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Caring for Sempervivums - Golden Rules - gardenersworld.com
gardenersworld.com
28.01.2024 / 03:01

Caring for Sempervivums - Golden Rules

In this Golden Rules video, William Sinclair of Rotherview Nursery gives his expert advice on growing sempervivums.

How to Grow and Care for Weeping Cherry Trees - gardenerspath.com - China - Japan
gardenerspath.com
26.01.2024 / 17:15

How to Grow and Care for Weeping Cherry Trees

How to Grow and Care for Weeping Cherry Trees Prunus spp.

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.

How to grow London Pride Plant (Saxifraga × urbium) - gardenersworld.com - Spain - Ireland
gardenersworld.com
25.01.2024 / 15:09

How to grow London Pride Plant (Saxifraga × urbium)

London pride (Saxifraga x urbium) is a low-growing evergreen perennial, a hybrid between Spanish Saxifraga umbrosa and Irish Saxifraga spathularis. Once a great garden favourite, London pride plant is hardy and looks good all year round, forming spreading clumps of leafy rosettes made up of spoon-shaped, fleshy, mid-green leaves. In summer masses of small, pink-flushed white flowers are borne on slender stems of around 30cm in height, lasting for up to three months. London Pride thrives in most soils and situations and is especially useful for shady sites. It’s an undemanding and versatile perennial that has fallen from fashion but is a worthwhile garden plant, being easy to grow, yet not invasive. Called London pride because it flourished on bombed sites in the city during the Second World War, it’s even the subject of a song by playwright and composer Noel Coward, whose song titled ‘London Pride’ was popular at the time.

Kathy’s Garden Design for Her Daughter - finegardening.com - state California
finegardening.com
25.01.2024 / 10:35

Kathy’s Garden Design for Her Daughter

Kathy Sandel has shared her gardens with us before (More of Kathy’s Calabasas Garden, Kathy’s Garden Transformation in Sacramento), but today she’s sharing the garden she created for her daughter in Sacramento, California.

24 Best Indoor Plants for Gifting - balconygardenweb.com - Usa
balconygardenweb.com
24.01.2024 / 12:34

24 Best Indoor Plants for Gifting

Selecting a perfect indoor plant gift is made easy with our Best Indoor Plants for Gifting! From the lucky Jade Plant to the low-maintenance Peace Lily, each plant, like Orchids or Poinsettias, offers unique qualities for meaningful gifts.

How to Grow and Care for Crown of Thorns - gardenerspath.com
gardenerspath.com
22.01.2024 / 18:59

How to Grow and Care for Crown of Thorns

How to Grow and Care for Crown of Thorns Euphorbia milii

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.

How to Grow and Care for Freesia Flowers - gardenerspath.com - Britain - South Africa
gardenerspath.com
16.01.2024 / 18:35

How to Grow and Care for Freesia Flowers

How to Grow and Care for Freesia Flowers Freesia spp.

How to Grow and Care for a Lipstick Plant (Aeschynanthus) - gardenersworld.com - Britain
gardenersworld.com
16.01.2024 / 15:18

How to Grow and Care for a Lipstick Plant (Aeschynanthus)

Lipstick plant (Aeschynanthus radicans) is a popular house plant with an almost constant display of bright red, tubular flowers, that resemble lipsticks, against trailing, green foliage. Native to the rainforests of South East Asia, Aeschynanthus is an epiphytic plant, which means it doesn’t grow in the ground but instead is found hanging from tree branches, where it gets its moisture from rain water vapour. As a house plant in the UK, it grows well in a free-draining, peat-free potting mix.

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