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6 Expert Tips for Choosing Hardware for Your Kitchen - thespruce.com
thespruce.com
10.11.2023 / 13:41

6 Expert Tips for Choosing Hardware for Your Kitchen

One of the easiest things you can do to level up the look of your kitchen is to add pulls and knobs to your cabinets. There are hundreds of choices, and finding just the right hardware for your space can be a tough decision.

Sarah Raven’s November Notes from Perch Hill - theenglishgarden.co.uk - Usa
theenglishgarden.co.uk
09.11.2023 / 12:39

Sarah Raven’s November Notes from Perch Hill

I can’t deny that some of the winter-hardy plants are far more abundant grown under glass, so if you have a coldframe, greenhouse, polytunnel or even a series of glass or plastic cloches, do use them. We grow a mix of salads and hardy annual herbs in our glasshouse here, but certainly in Sussex this protection is not essential. The most cold-resistant of these greens, such as parsley, mizuna, mustard ‘Red Giant’ and American land cress, may falter under snow or after several successive days of frost, but even without a cover, they won’t die. They seem to hibernate, and then as soon as there’s a bit of sun or a general thaw they come back to life. 

Winner of Great British Holiday Competition 2023 announced! - theenglishgarden.co.uk - Britain
theenglishgarden.co.uk
09.11.2023 / 12:39

Winner of Great British Holiday Competition 2023 announced!

Eileen wins the holiday of a lifetime, including a luxury one-night stay at Middle Eight, a chic hotel set in bustling Covent Garden, whose streets are lined with some of the capital’s best shops and restaurants, and a night at The Guardsman, an exclusive boutique hotel just a stone’s throw from Buckingham Palace.

Winner of Great British Holiday Competition 2023 announced! - theenglishgarden.co.uk - Britain
theenglishgarden.co.uk
07.11.2023 / 17:55

Winner of Great British Holiday Competition 2023 announced!

Eileen wins the holiday of a lifetime, including a luxury one-night stay at Middle Eight, a chic hotel set in bustling Covent Garden, whose streets are lined with some of the capital’s best shops and restaurants, and a night at The Guardsman, an exclusive boutique hotel just a stone’s throw from Buckingham Palace.

7 Kitchen Items Not Worth the Splurge, According to Designers - thespruce.com
thespruce.com
05.11.2023 / 13:41

7 Kitchen Items Not Worth the Splurge, According to Designers

Whether you’re considering a full kitchen renovation—so long, rickety cabinets and outdated backsplash—or simply need to stock up on a few essential kitchen tools, there’s no getting around it: kitchens are expensive.  Not every aspect of your kitchen needs to blow your budget, though. We tapped two interior designers, both with extensive kitchen experience, to spill the kitchen items they say aren’t worth the splurge.  “There are so many choices when it comes to outfitting a kitchen, with just as many price points to choose from,” according to interior designer Kristina Phillips. “Most would agree that countertops and appliances are worth spending money on, but there are a few items that don't need splurging to be effective.” Read on for their recommendations, both big and small—your budget will thank you. 

Sarah Raven’s November Notes from Perch Hill - theenglishgarden.co.uk - Usa
theenglishgarden.co.uk
03.11.2023 / 16:11

Sarah Raven’s November Notes from Perch Hill

I can’t deny that some of the winter-hardy plants are far more abundant grown under glass, so if you have a coldframe, greenhouse, polytunnel or even a series of glass or plastic cloches, do use them. We grow a mix of salads and hardy annual herbs in our glasshouse here, but certainly in Sussex this protection is not essential. The most cold-resistant of these greens, such as parsley, mizuna, mustard ‘Red Giant’ and American land cress, may falter under snow or after several successive days of frost, but even without a cover, they won’t die. They seem to hibernate, and then as soon as there’s a bit of sun or a general thaw they come back to life. 

14 Essentials Pros Swear By to Stay Organized Over the Holidays - thespruce.com
thespruce.com
28.10.2023 / 13:20

14 Essentials Pros Swear By to Stay Organized Over the Holidays

Staying organized during the holiday season may seem challenging, but with the right products at your disposal, you'll be equipped to handle everything from guests to gift wrapping with ease.

Showy Native Plants for Rocky Soils - finegardening.com - Usa - state Colorado - state Arizona - state Utah - state New Mexico
finegardening.com
19.10.2023 / 19:41

Showy Native Plants for Rocky Soils

The Rocky Mountain Region is stretched over 10,000 feet in elevation change and nearly over the full longitude of the Continental United States. Within this massive spread fit more than six biomes, ranging from the grasslands and prairie edges of northern New Mexico to the alpine of Montana. Despite the impressive diversity in soil and climate, many people in the area garden on our region’s namesake: rocks.

Plants for a purpose: trees for small gardens - gardenersworld.com - France - Japan
gardenersworld.com
13.10.2023 / 19:39

Plants for a purpose: trees for small gardens

Even the smallest garden benefits from including at least one tree – if chosen well, they provide year-round colour and interest, benefit wildlife and can make a small garden seem bigger. There’s a host of beautiful trees that can be grown in a small garden, and some that will thrive in a container. Here, we share some of our favourite trees for small gardens. There are options to suit every garden style and trees that will provide fabulous autumn foliage, beautiful spring blossom and delicious fruit for you or vibrant berries for the birds. Our choices include recommendations from the Gardeners’ World team and familiar faces from across the gardening industry.

Growing Garlic in the Rocky Mountains - finegardening.com - Usa
finegardening.com
19.09.2023 / 19:13

Growing Garlic in the Rocky Mountains

Good things in life take time. Most of us recognize the truth in this statement, especially when it comes to our gardens. Not only are the best designs often those refined with incremental changes over years, but the juiciest, most umami-rich tomatoes are often those that develop slowly in the garden. The same is true for one of the quirkiest edible crops I grow, which takes a full nine months from planting to harvest: garlic (Allium sativum). It’s worth the wait, even if just to see how it grows. Growing garlic in the Rocky Mountains isn’t much different from growing it in other places, but certain varieties do better here. Learn more below.

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