpress.com
ramblinginthegarden.wordpress.com
31.12.2023 / 22:01

End of the Year: Organised Mayhem at the Bottom of the Garden

In terms of a review of the year as a whole, there is not a lot to say, with it being more a case of consolidation than of change, building on subtle changes made the year before, like moving snowdrops to the woodland, thinning the apple trees to introduce more light to the woodland edge border below, and extending the blue & white borders. Even the current project, despite the organised mayhem it has generated, will only bring about a subtle change to the garden. Within the garden as a whole, mixed weather patterns created uncertainty in flowering times but there were negligible losses from the previous cold winter and no problems with waterlogging during the last few rainy and unsettled months.

How Often Can I Apply Sulfur to My Lawn | Sulfur Application in Garden - balconygardenweb.com - county Garden
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22.12.2023 / 05:11

How Often Can I Apply Sulfur to My Lawn | Sulfur Application in Garden

Want to know the secret to a lush, green, and thriving lawn and the right tools? Keep reading to find out How Often Can I Apply Sulfur to My Lawn and transform your garden into an envy-inducing show-stopper!

A Time to Take Garden Stock | Letter from the Editor - finegardening.com
finegardening.com
21.12.2023 / 15:03

A Time to Take Garden Stock | Letter from the Editor

As I look outside my office window, I can see a serene layer of snow has begun blanketing my garden.  So, it seems like an appropriate time to celebrate the often-overlooked beauty and joys of winter gardening. While the plummeting temperatures have forced much of our gardens into a state of rest, this season actually offers a unique and magical opportunity to connect with nature in a different way.

More from Kathy’s Sacramento Garden - finegardening.com - New Zealand - state California - county Garden
finegardening.com
21.12.2023 / 11:57

More from Kathy’s Sacramento Garden

Kathy Sandel sent in just a few more photos of hercurrent garden in Sacramento, California, and I couldn’t resist sharing them:

How to Craft Stunning DIY Poinsettia Decor - hometalk.com
hometalk.com
21.12.2023 / 10:02

How to Craft Stunning DIY Poinsettia Decor

Today, I am going to take you on a crafting adventure transforming humble foil pans into gorgeous DIY poinsettias.

Will you be embracing fashionable new gardening trends in 2024? - gardenersworld.com - county Garden
gardenersworld.com
20.12.2023 / 12:19

Will you be embracing fashionable new gardening trends in 2024?

It’s the classic January flex when we start looking forward to the end of winter and the re-awakening of the garden.

Dreaming of a green Christmas: make the garden the centrepiece of your festive table - irishtimes.com - Ireland
irishtimes.com
16.12.2023 / 14:26

Dreaming of a green Christmas: make the garden the centrepiece of your festive table

From when I was a child, I’ve always loved gussying up the table for Christmas. Lots of candles are a must, in order to give that necessary festive twinkle, ideally placed at different heights (nightlights, low candlesticks, tall candelabras), to really make it sparkle. Nice table linen and glassware are important too. But the table arrangements really wave the magic Christmas wand, providing that all-important bit of theatre to memorably mark this special day of the year.

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