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Winter Beauty in Bonnie’s Garden - finegardening.com - Usa - Georgia - Japan
finegardening.com
29.01.2024 / 09:21

Winter Beauty in Bonnie’s Garden

We’re visiting with Bonnie Plikaytis in north Georgia today.

How to Plant and Grow ‘Winter Density’ Lettuce - gardenerspath.com - France
gardenerspath.com
27.01.2024 / 17:05

How to Plant and Grow ‘Winter Density’ Lettuce

How to Plant and Grow ‘Winter Density’ Lettuce Lactuca sativa ‘Winter Density’

Reese Witherspoon’s Snow Latte is Controversial Online - bhg.com
bhg.com
26.01.2024 / 22:33

Reese Witherspoon’s Snow Latte is Controversial Online

If there’s one thing celebrity recipes are guaranteed to do, it’s spark a (lightly-controversial) conversation in the comments of their social media. Reese Witherspoon did just that after she shared a new creation with the world on TikTok January 18: a mug of snow mixed with cold brew topped with salted caramel and chocolate drizzle.

The Best Dwarf Evergreens for Winter Containers - finegardening.com
finegardening.com
25.01.2024 / 10:35

The Best Dwarf Evergreens for Winter Containers

No garden is complete without at least a few containers for seasonal color. I always specify locations for planters when I create a new landscape design, with the intention of keeping them filled in every season. Although many gardeners keep their containers filled with annuals in summer and cut greenery in winter, there is another option. Planting a dwarf evergreen that can remain in its pot for several seasons will provide structure and texture every month of the year.

Late-Winter Blooming Plants for Pollinators in Pacific Northwest - finegardening.com - county Pacific
finegardening.com
24.01.2024 / 12:49

Late-Winter Blooming Plants for Pollinators in Pacific Northwest

After the torrential rains of December, it is a wonder that anything is blooming in Pacific Northwest gardens. Thankfully there are great plants that survive the downpours and even flourish when everything else is a soggy mess. Along with the plants surviving, there are insects that winter over in the trees, and they love to see the sunshine just like we do. As soon as the lukewarm sun starts hitting the trees, the groggy bees stumble out looking for some food (kind of reminds me of teenagers). It is essential that we gardeners provide early-blooming plants for these very important members of our planet. Interestingly, some bees are not at all particular about their food supply, while others are. Our goal should be to provide both native food sources and ornamental garden food sources. Nature’s creatures have a way of adapting to what is available, but they also search for specifics. The following are a few of my favorite late-winter-blooming plants for pollinators.

With Winter Pruning on the Mind, Avoid Cutting on These Woody Plants - finegardening.com
finegardening.com
24.01.2024 / 12:49

With Winter Pruning on the Mind, Avoid Cutting on These Woody Plants

Winter is, broadly speaking, the ideal time to prune most trees and shrubs.

11 Tricks to Propagate Plants Successfully in Fall and Winter - balconygardenweb.com
balconygardenweb.com
22.01.2024 / 06:49

11 Tricks to Propagate Plants Successfully in Fall and Winter

Learn how to make your plants thrive in the colder months with these simple tricks for successful plant propagation indoors. From using mycorrhizal fungi to creating a greenhouse effect with cloche containers, these easy methods ensure your plants stay happy and healthy. Try natural solutions like willow water and tea water fertilizer, and consider coconut coir as a sustainable propagation medium. There are more below.

Here's Why You May Need To Water Your Houseplants Less In Winter - southernliving.com - state Texas
southernliving.com
21.01.2024 / 04:07

Here's Why You May Need To Water Your Houseplants Less In Winter

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Episode 151: Underappreciated Plants for Winter Interest - finegardening.com - Usa - state North Carolina
finegardening.com
19.01.2024 / 13:09

Episode 151: Underappreciated Plants for Winter Interest

During the winter months many plants reveal subtle patterns, fine details, and a new range of colors that help us to see familiar beds and borders with fresh eyes. This is an excellent time to get outside, evaluate your garden’s bones, and make some plans for spring planting. In this episode Danielle, Carol, and their guest will explore some of the plants that fly a bit under the radar in winter months, but certainly deserve more attention. Do you have any of these underappreciated wonders in your landscape? If not, you may want to start digging holes as soon as the ground thaws to ensure that some of these unsung heroes get some well-deserved garden real estate. Will any of these winter beauties make it onto your wish list this year?

7 Daily Rituals to Help Beat the Winter Blues at Home - thespruce.com - city London
thespruce.com
18.01.2024 / 23:17

7 Daily Rituals to Help Beat the Winter Blues at Home

This time of year, it’s easy to succumb to the winter blues—which is especially true if you live somewhere that gets dark early.

24 Plants With Bizarre Names - balconygardenweb.com
balconygardenweb.com
18.01.2024 / 10:25

24 Plants With Bizarre Names

You might have heard about heart leaf philodendron or marble queen pothos – such nice names, no? But have you come across plants with bizarre names? Well, you are in for a treat!

Embracing the Winter Chill: Unleashing the Flavours of Winter BBQ - gardencentreguide.co.uk
gardencentreguide.co.uk
18.01.2024 / 09:17

Embracing the Winter Chill: Unleashing the Flavours of Winter BBQ

Winter brings with it a unique charm, transforming our surroundings into a serene winter wonderland. While the traditional notion of barbecues may seem reserved for warmer months, the prospect of a winter BBQ adds a delightful twist to the culinary experience. Picture this: a snowy landscape, the crisp winter air, and the enticing aroma of grilling delicacies. Winter BBQs not only defy the norms but elevate the outdoor dining experience to new heights.

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