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How To Grow A Victoria Plum Tree (Prunus domestica) - gardenersworld.com - Britain
gardenersworld.com
24.01.2024 / 18:11

How To Grow A Victoria Plum Tree (Prunus domestica)

The Victoria plum, Prunus domestica ‘Victoria’, is Britain’s best-known plum variety. It produces heavy crops of delicious, egg-shaped fruits, ideal for use in jams and chutneys, as well as eating straight from the tree.

RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2024 - theenglishgarden.co.uk
theenglishgarden.co.uk
19.01.2024 / 16:09

RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2024

The RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2024 makes its anticipated return to the spring season this year, taking place between 21 – 25 May 2024. Discover our coverage of the gardens and other attractions this year.

October 30 Week 5 Garden Photos - hgic.clemson.edu
hgic.clemson.edu
30.10.2023 / 12:15

October 30 Week 5 Garden Photos

“If a year was tucked inside of a clock, then autumn would be the magic hour.” ~Victoria Erickson~

Victoriana Nursery Scarecrow Club - theunconventionalgardener.com
theunconventionalgardener.com
21.08.2023 / 12:03

Victoriana Nursery Scarecrow Club

Victoriana Nursery Gardens is a family-run business. They like to help out local schools where they can – gardening is a fun and healthy activity for kids, helping them to learn about the environment and encouraging them to eat their veggies. They’re sponsoring a school garden this year, providing everything the school needs to get their veg plot up and running.

How to Expertly Navigate Facebook Marketplace for Home Decor - thespruce.com
thespruce.com
13.08.2023 / 21:47

How to Expertly Navigate Facebook Marketplace for Home Decor

Finding the perfect piece to add to your home decor, whether it is a statement piece or the perfect complement to items you already have, can be difficult (if you're not looking in the right place).

Did You Know You Can Match Flowers to Your House? Here's How - sunset.com
sunset.com
04.08.2023 / 00:43

Did You Know You Can Match Flowers to Your House? Here's How

If you’ve ever dreamt of a perfectly coordinated house and garden, you’re in the right place. You can actually plant the right color roses, flowers, and more foliage so that it matches your house just so. It’s all about planning, and this excerpt from The Color of Roses by Danielle Dall’Armi Hahn (Ten Speed Press, $35) will take out the guesswork. Follow these steps if you want to up your curb appeal and make your house the best looking one on the block.

Growing Nandina Domestica in Pots | Heavenly Bamboo Care - balconygardenweb.com
balconygardenweb.com
25.07.2023 / 05:43

Growing Nandina Domestica in Pots | Heavenly Bamboo Care

Growing Nandina Domestica in Pots? Here’s all you need to know! These beautiful plants are perfect for container gardening, offering a range of varieties that are both easy to care for and stunning to behold.

How to Make a Boxwood Kissing Ball for the Holidays - hgic.clemson.edu
hgic.clemson.edu
24.07.2023 / 12:27

How to Make a Boxwood Kissing Ball for the Holidays

Did you know that the tradition of making and hanging a kissing ball dates back to the early Middle Ages? During that time, people used apples or potatoes as a base to create a ball-shaped decoration we now know as kissing balls. The decorations were hung in doorways to bestow goodwill and blessings to all who visited the home. During the 17th through the early 19th centuries, Puritans and other religious groups frowned upon the use of any holiday decoration. Fortunately, Prince Albert, the husband of Queen Victoria of England, revived the tradition of decorating with live greenery and Christmas trees for the holidays in 1840. Kissing balls were hung from doorways and ceilings to encourage romance, and many young women would stand underneath them and hope for a kiss.

Phenology: telling time by nature’s clock, with cary institute - awaytogarden.com - Usa - New York
awaytogarden.com
21.07.2023 / 22:25

Phenology: telling time by nature’s clock, with cary institute

By putting it all together, scientists can gain a better understanding of an entire ecosystem’s intimate interactions–providing a critical view into the effects of a changing climate. But they need our help, gardeners–and learning to be more objective, keener observers can open a whole world of smaller “aha’s” up to each of us, too.I got a lesson in phenology from Victoria Kelly, Environmental Monitoring Program Manager at the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies in Millbrook, New York, not far from my garden or from Robin Hood Radio, the NPR affiliate where my show is created each week. Environmental Monitoring is a longterm program at Cary, begun in the 1980s and designed specifically to monitor climate—and the air, precipitation and water chemistry.Now

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