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How to Grow and Care for Queen Palms - gardenerspath.com - France
gardenerspath.com
19.07.2024

How to Grow and Care for Queen Palms

How to Grow and Care for Queen Palms Syagrus romanzoffiana

Try These Affordable DIY Hacks to Create a Dreamy Dorm Room - thespruce.com - France - state South Carolina
thespruce.com
16.07.2024

Try These Affordable DIY Hacks to Create a Dreamy Dorm Room

Meet Addison Sapp, also known as DesignsByAdds: a biology major with a serious passion for dorm design, who transformed her Wofford College dorm room into an adorable space inspired by her South Carolina surroundings and the French Riviera, drenched in bright blue hues.

Complete guide to creeping cinquefoil: Is it a weed? - gardenersworld.com - France
gardenersworld.com
13.07.2024

Complete guide to creeping cinquefoil: Is it a weed?

Creeping cinquefoil (Potentilla reptans) is a native wildflower with pretty, bright yellow blooms and fresh green foliage. It’s commonly found growing as a ‘lawn weed’, where it brightens up flowering lawns in summer. It’s an excellent plant for wildlife, with flowers that attract pollinating insects and foliage used as a foodplant by the grizzled skipper butterfly. Creeping cinquefoil is tough, drought tolerant and deep rooting, and can be used to provide colour and ground cover in low-maintenance areas like banks and wild gardens, as well as to help stabilise soil on slopes. However, in borders, its spreading growth is less desirable.

GPOD on the Road: Fort Worth Botanic Garden - finegardening.com - France - Japan - state Texas
finegardening.com
12.07.2024

GPOD on the Road: Fort Worth Botanic Garden

Happy Friday GPODers! We’re on the road again, this time seeing a slice of an expansive botanic garden in Texas with Frances Watson.

Learn How to Make a Floral Braid That Will Last Forever - sunset.com - France
sunset.com
29.06.2024

Learn How to Make a Floral Braid That Will Last Forever

In Hannah Muller’s debut book, Designing With Dried Flowers ($22.31; Penguin Random House), she shares expert advice straight from the fields on how to create beautiful, everlasting works of art for any season and occasion. It’s packed with gorgeous photography, handfuls of tips, flower growing and harvesting suggestions, plus inspiring dried flower crafts that go well beyond vase arrangements.

Save time, money and the planet with Frances Tophill - gardenersworld.com - France
gardenersworld.com
28.06.2024

Save time, money and the planet with Frances Tophill

As gardeners, we’re very aware of the environment around us. We notice the impact of the changing climate as our plants struggle through drier summers, or are able to over-winter with less protection than in previous years. But we’re also in a uniquely fortunate position. The decisions we make in our own gardens can make a difference to the wider environment. Here, Frances Tophill shares why it’s so important to garden sustainably, and how she does this in her own garden.

12 Potato Companion Plants For A Plentiful Harvest (Plus, 3 To Avoid!) - southernliving.com - France
southernliving.com
27.06.2024

12 Potato Companion Plants For A Plentiful Harvest (Plus, 3 To Avoid!)

There's perhaps no vegetable more humble than the potato. This starchy spud grows quietly underground but, once you've dug up your harvest, you're treated to everything from sides dishes like perfectly crisp homemade french fries to scalloped potatoes to recipes from breakfast to dinner. Potatoes are the versatile workhorse of the kitchen and, depending on the variety you plant, your harvest season could last several months.

Plant Combinations of UK Natives - gardenersworld.com - Britain - France
gardenersworld.com
27.06.2024

Plant Combinations of UK Natives

There are lots of plants native to the UK that you can grow together to create beautiful combinations. In doing so, you’ll be supporting native fauna that rely on these plants for food, shelter and to reproduce.

This Stunning Pink Ombré Home in L.A. Is Pure Design Eye-Candy - sunset.com - France - Spain - Los Angeles - Washington
sunset.com
22.06.2024

This Stunning Pink Ombré Home in L.A. Is Pure Design Eye-Candy

Perched above Los Angeles in the Mount Washington neighborhood is a home that rivals Barbie’s Dream House. The Spanish Revival home, owned and transformed by celebrity hairstylist Rob Talty, is truly a sight to behold with its ombré pink exterior and lush garden that’s a habitat for butterflies and hummingbirds. And did we mention that it was just put on the market?

How to Incorporate a Kitchen Island When Short on Space - thespruce.com - France
thespruce.com
14.06.2024

How to Incorporate a Kitchen Island When Short on Space

If you’re short on space, you often have to get creative with your layout. In the kitchen of a small apartment, an island might not fit or feel the most practical. However, many designers and decor influencers have opted for a different choice: modular kitchen islands. 

How to start a kitchen garden: what to do in June | House & Garden - houseandgarden.co.uk - France
houseandgarden.co.uk
11.06.2024

How to start a kitchen garden: what to do in June | House & Garden

Summer is arriving and, all of a sudden, the kitchen garden is coming into its own. I am harvesting masses of salad leaves, broad beans and strawberries, and hopefully the first new potatoes. I can almost see things growing before my eyes, including the weeds, which I make an effort to keep on top of every few days (although I leave self-seeded dark pink poppies and some mauve linaria to encourage insects and add colour). To make the most of a small space, I grow salad leaves in large galvanised metal troughs, making sure that I sow a new crop every few weeks so I have a constant supply through the summer. Salad leaf mixes, including swift-growing, cut-and-come-again lettuce, rocket and mustard leaves, are available from almost any seed company, or at garden centres. Winter salad leaves, including mizuna, are best sown after midsummer, as they tend to run to seed quickly. I grow my salad leaves in the least time-consuming way, scattering the seeds thinly on the surface of the prepared soil or compost, and raking them in gently with a hand rake. Keep them watered and they will germinate within a few days and be ready to harvest in about six weeks. If you want to grow them in your vegetable beds, it is better to sow them in drills, so that the emerging seedlings are easily distinguishable from the weeds.

22 Beautiful French Flowers Everyone Should Grow - balconygardenweb.com - Britain - France
balconygardenweb.com
06.06.2024

22 Beautiful French Flowers Everyone Should Grow

French fries, French kisses, French perfume—how about another one for the list? Best French Flowers! Slip on your beret, and let’s go on an adventure florale through your backyard!

15 Best Plants You Can Grow in a 12-inch Container - balconygardenweb.com - France - Thailand
balconygardenweb.com
04.06.2024

15 Best Plants You Can Grow in a 12-inch Container

Container gardening is a bit different from traditional gardening, requiring a bit more attention. But the results can be incredibly satisfying. We’ve compiled some plants that you might consider growing in containers that are just a foot wide.

Plants for a purpose: summer plants for shade - gardenersworld.com - France
gardenersworld.com
01.06.2024

Plants for a purpose: summer plants for shade

A shady corner is often seen as a problem area in a garden, but it needn’t be so. There are masses of gorgeous plants that will thrive in shade. Silver or variegated leaves work really well to brighten a dark spot, as do white or pale flowers, which almost seem to glow in shade. There is a plant for every shady garden and here we share some of our favourites. Included are plants for both dry and moist soils, evergreen perennials to provide interest all year round, as well as deciduous plants that seem to appear from nowhere in spring to brighten the garden with their delicate beauty. Our choices include recommendations from the Gardeners’ World team and familiar faces from across the gardening industry.

Lilac bush and flower: all about lilacs and how to grow them | House & Garden - houseandgarden.co.uk - Iran - France - Greece
houseandgarden.co.uk
24.05.2024

Lilac bush and flower: all about lilacs and how to grow them | House & Garden

A lilac bush can be a bit dull when not in bloom, but the larger forms can be livened up by sending a climber through them.

15 Anti Ant Plants to Grow in Garden and Homes - balconygardenweb.com - France - county Garden
balconygardenweb.com
23.05.2024

15 Anti Ant Plants to Grow in Garden and Homes

Ants are known to provide refuge to insects such as aphids and whiteflies and can do much damage to the garden. Plus, ant colonies are massive and can keep you from using a portion of the lawn! So how do we fix that? By planting plants that are anti-ant and keep them away.

Frances Tophill's guide to June pruning - gardenersworld.com - Britain - France
gardenersworld.com
23.05.2024

Frances Tophill's guide to June pruning

June has some of the finest weather we experience in the UK. The nights are at their shortest, which means that those in the most northerly parts of the country may never get full darkness, and even at the most southerly points, the evenings are drawn out, long and balmy. This is lovely for us gardeners and crucial to many of our plants. These short nights influence flowering in summer flowering plants, helping fill our gardens with colour and the buzz of pollinators.

Plants That Love Humidity - finegardening.com - France - Russia
finegardening.com
21.05.2024

Plants That Love Humidity

High humidity is one of the Southeast’s cornerstones, right there with country music and sweet tea. While gardeners have learned to wear its dewy sheen like a badge of honor, humidity can take a toll on the plants in our gardens. Fungus and disease can run rampant without proper airflow, and arid-loving perennials like lavender (Lavandula spp. and cvs., Zones 4–10) and Russian sage (Salvia yangii syn. Perovskia atriplicifolia, Zones 5–9) can simply melt away in our wet summers. If you’re struggling to find plants that will not only tolerate high humidity but thrive in it, start with these plants.

How Long Does it Take for Potatoes to Grow? - savvygardening.com - France
savvygardening.com
15.05.2024

How Long Does it Take for Potatoes to Grow?

If you’re like me as soon as you plant your seed potatoes you’re already anticipating the harvest of tender tubers. However, potatoes are a long season crop and you’ll have to practice patience. So how long does it take for potatoes to grow? Generally the potato growing season is three to four months, but there are a few strategies you can do to encourage an early harvest. In this article you’ll learn about the different types of potatoes, which ones grow the fastest, and discover six ways to speed up the homegrown harvest. Types of potatoes Potatoes are categorized according to the length of their growing season. To ensure the longest season of homeg

Brian Minter: Tolerant and unfussy, lilacs play important role in gardens - theprovince.com - France
theprovince.com
14.05.2024

Brian Minter: Tolerant and unfussy, lilacs play important role in gardens

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How to grow lavender | House & Garden - houseandgarden.co.uk - Britain - France - India - Egypt - Italy - Spain - Portugal
houseandgarden.co.uk
14.05.2024

How to grow lavender | House & Garden

Drought-tolerant, laden with nectar, evergreen, long-flowering, and so pungent that it fills the garden with scent, lavender is deservedly popular. The late garden designer Rosemary Verey said, «You can never have too much of it in your garden». In its preferred conditions, of well-drained soil that is baked by the sun, it is easy to grow.

How do you stop a garden from looking too designed? | House & Garden - houseandgarden.co.uk - Usa - France
houseandgarden.co.uk
14.05.2024

How do you stop a garden from looking too designed? | House & Garden

A city garden by Luciano Giubbilei, where an interesting mix of shapes and textures is provided by the foliage of a multi-stemmed Acer palmatum, a wisteria and a mound of Euphorbia mellifera.

Writer Olivia Laing's quest for a personal Eden in her Suffolk garden | House & Garden - houseandgarden.co.uk - France
houseandgarden.co.uk
14.05.2024

Writer Olivia Laing's quest for a personal Eden in her Suffolk garden | House & Garden

At the back of the house, Adirondack chairs are placed beside a border with a small standard wisteria, a box spiral and purple Iris ‘Art Deco’ set off by lime-green euphorbia. An unknown red rose on the wall is from Mark Rumary’s 1960s scheme.

10 Items That Made My Backyard Look Expensive for Under $100 - thespruce.com - France
thespruce.com
10.05.2024

10 Items That Made My Backyard Look Expensive for Under $100

Up until this year, my backyard was all about function. But as summer approaches and our garden comes to life, the need to decorate outdoors and make our patio a more welcoming place to spend every sunny day has begun to blossom.

Tyler Florence's Favorite Bread for Grilled Cheese - bhg.com - Usa - France - Australia - Italy
bhg.com
08.05.2024

Tyler Florence's Favorite Bread for Grilled Cheese

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12 Shrubs That Like Wet Soil - balconygardenweb.com - France
balconygardenweb.com
03.05.2024

12 Shrubs That Like Wet Soil

You can add grit and gravel, but at the end of the day, you can’t control the weather, and most of the plants will start rotting if kept in wet soil. Also, a sloppy growing medium or a soil with poor drainage can be a problem for many green specimens, but not for these shrubs that like wet soil!

Frances Tophill's guide to May pruning - gardenersworld.com - France - Japan
gardenersworld.com
03.05.2024

Frances Tophill's guide to May pruning

People often talk about the ‘May gap’, when spring plants begin to fade and the burgeoning summer growth is yet to appear. Though if, like me, you allow a little room for some wildness, May can be one of the most abundant months, with cow parsley, bluebells, hawthorn blossom, foxgloves and columbine alongside cultivated Solomon’s seal and the first hardy geraniums and delphiniums in your borders. For me, the impact of this is breathtaking: soft, green and zinging.

15 Best Mauve Flowers - balconygardenweb.com - Usa - France
balconygardenweb.com
03.05.2024

15 Best Mauve Flowers

What makes mauve flowers stand out is their muted purple shade that has hints of blue to it. The word comes from France, which reflects these bloom’s soft and delicate appearance. They match really well with yellow and red blooms in the garden, too.

The Grumpy Gardener's Favorite Garden In The World - southernliving.com - Britain - France - Japan - state Maryland - county Garden - county Kent
southernliving.com
03.05.2024

The Grumpy Gardener's Favorite Garden In The World

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Recipes to Make Based on Your Favorite Taylor Swift Album - bhg.com - France - state California
bhg.com
03.05.2024

Recipes to Make Based on Your Favorite Taylor Swift Album

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Best of the GPOD: Roses - finegardening.com - Britain - France - state Connecticut - state New Jersey - county Garden
finegardening.com
03.05.2024

Best of the GPOD: Roses

We get to see tons of beautiful plants on the GPOD, but almost nothing gets people quite as excited as beautiful displays of roses. So today we’re celebrating some of the most beautiful rose-centric posts we’ve had on the GPOD.

​What to Harvest in April - jparkers.co.uk - France
jparkers.co.uk
03.05.2024

​What to Harvest in April

Wondering what to harvest in April? There’s a fair few things to gather this month, from fresh veggies to forced fruits. Here are just a couple of examples to harvest now or very soon!

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