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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

Rose Leaf – Black Spot - backyardgardener.com
backyardgardener.com
21.01.2024 / 22:01

Rose Leaf – Black Spot

A term which can be used to describe certain plant diseases which reveal themselves as black spots on the leaves. Some are quite startling in the color contrast with the green of the leaf, for example, black or tar spot on sycamore leaves. But the best known of all ornamental plant black spot diseases is that which affects roses, called rose black spot. In this, the spots are usually circular and well-defined but sometimes they are very diffuse and roughly follow the veins in a branched fashion. In the disease of delphiniums called black spot or black blotch, the black spots are of all sizes and very irregular shapes. In black spot disease of elm leaves the spots are shiny, coal black, and slightly raised.

Valentine Roses - backyardgardener.com - France - Egypt
backyardgardener.com
20.01.2024 / 00:33

Valentine Roses

Valentine’s Day has just passed, and if you were lucky, someone you love gave you roses to celebrate the occasion. All the romance and fragrance in the air bring to mind one of history’s great love stories-that of Napoleon and Josephine. Naturally the whole tale is full of roses.

Planting a Yellow Rose - backyardgardener.com - Usa - state New York
backyardgardener.com
19.01.2024 / 23:46

Planting a Yellow Rose

This is not to say that I have no other roses in my garden. Life would not be complete without a few good reds, a generous handful of peach-tinted varieties and a sprinkling of whites. This year we may acquire one or two striped roses, and I have a feeling that they may prove addictive. However, for the moment, the yellow roses hold sway in my heart.

Potted Shrub Roses for Instant Color - backyardgardener.com - Usa
backyardgardener.com
19.01.2024 / 23:45

Potted Shrub Roses for Instant Color

Do you have small space to plant or little time to garden? Then look no further than a shrub rose. A potted Star® Landscape Shrub Rose blooms from spring well into fall frost with little care for year-round color and non-stop blooming

Sunday 1st August 2021 – The ups and downs of gardening in the UK! - clairesallotment.com - Britain
clairesallotment.com
19.01.2024 / 14:59

Sunday 1st August 2021 – The ups and downs of gardening in the UK!

Being British we love to talk about the weather, it’s just one of those things we do. Many of us are never happy whatever the weather brings. It’s either too cold (but it’s the winter so what do you expect, put a few extra layers on), or too hot (again it’s the summer and that’s what happens, drink something cold and buy a fan). It rains when people don’t want it to (I must admit sometimes when it pours and I’m working I do get cross but I can’t do anything about it), and then sometimes it gets very windy (we live on a small island that is right next to the Atlantic ocean so it’s gonna happen). Stop complaining about the weather all the time and just live your life and enjoy your life. You only get one life so make the most of it and stop moaning about something that really doesn’t effect you that much. Yes you might get wet when it rains or sweaty when it’s hot, but there is always someone worse off that you. Ok so moan over, here’s what I got up to today and how the weather has effected my plants.

Primrose: Perennials Guide to Planting Flowers - backyardgardener.com - Japan
backyardgardener.com
17.01.2024 / 02:49

Primrose: Perennials Guide to Planting Flowers

Hardy Primroses are showy plants which fit in well with any Spring bedding design. The small flowers are graceful and dainty and the varieties can be so chosen that they will be in bloom from April for a month. Primroses grow from 6 inches to 18 inches high and have light green, hairy leaves. The colors of the hardy sorts range from white to the darkest crimson and yellow. Some of the varieties are double, and others present this appearance because the petals are wavy and crinkled.

Brian Minter: Clever gifts for the gardeners on your list - theprovince.com
theprovince.com
16.01.2024 / 19:21

Brian Minter: Clever gifts for the gardeners on your list

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Your gardening questions answered: What’s wrong with my climbing roses? - irishtimes.com
irishtimes.com
13.01.2024 / 05:25

Your gardening questions answered: What’s wrong with my climbing roses?

I planted some climbing roses into pots at either side of our garden gazebo and have trained them to grow up over it. I’ve been careful to feed and water them, and they did brilliantly for a couple of years, but last summer they looked miserable. Any suggestions as to what I’m doing wrong? TJ, Co Kilkenny

Tone it down: Why too much artificial lighting is bad for your garden - irishtimes.com - Greece - Ireland
irishtimes.com
13.01.2024 / 05:25

Tone it down: Why too much artificial lighting is bad for your garden

Living deep in the Irish countryside as I do, surrounded by a centuries-old patchwork of farm fields, hedgerows and leafy pockets of ancient native woodland, a clear winter night sky is a thing of profound beauty. It is filled with the otherworldly shimmer of a host of constellations, familiar to me from my childhood.

Bare-root roses: Growing tips and variety recommendations - theenglishgarden.co.uk - Britain
theenglishgarden.co.uk
11.01.2024 / 13:48

Bare-root roses: Growing tips and variety recommendations

Bare-root roses (those that are dug up from the nursery’s fields during dormancy and come without soil around their roots) are delivered from November onwards and can be planted throughout the winter. Now is the time to order for the widest choice of varieties and, come summer, the reward will be the most colourful, fragrant and quintessentially English garden flowers there are.

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