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Grow your own favourite meals with GardenAdvice - gardenadvice.co.uk
gardenadvice.co.uk
19.01.2024 / 17:33

Grow your own favourite meals with GardenAdvice

Gardening for a Holistic and Sustainable Lifestyle: Combining Insights from GardenAdvice’s Latest Initiative on growing your own fruit and vegetables based on the meals you love to eat.

How to Grow String of Bananas like Garden Centres - balconygardenweb.com
balconygardenweb.com
17.01.2024 / 10:31

How to Grow String of Bananas like Garden Centres

Having a thriving String of Bananas is a mix of care and science! If you too want to have a specimen that can put the ones in garden centres to shame – keep reading!

How to Prune Commonly Overgrown Shrubs - finegardening.com
finegardening.com
16.01.2024 / 16:47

How to Prune Commonly Overgrown Shrubs

For many of us, this scenario may sound familiar: You move into a new house and everything is perfect—except that huge rhodie out front that is threatening to swallow the porch. Or, maybe you purchased a gorgeous lilac several years ago and now it is enveloping half the front walkway. I like to call the culprits in these cases the “beasts” of the garden: perfectly wonderful shrubs that tend to get out of hand. Perhaps you planted them at the start of your gardening career; or maybe you simply inherited a property with 1 (or 6) of these beasts already in place. Sometimes, you don’t want to get rid of the shrub completely, but after many decades of being ignored, you need to get things in check. Luckily for overwhelmed gardeners, there are specific ways to get these imposing monsters under control once and for all. True, there are far more beasts of the garden out there than are mentioned here—but you may be able to deal with them in a fashion similar to our three examples.

Conifers: the best for gardens - theenglishgarden.co.uk - North Korea
theenglishgarden.co.uk
16.01.2024 / 16:13

Conifers: the best for gardens

Conifers may have a history reaching back 300 million years and cover wide stretches of the northern nemisphere but as garden plants they have long been out of favour. That may be changing. Innovative use at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show last year demonstrated how conifers can add structure to a garden in a relaxed way. 

Fruit tree pruning service - gardenadvice.co.uk - Britain - Ireland
gardenadvice.co.uk
16.01.2024 / 11:51

Fruit tree pruning service

This winter we are pruning our member’s and viewers’ fruit trees as we have done for the last 3 years

How to Start a Garden Journal - gardengatemagazine.com
gardengatemagazine.com
14.01.2024 / 15:49

How to Start a Garden Journal

How to Start a Garden Journal If you've wanted to start a garden journal (or get back to using one!), check out these tips from artist and teacher, Carrie Carlson. Connect with nature with a garden journal

Planting Snowdrops "In the Green" for Garden Success - gardenadvice.co.uk
gardenadvice.co.uk
09.01.2024 / 11:48

Planting Snowdrops "In the Green" for Garden Success

Maximising Snowdrop Multiplication: Utilising the “in the green” planting method is highly effective for snowdrops, particularly when aiming to increase their numbers. Follow these updated guidelines to effectively plant and cultivate winter snowdrops in your garden using this approach.

2024's Best New Garden Plants: Perennials for Sun - gardengatemagazine.com
gardengatemagazine.com
08.01.2024 / 11:41

2024's Best New Garden Plants: Perennials for Sun

2024's Best New Garden Plants: Perennials for Sun Looking for some new perennials to jazz up your borders? Take a look at these amazing new perennials for sun! 2024's New perennials for sun

Gail’s Garden in North Carolina - finegardening.com - Japan - state North Carolina - county Garden
finegardening.com
08.01.2024 / 09:17

Gail’s Garden in North Carolina

Today we’re visiting Gail Bromer’s beautiful garden at the top of the continental divide in the Blue Ridge Mountains of western North Carolina:

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?

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