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Growing Iris siberica - gardenerstips.co.uk
25.02.2024 / 06:38

Growing Iris siberica

Iris sibirica is a clump forming member or the Iris family. In this walled garden the clump has been left undivided for several years and looks good in early summer with its blue flowers held above the foliage.

Grow Bearded Iris - gardenerstips.co.uk - Netherlands
24.02.2024 / 22:05

Grow Bearded Iris

The Iris family contains over 200 species and all Iris flowers have 3 outer and 3 inner petals with 3 stamens. The outer petals protect the inner petals as sepals do on other flowers. An inner petal is called the ‘Standard’ and the outer is called the ‘Fall’ which bends backward and hangs down. The fall is normally patterned with distinctive markings and a bearded iris has central line of pollen bearing hairs. The Standard is often a different colour to the Fall, in the example a mauve with a deep purple fall. Buds are protected by insignificant papery bracts.

When to plant collard greens from seeds or transplants - savvygardening.com - Georgia - county Day
23.02.2024 / 15:55

When to plant collard greens from seeds or transplants

Knowing when to plant collard greens is key to their success. They can be grown directly from seeds or the seedlings transplanted into garden beds or containers to get a head start on the harvest. When deciding how and when to plant collard greens, your local climate and the length of your growing season are some of the most important factors to consider. In this article you’ll learn about the importance of timing, when to start collard green seeds indoors, when to direct sow outdoors, when to transplant seedlings, and get tips for growing healthy plants.

13 Things that Come from Your Blender that Can Fertilize Your Plants - balconygardenweb.com
23.02.2024 / 10:09

13 Things that Come from Your Blender that Can Fertilize Your Plants

Do you realize that there are Things that Come from Your Blender that Can Fertilize Your Plants? Sounds odd? Keep on reading to find out!

8 Best Hoyas that Grow from Leaves - balconygardenweb.com
20.02.2024 / 11:41

8 Best Hoyas that Grow from Leaves

Hoyas are easy houseplants and you can grow new ones from leaves. First, pick a healthy leaf with a small stalk and plant it in moist soil or sphagnum moss. Keep it in a warm, bright place and mist it sometimes. Some great Hoyas for leaf growth include Hoya carnosa, Hoya australis Lisa, Hoya bella, Hoya obovata, Hoya pubicalyx, and a few more. Some of these need patience and extra care, but they can grow into beautiful plants.

Floral Sunshine From Barb - finegardening.com - state Pennsylvania
20.02.2024 / 10:53

Floral Sunshine From Barb

This is Barb Mrgich, Master Gardener from Adams County, Pennsylvania. I have sent in several entries in the past. (Butterflies in Barb’s Garden and Barb’s Favorite Photos ) I love lots of color in my gardens. In January, Joseph did an entry on yellow in the garden, and it inspired me to submit these photos. I really like his description that yellow flowers are “floral sunshine.” A little floral sunshine is never more appreciated than in the very early spring when things are looking rather dull and dreary! Although I like to consider myself a wildlife and native-plant gardener, I still rely on select nonnatives for beauty and color in the early season since I have found that most of my native plants shine better in midsummer and fall. All of these pictures were taken in mid-April in my Zone 6B garden.

Growing Rosemary From Cuttings | How to Propagate a Rosemary Plant - balconygardenweb.com
19.02.2024 / 07:25

Growing Rosemary From Cuttings | How to Propagate a Rosemary Plant

Rosemary can be used in several dishes, from roasts to cocktails, and adds a unique flavor to your meal or drinks, making it a must have herbs in homes and garden!

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