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The Best Garden Spades in 2024 - gardenersworld.com
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12.07.2024

The Best Garden Spades in 2024

From novices to experts, all gardeners need a trusty spade and they’re often the first tool that gardeners will buy when starting out. These staples of the shed are invaluable and can help with dozens of jobs around the garden. Digging spades are the most common style of spade and are the go-to spade for beginners but there are also several other styles and models of spades, which are designed with particular jobs in mind.

Cultivating Crops, No Sun Required - modernfarmer.com - state California - state Delaware
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12.07.2024

Cultivating Crops, No Sun Required

Photosynthesis is one of life’s most quintessential recipes. Plants combine sunlight, water and carbon dioxide to produce oxygen, along with nutrients the organisms need to grow.

8 Plants That Can Be Trained As Vines, Shrubs, or Trees - balconygardenweb.com - Usa
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12.07.2024

8 Plants That Can Be Trained As Vines, Shrubs, or Trees

The botanical realm is quite pliable like that. Take, for instance, these plants—complete shapeshifters! From spicing up a dull entrance in a standard pot to emerging as behemoths in your backyard, here are plants that can be trained as vines, shrubs, or trees!

6 Common Snake Plant Bugs and How to Get Rid of Them - balconygardenweb.com
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12.07.2024

6 Common Snake Plant Bugs and How to Get Rid of Them

Tough on the outside but softies inside? Snake Plants are the most solid and resilient houseplants that even purify indoor air! But occasionally, cunning bugs and pests get to even these hardy succulents!

Monty's month of flowers: jobs for the July garden - gardenersworld.com
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01.07.2024

Monty's month of flowers: jobs for the July garden

By midsummer, the flower borders are a riot of colour. It’s an ideal time to take stock, deciding which areas look good and which need plants moving or adding to create the best summer displays. Flowering plants such as dahlias, sweet peas and roses will benefit from regular feeding at this time of year, while deadheading will help to keep many plants flowering longer. It’s also time to prepare for seasons to come, by sowing biennials and planting autumn-flowering bulbs.

Wildlife watch: Speckled bush-cricket - gardenersworld.com
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01.07.2024

Wildlife watch: Speckled bush-cricket

The speckled bush-cricket is a small, bright green cricket that gets its name from its all-over covering of black speckles. It has short wings, long, thin antennae and a dark orange stripe on its back (the male has a thicker stripe than the female). The female has a long, curved ovipositor (egg-laying tube). The speckled bush cricket cannot fly, but gets around by jumping, using its powerful back legs.

Cayenne pepper plant: How to plant and grow cayenne peppers - savvygardening.com
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30.06.2024

Cayenne pepper plant: How to plant and grow cayenne peppers

A cayenne pepper plant is a productive, easy-to-grow hot pepper perfect for anyone that wants medium-hot fruits. Grow them in garden beds or pots and expect each plant to yield dozens of slender glossy peppers. The 4 to 6 inch long fruits are typically green maturing to red and can be eaten fresh, dried, or used for hot sauce. In this article you’ll learn all about how to plant, grow, and harvest cayenne peppers from your garden. Cayenne pepper plant facts Cayenne pepper plants (Capsicum annuum) are incredibly popular in home gardens thanks to their

Prime Time in the Garden at the End of June - ramblinginthegarden.wordpress.com - county Garden
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30.06.2024

Prime Time in the Garden at the End of June

With garden openings over for 2024, my ramblings around the garden involve a combination of “this is gorgeous!”, “aren’t we fortunate?”, “thank goodness that’s over” and “how can I improve this?”. Already thoughts have turned to potential ‘tweaks’, nothing major, and ways to improve things I don’t feel have really worked – perhaps I will write a post on them in due course…

6 Clever Ways to Hide Outdoor Eyesores in Your Yard - thespruce.com
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30.06.2024

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.

5 Ways to Protect Your Yard From Spotted Lanternflies - thespruce.com - Usa - New York - state Pennsylvania - state Maryland - state Virginia - state Michigan - state Ohio - state Oregon - state North Carolina - state Connecticut - state Massachusets - state New Jersey - state Indiana - state Delaware
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30.06.2024

5 Ways to Protect Your Yard From Spotted Lanternflies

If you've already encountered a few or a group of spotted lanternflies in your yard, you may need to take extra steps to protect your yard since this invasive pest can damage the ecosystem around them.

5 Backyard Renovation Mistakes You Should Avoid, An Expert Shares - thespruce.com
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30.06.2024

5 Backyard Renovation Mistakes You Should Avoid, An Expert Shares

The time for long evenings and summer parties in our backyards is finally here. If your backyard is needing some rejuvenation this season, you’re probably itching to get started.

5 Things to Consider When Picking the Perfect Planter - bhg.com
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29.06.2024

5 Things to Consider When Picking the Perfect Planter

You don’t need a green thumb to know that the most important things for a plant to grow well are sun and water exposure. But when you fill your home with plants and make intentional decisions about what to grow in a controlled condition, you also have to consider how that plant will survive in its fabricated environment.

Six Seasonal Stars on Saturday - ramblinginthegarden.wordpress.com
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29.06.2024

Six Seasonal Stars on Saturday

The garden is full of seasonal stars at the moment, so picking out just six was not easy – but let’s start with the most asked about plant on our garden open days, Clematis texensis ‘Princess Diana’ (above). Almost every plant in the garden is labelled, something I like to see when I visit a garden myself, but very few visitors seemed to take the trouble to look, preferring to ask the gardener or the dogsbody: fortunately, Princess Diana is one variety that the dogsbody/Golfer knows! Smothered in blooms, it deserved all the attention it got, and is possibly flowering better than ever before, despite the issues with several of my other clematis. This variety was the first clematis I actually sought out after seeing it performing so spectacularly in a garden more than 20 years ago; up till then, I had only bought whatever clematis were available at my local garden centre. The current plant, however, is a replacement for the original, which suffered when moved to the clematis colonnade.

Growing flowers and vegetables together – discover the new trend for edimentals - themiddlesizedgarden.co.uk - county Garden
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29.06.2024

Growing flowers and vegetables together – discover the new trend for edimentals

Edimentals is a new term for growing flowers and vegetables together. Gardens today are often too small to have a separate ‘veg patch.’

Where do we start with sowing a traditional lawn around our new-build house? - irishtimes.com
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29.06.2024

Where do we start with sowing a traditional lawn around our new-build house?

Q: We’ve just moved into our home, a new build in the countryside, and don’t have much of a budget to create a garden. We’d like to start by sowing a traditional lawn around the house, which is just a big expanse of bare soil and weeds. Any tips would be great. CB, Co Meath

Revisiting Fieldman: Seasonal extracts and exquisite illustrations bring 1940s natural world magically to life - irishtimes.com - Ireland
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29.06.2024

Revisiting Fieldman: Seasonal extracts and exquisite illustrations bring 1940s natural world magically to life

For the first time in decades I heard a cuckoo just the other day, its pealing “Wuck-Koo” ringing out so loudly nearby that I felt a quick, sharp jolt of joy at being so closely in its presence. Once a common sound, the distinctive call of this fleeting seasonal migrant from tropical Africa is traditionally believed to signal the arrival of spring. But as is true of so many other once-common species of birds, its numbers, which are down by an estimated 27 per cent since the early 1970s, have been in slow but steady decline for decades.

The 12 Best Tomato Companion Plants For Your Best Crop Ever - southernliving.com
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28.06.2024

The 12 Best Tomato Companion Plants For Your Best Crop Ever

Companion planting is the centuries-old practice of pairing plants in the garden that benefit one another. Our gardens function as interconnected communities, with different plants providing unique services. Some plants attract beneficial insects, others ward off pests, while some enhance soil health. Anyone who’s grown tomatoes knows they are heavy feeders, and often plagued by foliar diseases and a diversity of insect pests. They certainly stand to benefit from tomato companion plants that promote healthier plants and increased yields.

The 11 Best Long-Lasting Perennials You Can Enjoy Year After Year - southernliving.com - Cuba - county Garden
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28.06.2024

The 11 Best Long-Lasting Perennials You Can Enjoy Year After Year

Want to grow perennials that have a long blooming period in your garden? Long-lasting perennials add color, height, and texture to the landscape. And equally important, many perennials provide important food sources for beneficial insects and pollinators, such as bees, butterflies, and birds. Perennials can take some time to get established in the garden and the first year, they're typically focused on growing roots. They grow faster in the second and third year and you can enjoy them each year.

6 Herbs That Love Pinching and Grow Better - balconygardenweb.com
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28.06.2024

6 Herbs That Love Pinching and Grow Better

Say you’re done making your favorite recipe, and run to your herb garden for some home-grown seasoning. But all you find are leggy shadows of a once-robust plant! Well, you can avoid this picture if you gently top your herb when it’s young with sets of true leaves and even after.

12 Zen Garden Ideas for a Relaxing Outdoor Space - gardenersworld.com - Japan
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28.06.2024

12 Zen Garden Ideas for a Relaxing Outdoor Space

Zen gardens provide places for contemplation and relaxation in the whirl of busy modern life. They emerged as spaces for meditation around the fourteenth century in Japan. In Zen Buddhist temples of the time, a new style of garden was developed based on ancient traditions and intended to represent the Japanese landscape. These representations weren’t meant to be realistic – instead they included abstract forms, such as rocks and waves raked in gravel, to symbolise natural features. The purpose of a Zen garden was to inspire profound thoughts and meditation.

30 Flower Bed Ideas for your Garden - gardenersworld.com
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28.06.2024

30 Flower Bed Ideas for your Garden

Planting up a flower bed can seem a bit daunting to begin with. Initially, it’s important to consider factors such as the size of your bed, how much sun it gets, the quality of your soil and what kind of planting and colour scheme will suit your house style and your own preferences.

Ducks Might Be Our Favorite Kind of Garden Pest Control - thespruce.com
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28.06.2024

Ducks Might Be Our Favorite Kind of Garden Pest Control

If you have garden you want to keep free of pesticides and insecticides, you might be looking for all-natural solutions. It’s true that there are a wide range of organic alternatives to turn to—pest-repellent plants, natural pesticides, or even bug nets for your plants. But what if you want your pest control alternative to be a little…cuter?

In the Garden: Refresh and repurpose container plantings with these new pruning trends - theprovince.com - Germany - Japan - county Garden
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28.06.2024

In the Garden: Refresh and repurpose container plantings with these new pruning trends

In January I visited the world’s largest horticultural show in Essen, Germany, and came away with some great take-aways, but I was especially impressed with the significant trend of pruning, training and grafting certain plants into new and unusual forms.

Is there such a thing as a low-maintenance and attractive garden? - gardenersworld.com
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28.06.2024

Is there such a thing as a low-maintenance and attractive garden?

The term ‘low-maintenance gardening’ has been kicking about since the 1970s. But people’s perception of what that means varies wildly. To some it’s concrete slabs and gravel with not a green leaf in sight. To others it’s lawn and shrubs or geotextile cloaked with gravel and topped with pots. In essence it’s about having an outdoor space that requires minimal input while looking consistently smart. But the question really is: is there such a thing as a low-maintenance garden that is also attractive?

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

The 12 Best Fast-Growing Evergreen Shrubs, According To Experts - southernliving.com - Usa - Cuba - state Delaware
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28.06.2024

The 12 Best Fast-Growing Evergreen Shrubs, According To Experts

Planting fast-growing evergreen shrubs in your landscape is an easy way to create a privacy screen, reduce noise, and add beauty to your space. Evergreens provide year-long foliage so you don't have to worry about losing leaves in the late fall and winter seasons. Plus, many evergreen shrubs are native to the Southern region and provide food and habitat for bees and birds. Consider these expert recommendations for fast-growing evergreen shrubs to grow in your yard.

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

The 6 Best Raised Garden Beds of 2024: What We Use and Love - savvygardening.com
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27.06.2024

The 6 Best Raised Garden Beds of 2024: What We Use and Love

Raised garden beds are an excellent choice for gardeners looking to enhance their growing space. The best raised garden beds offer benefits, such as improved soil conditions, better pest control, and easier maintenance. Our expertise at Savvy Gardening stems from years of hands-on gardening in raised beds and thorough research, ensuring that our recommendations are practical and reliable. We’ve narrowed our favorites to a list of six. We meticulously evaluated various factors, including durability, material quality,

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