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22 Garden Things to Do with Fallen Leaves in Fall - balconygardenweb.com
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30.10.2023

22 Garden Things to Do with Fallen Leaves in Fall

The fall season is more than just a display of vibrant foliage; it’s a goldmine of opportunity for gardeners. Those endless heaps of fallen leaves are packed with potential that can enrich your garden, enhance your soil, and even serve as tools for creative home projects! Astonished? Have a look at the amazing Things to Do with Fallen Leaves in Fall!

Save on lawn care equipment and power tools this autumn at Toolstation - gardenersworld.com - Britain
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30.10.2023

Save on lawn care equipment and power tools this autumn at Toolstation

If your summer has been anything like ours, your lawn is probably in need of some extra care before the cooler months begin. Following heavy use over summer — whether that’s playing with kids or pets in the garden, hosting sunny picnics, or even a game of football — lawns can become compacted. There are various things you can do, however, to get your garden back into good shape before December, such as scarifying, removing moss, thatch and weeds, aerating, and even feeding if necessary.

23 Popular Plants that are Illegal to Propagate on a Large Scale - balconygardenweb.com - state Minnesota
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30.10.2023

23 Popular Plants that are Illegal to Propagate on a Large Scale

With advancements in plant breeding techniques, an increasing number of plant varieties have been developed that are covered by intellectual property rights. These may be subject to various legal protections like Patents, Variety Protection Certificates, and sometimes even Utility Patents. Let’s have a detailed look at the Plants that are Illegal to Propagate on a Large Scale.

30 Small Garden Design Ideas - gardenersworld.com
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29.10.2023

30 Small Garden Design Ideas

In a small garden, following a few key principles when planning and planting will help make your garden look bigger and feel less cluttered.

7 lessons from Great Dixter, a garden that supports wildlife and looks gorgeous - themiddlesizedgarden.co.uk
themiddlesizedgarden.co.uk
28.10.2023

7 lessons from Great Dixter, a garden that supports wildlife and looks gorgeous

Do you want to support wildlife in your garden – but you don’t want a ‘wild’ looking garden? You’d like beautiful borders and gorgeous pots? Even, perhaps, a short neat lawn?

How to Grow a Creeping Thyme Lawn - gardenersworld.com - Britain
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27.10.2023

How to Grow a Creeping Thyme Lawn

The traditional lawn is undergoing a rethink now that droughts are becoming more common as the effects of climate change intensify. On drought-prone, free-draining soil, lawn grass turns brown when under stress. In these conditions a creeping thyme lawn is a beautiful, low-maintenance and nature-friendly alternative to a grass lawn, as long as it suits your garden use. Creeping thyme makes a good lawn replacement in the UK, either alone or combined with other prostrate ground cover plants, although thyme rarely thrives as part of a grass lawn because the grass out-competes plants unless the soil is very low in fertility.

Best garden shears to buy in 2022 - gardenersworld.com
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26.10.2023

Best garden shears to buy in 2022

A good pair of garden shears can make garden tasks quick and easy to tackle. They’re essential for the proper care of hedges, shrubs, and lawns, helping to keep them in tip-top condition. Unlike secateurs, which are designed for pruning single branches, garden shears can tackle several branches or blades of grass at once. There are a couple of different types –

What (Not) To Do With Your Garden In The Fall - gardeningknowhow.com - county Garden
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25.10.2023

What (Not) To Do With Your Garden In The Fall

Fall is a great time for garden chores. This is the time to clean up before winter, protect vulnerable plants, and wind down the growing season. This isn’t the right time for all tasks, though. Know what to do with your garden in the fall and what not to do — for instance, what plants should not be cut back in the fall — to best prepare it for next year.

Monthly Q&A - November 2023 - gardenersworld.com
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19.10.2023

Monthly Q&A - November 2023

As part of your Premium access, you can send your gardening questions to our horticultural experts each month. They will then answer a selection of the questions they receive, and share the advice at the end of the month.

Grass Seed For Fall - A Guide To Fall Grass Seeding - gardeningknowhow.com
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19.10.2023

Grass Seed For Fall - A Guide To Fall Grass Seeding

While our lawns thrive and grow green and lush during the spring months, planting grass seed should actually happen in the fall. Fall grass seeding is ideal for cool season turf grasses like bluegrass, fescue and ryegrass. While there is an optimal time for reseeding the lawn in fall, if you’ve missed the window, don’t despair; there is yet another method for laying grass season for fall. Keep reading to learn how to seed your lawn like a pro.

You’ve Been Raking The Leaves Wrong – Here’s The Right Way - gardeningknowhow.com
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19.10.2023

You’ve Been Raking The Leaves Wrong – Here’s The Right Way

There are several slightly unpleasant chores related to yard maintenance, like mowing and weeding. But at the season’s end, raking the leaves can be tedious, back breaking and a seemingly thankless gesture. The job can be made a bit easier with some tips on how to rake autumn leaves with less strain, proper tools, and a better plan.

Leave Gardens Wild With Natural Landscaping Ideas - gardeningknowhow.com
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16.10.2023

Leave Gardens Wild With Natural Landscaping Ideas

The idea of keeping at least some of a garden natural and relatively uncultivated is growing in popularity. Even in traditionally well-manicured suburban enclaves, the concept is taking root.

How to achieve the perfect lawn - theenglishgarden.co.uk
theenglishgarden.co.uk
13.10.2023

How to achieve the perfect lawn

With winter rapidly approaching, it’s time to give lawns some final TLC, helping them to recover from the challenging summer months of warm weather and heavy footfall, and to prepare for the colder months to come.

15 of The Best Kids' Garden Toys - gardenersworld.com
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12.10.2023

15 of The Best Kids' Garden Toys

When the sun is shining, the garden is the place to be. Gardening with kids is a great way to get them outside and learning about the natural world. However, if your kids would rather spend time with a screen than a garden spade, it can be a struggle to get them outdoors. Luckily, there are plenty of kids’ garden toys to make being outdoors more fun – from toys they can play with by themselves to games for the whole family to enjoy.

Best Leaf Blowers and Leaf Blower Vacuums 2023 - gardenersworld.com
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10.10.2023

Best Leaf Blowers and Leaf Blower Vacuums 2023

In the autumn months it’s glorious to see the leaves turn from green through to golden brown but once they start to fall and cover our gardens, it’s a different matter. While those that settle on bare ground in the veg patch and in beds can be left to rot down to act as a mulch, piles of leaves on lawns, borders, paths and patios are best cleared away to prevent them becoming a hotbed for pests and diseases or creating a dangerously slippery surface once the wet weather arrives.

Best electric lawn mowers in 2023 - gardenersworld.com
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10.10.2023

Best electric lawn mowers in 2023

A well kept, manicured lawn is a point of pride for gardeners and maintaining it should be one of the easiest tasks in the garden. There’s a huge choice of different mowers on the market but electric corded mowers are the most common and one of the easiest to use. They’re quiet, light and easy to manoeuvre plus they’re clean with no fuel fumes or regular servicing needed. They’re also the cheapest, but do you get what you pay for? To find out if paying less means you lose out on features or performance our gardening experts tested a range of corded electric lawn mowers that won’t break the bank.

The best cordless lawn mowers in 2023 - gardenersworld.com
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10.10.2023

The best cordless lawn mowers in 2023

A lawn mower may be one of the first purchases we make when getting a garden of our own, but that doesn’t mean finding a good quality one is easy. There are so many models and brands on the market to choose from, including corded electric and petrol, but as their range increases and prices fall, cordless, battery-powered models are an increasingly popular option.

Best lawn mowers to buy in 2023 - gardenersworld.com
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10.10.2023

Best lawn mowers to buy in 2023

Choosing the best lawn mower can be a tricky task, with so many models on the market and such a wide range of brands. There are five main types of mower available at hugely varying prices and all with different features that need to be considered.

Four steps to success with bulbs - gardenersworld.com
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09.10.2023

Four steps to success with bulbs

If you want your garden to be filled with flowers next spring, planting bulbs in autumn is the key. But to ensure you get a dazzling display, you need to plant your bulbs well – at the correct depth and in the right type of compost. Find out how to guarantee great results with David Hurrion’s masterclass – simply register for free or sign in, to view our masterclass videos.

WIN a NEW Cobra Fortis cylinder mower worth £1,099 - theenglishgarden.co.uk - Britain
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09.10.2023

WIN a NEW Cobra Fortis cylinder mower worth £1,099

To celebrate the launch of the new Cobra Fortis cylinder mowers, we’re giving you the chance to win the Cobra Fortis 14L cylinder mower worth £1,099.00.

We Bought a Home with a Sterile Suburban Yard. Our Journey To Bring Life Back is Just Beginning - modernfarmer.com - Usa
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06.10.2023

We Bought a Home with a Sterile Suburban Yard. Our Journey To Bring Life Back is Just Beginning

My husband and I bought our first home in a small West Virginia town in January 2023. The bright green dwelling sits in the middle of a dead-end street where retirees claim most homes as the original dwellers. From 1978 until now, our house had only one homeowner. So, for the past 45 years, the yard has been a neatly mowed lawn with a single tulip tree. 

8 Tasks Experts Never Forget When Transitioning Their Homes for Fall - thespruce.com
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04.10.2023

8 Tasks Experts Never Forget When Transitioning Their Homes for Fall

Fall is the peak time to properly evaluate your home, so you know what to fix before winter approaches. From gardening to HVAC and plumbing, it's important to make sure your home is in good condition especially if you're hoping for a stress-free year ahead.

An Alluring Design for a Lawnless Front-Yard Garden - finegardening.com - Washington
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04.10.2023

An Alluring Design for a Lawnless Front-Yard Garden

Is there a gardener anywhere who wouldn’t appreciate a beautiful space designed specifically to keep maintenance requirements realistic and manageable? I recently designed such a landscape for a client who wanted to replace her front lawn with a garden where her family of six could play, socialize, and gather with their large circle of relatives and friends. The goal was to strike a balance between beauty and ease of care, since she wanted to maintain the space without hiring outside help. The design we came up with is an excellent example of a hardworking landscape that looks great but does not require hours of labor or a crew of landscapers to keep it that way. As a bonus, the new garden requires about half the water that the turfgrass did.

7 Best Grass for Dogs and How to Grow Them - balconygardenweb.com - state Kentucky
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04.10.2023

7 Best Grass for Dogs and How to Grow Them

If you have a dog, you might be interested in growing a lawn that’s not only pleasing to the human eye but also to your pet. Below are some of the Best Grass for Dogs that are generally pet-friendly and tips on how to grow each one.

11 Landscaping Mistakes That Affect Property Value - gardeningknowhow.com
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04.10.2023

11 Landscaping Mistakes That Affect Property Value

Anyone who has bought or sold a home is familiar with the term “curb appeal.” Your agents may have bandied about the phrase and probably suggested you trim the foundation shrubs (or add some), plant colorful flowers, and rake the leaves all in the name of curb appeal. And they were right. Attractive landscaping has the wow factor that draws people inside. We all want our landscaping to add value to our home as well as beautify the grounds.

14 Beautiful Landscaping Without Grass Ideas - balconygardenweb.com
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23.09.2023

14 Beautiful Landscaping Without Grass Ideas

It can be quite cumbersome to maintain a garden, especially when it comes to cutting grass on a regular basis to keep it looking spic and span. If you want to save yourself from this mundane chore, try these Landscaping Without Grass Ideas!

Monthly Q&A - October 2023 - gardenersworld.com
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22.09.2023

Monthly Q&A - October 2023

As part of your Premium access, you can send your gardening questions to our horticultural experts each month. They will then answer a selection of the questions they receive, and share the advice at the end of the month.

Fall Is a Natural Time for Organic Lawn Care - finegardening.com - Usa
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19.09.2023

Fall Is a Natural Time for Organic Lawn Care

The centerpiece of a traditional American landscape has long been a verdant, weed-free expanse of lawn. But all too often conventional lawn care is achieved by applying an onslaught of synthetic fungicides and fertilizers that are detrimental to soil health. In my mind, an organically maintained lawn uses a mix of turfgrass species and clover and has the added benefit of supporting pollinators and a host of soil-dwelling organisms.

Simple switches to foster biodiversity in your garden - theenglishgarden.co.uk
theenglishgarden.co.uk
14.09.2023

Simple switches to foster biodiversity in your garden

Biodiversity and sustainability have become buzzwords in horticulture of late. Encouraging wildlife, using items in a sustainable manner and reducing our waste is crucial for a healthy garden and planet – but for many of us, working out how to do this can feel overwhelming. Here’s my simple steps to starting your journey to a more sustainable and wildlife-friendly growing space…

Skip the Rake and Leave the Leaves for a Healthier, Greener Yard - treehugger.com
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14.09.2023

Skip the Rake and Leave the Leaves for a Healthier, Greener Yard

Nature's autumn bounty of fallen leaves isn't usually a problem for lawns and gardens, and mulching the ground with them actually helps to feed the soil for a healthier yard.

Late Summer in Michigan - finegardening.com - state Michigan
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14.09.2023

Late Summer in Michigan

Today we’re in Nella’s Michigan garden.

16 Types of Red Mushrooms: Identification and Uses - balconygardenweb.com
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14.09.2023

16 Types of Red Mushrooms: Identification and Uses

Step into the enchanting realm of Red Mushrooms, where folklore meets science and culinary delight meets potential danger. These vibrant fungi are far more than eye-catching additions to the woodland floor or your local grocer’s shelf. From their roles in ancient rituals to their modern-day medicinal applications and culinary uses, they have captivated human imagination for centuries. Intrigued? Keep scrolling to unearth the fascinating world of red mushrooms!

Low-Maintenance Hillside Landscaping Tips & Tricks - gardeningknowhow.com
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13.09.2023

Low-Maintenance Hillside Landscaping Tips & Tricks

When it comes to gardening, hillsides are hard. Steep slopes are difficult to plow, to mow and to irrigate. But unplanted or inappropriately planted, a hill is prone to erosion.

Growing Greener with Arit Anderson - series two - gardenersworld.com
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12.09.2023

Growing Greener with Arit Anderson - series two

Spending time gardening or enjoying others’ gardens opens our eyes to the environment around us and the realities of climate change. But can individuals make a difference by gardening more sustainably, when the problems (and solutions) seem so huge?

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