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How To Get Rid Of Geese, According To An Expert - southernliving.com - state Missouri

How To Get Rid Of Geese, According To An Expert

Geese are beautiful in their natural setting. But they’re not so great when congregating on your lawn, damaging your turf, honking loudly, and leaving behind droppings. “Geese can be destructive,” says Robert Pierce, PhD, state extension fisheries and wildlife specialist at theUniversity of Missouri. “Once they have a nest, it’s difficult to get them to leave. It’s easier to move them off your property in the winter before they start breeding.”

Discover the magic of a rewilded garden - themiddlesizedgarden.co.uk

Discover the magic of a rewilded garden

When the rewilded garden by Urquhart & Hunt won ‘Best in Show’ at RHS Chelsea in 2002, it triggered a debate about whether rewilding could be called gardening at all.

10 Garden Trellis Ideas for Vertical Gardening - gardenersworld.com

10 Garden Trellis Ideas for Vertical Gardening

Trellis can be an easy way to increase privacy in your garden, as it provides support for climbers such as clematis, roses, jasmine and sweet peas. Choose evergreen climbers and you can enjoy added privacy year round. Adding a trellis topper to an existing fence or wall is a simple way to create more room for climbers but there are many other trellis options, including fan-shaped panels that can be attached to house walls, trellis for containers and free-standing trellis, which can be used as a screen in your garden.

The Small World of a Japanese-Style Courtyard Garden - finegardening.com - Canada - Japan - county Garden - county Ontario

The Small World of a Japanese-Style Courtyard Garden

Hi GPODers! Today we’ve got an incredible garden story from a frequent GPOD contributor that is a demonstration of how magically small our big world can be. Bas Suharto has previously shown off gardens he has designed and built (check out some of those submissions: Building a Garden With Bas and Building a Japanese-Inspired Garden) as well as his own incredible home gardens (Parterre Garden in Ottawa and A Japanese-Style Garden in Ottawa). But the garden in this most recent submission caught Bas’ eye long before he was asked to lend a helping hand the space.

6 Clever Ways to Hide Outdoor Eyesores in Your Yard - thespruce.com

6 Clever Ways to Hide Outdoor Eyesores in Your Yard

When creating a beautiful outdoor space, you often start with an empty space. Expansive backyards, empty decks, and beautiful front porches are easy to fill with plants, lighting, and furniture.

How a Designer Would Redecorate Your Patio Under $200 - thespruce.com - state California

How a Designer Would Redecorate Your Patio Under $200

Is your patio currently a cluttered mess? It’s time for a makeover that won’t blow your budget. To optimize patio time, you’ll want to create a clean, comfortable spot.    We turned to Heather Knight-Willcock, an interior designer based in Long Beach, California, for her advice on redecorating a patio without dropping a ton of cash. As an expert for ShopGoodwill.com, Knight-Willcock is well-versed in seeking the best deals, and shopping with an eye for budget-friendly and second-hand options.  Here’s how Knight-Willcock would decorate a patio for under $200—and how you can, too. 

The 11 Best Fast-Growing Vines, According To Garden Experts - southernliving.com - Usa - Georgia - state Alabama

The 11 Best Fast-Growing Vines, According To Garden Experts

Growing vines is a fun way to add foliage and colorful flowers to archways, fences, posts, and trellises in your yard. Vines add depth, dimension, and texture to a landscape and create a visually appealing space. Choosing fast-growing vines means enjoying the beauty of the season quickly and often longer, whether it's the pretty leaves, blooms, or both. Plus, many vines attract important pollinators, such as butterflies, bees, and hummingbirds. Garden experts recommend their favorite vines to grow that will quickly transform your garden.

In a Vase on Monday: a History Lesson - ramblinginthegarden.wordpress.com - Usa - Britain

In a Vase on Monday: a History Lesson

I have chosen roses to go in my Monday vase this week because they are the most floriferous blooms in the garden at this point in mid-June. There are two varieties, growing together in the gallery border, and both seem to have done better this year than before – behind the gallery fence is the woodland which blocks sun from the south, so the roses only get the morning and late afternoon sun. However, our neighbours cut some of the lower branches from their huge mature beech over the winter and perhaps this allows more light to filter through.

Garden Fence Ideas - gardenersworld.com

Garden Fence Ideas

Making the most of your boundaries enhances your garden and can really show off your plants, as well as fulfilling practical needs such as securing your plot, creating privacy, filtering wind, containing pets or simply demarcating the edges. A good-looking fence adds immeasurably to the look of a garden, so consider a wealth of creative ideas that can really personalise and boost your garden’s boundary.

5 Tips Pros Always Use to Choose the Right Wood Stain for a Project - thespruce.com

5 Tips Pros Always Use to Choose the Right Wood Stain for a Project

With its natural beauty and warmth, it’s no wonder that timber is such a highly sought-after material for home improvement projects, so much so that other materials today mimic the appearance of wood, from ceramic and high-pressure laminate to vinyl. But beyond wood species and grain patterns, stain color and finish can dramatically affect the outcome of any home design project.

7 Ways To Keep Deer Out Of Your Garden, According To Experts - southernliving.com - Georgia

7 Ways To Keep Deer Out Of Your Garden, According To Experts

Sure, Bambi is cute. But what’s not so cute is when she’s chowing down on yourvegetable garden or devouring yourhostas anddaylilies. Even if you’ve never had deer visiting your yard before, there’s always a first time. And no plant—even those said to be “deer resistant”—is truly safe from their voracious appetites.

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

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.

Do Deer Eat Sunflowers? Find Out! - balconygardenweb.com

Do Deer Eat Sunflowers? Find Out!

Ever planted a row of cheerful sunflowers, only to find them looking a bit..errr, munched on? You might have some furry visitors! Deer love a good garden snack, and sunflowers can be on the menu. Let’s see if these tall, bright beauties are a deer delicacy.

A Garden Planting Plan that Utilizes Adaptable Plants - finegardening.com - Japan

A Garden Planting Plan that Utilizes Adaptable Plants

This plan represents a bed along a property fence between the west side of a house and a large canopy tree. The edge of the border is curved because I find that adds visual interest. This plan includes many plants that are adaptable to sun and shade as well as some supporting players that add interesting textures and forms to the design and that provide repetition and rhythm. The plants are placed according to their needs:

24 Trellis Ideas for Potted Plants - balconygardenweb.com

24 Trellis Ideas for Potted Plants

Making a Trellis for Potted Plants isn’t exactly rocket science but you do need to create a structure that can take the weight of the plant without breaking.

Foxglove - hgic.clemson.edu


For years, Foxglove (Digitalis species) has been a quintessential cottage garden flower. It is native to Europe and is a member of the plantain (Plantaginaceae) family. Foxglove adds height and color to the garden. Grow foxglove with other perennials along a fence or in front of large evergreen shrubs. Plant a large group for an eye-catching display.

In a Vase on Monday : A Splash of Blue and Some Curls - ramblinginthegarden.wordpress.com - Britain - Spain

In a Vase on Monday : A Splash of Blue and Some Curls

Averting my eyes from the tulips which were shouting “Pick me! Pick me!” as I walked past, I headed towards the bottom end of the garden to pick some of the marauding Spanish bluebells that have sneaked their way in under/over/round the fence. The impact of bluebells in the garden has really registered in recent days, with the uninvited guests and the more local residents joining forces to provide by far and away the biggest splash of blue in the garden out of all the seasons. There may be little patches of blue from spring bulbs and isolated spots in the summer months, but bluebell season is something else and the splashes will only get larger and more widespread as time goes on, with even the English bluebells popping up in other parts of the garden than the woodland. By picking the Spanish bluebells, however, I can at least try and restrict their desire for dominance!

Singing the praises of wall shrubs for year-round structure and heft - irishtimes.com

Singing the praises of wall shrubs for year-round structure and heft

This week’s Q&A has prompted me to sing the praises of wall shrubs, that group of plants that usefully straddle the common ground between true climbers (plants with lax stems that twist and weave their way upwards, using walls or the branches of other plants as a scaffold) and traditional woody ornamental shrubs.

16 Annuals That Grow Vertically - balconygardenweb.com

16 Annuals That Grow Vertically

The biggest advantage that you have with annuals that grow vertically is you can assign them to any small corner of the house and garden, then they will continue to thrive there for an year!

19 Orchid Arrangement Ideas - balconygardenweb.com

19 Orchid Arrangement Ideas

If you love to adorn your home and garden with large and showy flowers that don’t need heavy maintenance and come in tons of colors and patterns, there’s nothing better than these Orchid Arrangement Ideas!

Should You Take Off Your Shoes in Your Home? Experts Share Why - thespruce.com

Should You Take Off Your Shoes in Your Home? Experts Share Why

Whether or not to wear shoes inside has always been a hot debate. Some enjoy wearing shoes in their homes for comfort and convenience, while others choose to remove them immediately. Citing a knack for hygiene or a penchant for keeping floors clean, those who are fans of a «no shoes in the house» policy have a variety of valid reasons, especially personal preference and cultural practice.

This Shower Curtain Gardening Hack Will Make Your Garden More Beautiful Instantly - balconygardenweb.com

This Shower Curtain Gardening Hack Will Make Your Garden More Beautiful Instantly

Did you know that you can use shower curtains in your garden to add depth to small spaces, and cover a bland wall or fence? Here are some cool ideas for doing it right!

Elin’s Downtown Wilderness - finegardening.com - state Tennessee

Elin’s Downtown Wilderness

We’re off to East Tennessee today to visit with Elin Johnson:

The Climbing Clematis Family - gardenerstips.co.uk

The Climbing Clematis Family

Clematis is one of the worlds favourite flowers for climbing over fences and trellis.

Question of the Week – February 28, 2024 - hgic.clemson.edu - state South Carolina

Question of the Week – February 28, 2024

This is Carolina jessamine (Gelsemium sempervirens). This native, evergreen vine is just starting to bloom.

Seaside Gardening Plants - backyardgardener.com

Seaside Gardening Plants

The almost constant enemies of seaside gardening are wind, salt and sand. Frost, however, is neither so prolonged nor so severe on the coast as it is inland, and seaside gardeners have been able to grow many frost-tender plants in the milder climate of their coastal gardens.

25 Morning Glory Trellis Ideas - balconygardenweb.com

25 Morning Glory Trellis Ideas

Morning glories can easily grow 5-8 feet tall and even more wider so you need good support for these plants so they don’t overwhelm the walls or fences.

Controlling Animal Pests in the Flower Garden - backyardgardener.com - state Vermont

Controlling Animal Pests in the Flower Garden

Although insect pests and plant diseases are generally easy to control in the flower garden, animal pests are not. For one, much of our wildlife is protected by law and can’t be indiscriminately eliminated. You may have variable success with repellents, depending on your location or timing. If the animals are not very hungry or population pressures are not too great, repellents may be enough to discourage invaders. But then again, there’s no guarantee that they’ll work.

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

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

If one of your New Year resolutions is to grow fruit and vegetables, take the time now to design the plot and you will reap the rewards in just a few months. I started six years ago with a blank canvas – just a patch of lawn divided into various spaces, including a vegetable garden. Separated from the rest of the garden by a hornbeam hedge and a trellis of espaliered apples, my vegetable plot is 11.3 x 5.3 metres, with an extra 3.7 metres square tagged onto the side to make it L-shaped. A greenhouse at the far end faces out over three long raised beds and a square bed to the side.

Stone Garden Wall - hometalk.com

Stone Garden Wall

Looking for a unique design element for your landscape? This stone wall will add beauty and function.

Deterring rabbits from your garden and protecting vulnerable plants - theenglishgarden.co.uk

Deterring rabbits from your garden and protecting vulnerable plants

Little is more discouraging than discovering healthy and recently-planted spring borders and developing vegetable crops damaged or eaten by rabbits; it’s enough to bring the Elmer Fudd out in the mildest of gardeners. Annoyingly rabbits are most active feeders early in morning and at dusk, and so often hard to spot; they also seem attracted to newly-planted areas. But by employing a range of tactics it is possible to reduce problems. 

A Taste of Asia Gardening - backyardgardener.com - China - Japan - state California - county Pacific

A Taste of Asia Gardening

Lately, I have noticed that the mail-order garden supply catalogs are full of Asian-themed garden accessories such as pots, traditional bamboo fences, and stone lanterns. This seems to go along with the trend toward Asian-inspired minimalism in home décor. In California and the Pacific Northwest, traditional Asian and Asian-inspired gardens have been popular for years. Can a national vogue for Chinese and Japanese gardens be far behind?

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A fence is a structure that is typically made of wood, metal, vinyl, or other materials and is erected to enclose or mark the boundaries of a property or area. Fences serve various purposes, including privacy, security, decoration, and defining property lines.

Fences can be found in residential, commercial, and agricultural settings. They come in a wide range of styles, designs, and heights to suit different needs and aesthetic preferences. Some common types of fences include picket fences, privacy fences, chain-link fences, wrought iron fences, and electric fences.

Privacy fences are designed to block the view from outside and provide privacy to the property owners. They often have solid panels or closely spaced boards. Picket fences, on the other hand, are characterized by evenly spaced vertical boards or pickets and are more decorative than functional.


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