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How to Identify and Control Botrytis Blight in Roses - gardenerspath.com
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18.06.2024

How to Identify and Control Botrytis Blight in Roses

How to Identify and Control Botrytis Blight in Roses Botrytis cinerea

Your gardening questions answered: How can I save my rose plant? - irishtimes.com
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21.06.2024

Your gardening questions answered: How can I save my rose plant?

Q: Our 25-year-old Aloha rose has failed to bloom again this season. It used to be in full bloom throughout the month of June. Can you recommend any treatment to restore it to its former glory? A Forsyth

June 21st is a turning point for Irish gardeners. Here’s why - irishtimes.com - Ireland
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21.06.2024

June 21st is a turning point for Irish gardeners. Here’s why

There is a certain day in the calendar year, a date that marks the dividing line between its two halves, whose significance as an important horticultural turning point is not lost on experienced gardeners. Known as the summer solstice in the northern hemisphere it was yesterday, June 21st, the longest day and shortest night of the year, when the North Pole was at its greatest tilt towards the sun.

Discover a garden fit for Royalty with your 2 for 1 Gardens card - gardenersworld.com - Japan
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19.06.2024

Discover a garden fit for Royalty with your 2 for 1 Gardens card

If you want to put your BBC Gardeners’ World 2 for 1 Gardens entry card and guide to good use this year, The Savill Garden is a must-visit. Set like a jewel in the heart of Windsor Great Park, it’s a garden for all seasons, always filled with colour and sights to behold, but during the summer months especially you can delight in its magnificent roses.

In a Vase on Monday: a History Lesson - ramblinginthegarden.wordpress.com - Usa - Britain
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17.06.2024

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.

Six on Saturday – Mind Your Head! - ramblinginthegarden.wordpress.com
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15.06.2024

Six on Saturday – Mind Your Head!

Although our first proper opening of the garden is not till a week tomorrow, we had a group visit on Thursday, a mixed blessing, as it meant the garden had to be more or less ‘ready’ over a week sooner than it might otherwise have had to be. We didn’t have any group visits last year, the first year that we hadn’t, and this was the first time we had a visit before the main openings as I had previously avoided this – June is probably the most floriferous month, and sometimes we could be in limbo for two or three weeks after the main openings until all group visits were over, before we could loosen the reins a little. Interestingly, this gardening group, from one of the local villages, had previously visited us the first year we opened, although all but a handful of them were new members so the garden was new to them.

7 Bridgerton-Inspired Gardening Ideas for a Gorgeous Outdoor Space - thespruce.com
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13.06.2024

7 Bridgerton-Inspired Gardening Ideas for a Gorgeous Outdoor Space

Dearest gentle readers, are you dreaming of a day frolicking through pastel flower beds, idling away in romantic gardens? Well, if you’ve caught the latest season of «Bridgerton», that wouldn’t be surprising.

How to beautify the exterior of your house with plants | House & Garden - houseandgarden.co.uk - state Virginia
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11.06.2024

How to beautify the exterior of your house with plants | House & Garden

For the ultimate in low-maintenance planting, intersperse small balls of box with a seasonal display of bulbs and summer bedding: tulips in spring, geraniums in summer and winter pansies in autumn — or almost any annuals that take your fancy.

Six on Saturday: Ballerinas, Bells and Beautiful Blooms - ramblinginthegarden.wordpress.com
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08.06.2024

Six on Saturday: Ballerinas, Bells and Beautiful Blooms

Oriental poppies in any shade may look dramatic when in bloom, but don’t flower for long, flop unattractively and certainly don’t die back well. Somehow they still merit space in a border, but if they start thinking they can take over the world then they are OUT, although removing them is never as easy as one would like it to be. I have a basic fiery scarlet one, pale coral pink Papaver ‘Princess Victoria Louise’ and the more recent acquisition above, ‘Royal Wedding’. The blooms on this one seem particularly large, especially when the petals are splayed out like a frilly tutu – no doubt they will be gone by tomorrow!

Problem Solving: Chafer Grubs - gardenersworld.com - Britain
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07.06.2024

Problem Solving: Chafer Grubs

Chafer grubs are the larvae of chafer beetles in the family Scarabaeidae, which also includes dung beetles. There are eight species of chafer beetle in the UK. Some can cause issues in lawns, but many do not. In fact, some chafer beetles are pollinators, while some larvae help break down decaying matter. What’s more, chafer beetles and their larvae form part of healthy ecosystems, providing food for a range of birds and mammals.

Marvellous May! - ramblinginthegarden.wordpress.com
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31.05.2024

Marvellous May!

I can only marvel at May and what it has brought to the garden…

18 Fragrant Plants To Fill Your Garden With Delightful Scents - southernliving.com - state Arkansas - state Tennessee
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31.05.2024

18 Fragrant Plants To Fill Your Garden With Delightful Scents

Being out in the garden is a feast for the senses, particularly when you're surrounded by fragrant plants. There's color, texture, the sound of breeze blowing through the trees, and, of course, the scent of a sweet smelling flower wafting through the air.

2024 Grilling Trends - bhg.com - Greece - state California
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31.05.2024

2024 Grilling Trends

From fashion to home design to food, trends seem to come in cycles. While we’re not quite sure if we’ve circled all the way back from wide legs to mom jeans and back to skinny jeans again (please clue us in if you know!), one thing we know for sure: cooking over live fire is never going to go out of style.

The Best Pruning Shears of 2024: What We Own and Love - savvygardening.com
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31.05.2024

The Best Pruning Shears of 2024: What We Own and Love

Pruning shears are a gardener’s best friend when nurturing a healthy and visually appealing garden. In our gardening journey, we’ve found them indispensable for making precise cuts, shaping plants, and removing dead or overgrown branches. When selecting the ideal pair of pruning shears for your gardening toolkit, always prioritize quality and durability over cost. A well-crafted pruner can save you money in the long run by avoiding the need for frequent replacements. After conducting thorough research and using popular brands and models for years, we have shortlisted a range of the best pruning

In a Vase on Monday: On Its Way - ramblinginthegarden.wordpress.com - India
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27.05.2024

In a Vase on Monday: On Its Way

It’s a strange in-between season at the moment, no longer really spring, but surely not summer yet, despite all the roses. Summer, however, is definitely on its way, despite the 36mm of rain on Wednesday and the thundery showers yesterday, and today’s vase contains the first evidence of both summer colour and summer abundance.

Six Shining Stars on Saturday - ramblinginthegarden.wordpress.com
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25.05.2024

Six Shining Stars on Saturday

The garden continues to race along, filling out its borders, opening its blooms and generally providing an endless degree of wonder and awe on every ramble. There are new shining stars waiting to be discovered each day, and I have included a selection of them for Jim’s Saturday meme at Garden Ruminations, making no apologies that there are yet more roses amongst them.

5 Popular Plants Gardeners Are Tired of Seeing in Every Garden - thespruce.com
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24.05.2024

5 Popular Plants Gardeners Are Tired of Seeing in Every Garden

While every gardener will have their preferences regarding the plants in their garden, we wanted to know which popular plants don’t live up to the hype, according to experienced gardeners.

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

7 Problems With Roses in Pots and Their Solutions - balconygardenweb.com
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21.05.2024

7 Problems With Roses in Pots and Their Solutions

Who doesn’t love roses, and we all want them to be full of flowers all the time! Sometimes, these plants run into some issues, especially when grown in pots, that can hamper their blooming. Let’s address those issues!

Bridgerton filming locations: 11 gardens for great summer days out - gardenersworld.com - Britain - county Garden
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20.05.2024

Bridgerton filming locations: 11 gardens for great summer days out

As Bridgerton returns for a third series, we celebrate its return by taking a look at some of the many filming locations from season three, which you can visit this summer. From urban oases to grand country estates, these include some of the UK’s most iconic stately homes and gardens.

6 Best Pots For Roses - balconygardenweb.com
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20.05.2024

6 Best Pots For Roses

Before you go out in the market to pick a pot for your roses, wait! We will tell you which one to get to ensure you end up with the biggest, the most colorful, and the most fragrant flowers!

21 Black Rose Tattoo Ideas - balconygardenweb.com
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20.05.2024

21 Black Rose Tattoo Ideas

Black Rose Tattoos are really personal and can allow you to showcase a ton of things with their rich symbolism. Ready to check these out?

Six on Saturday: More Roses - ramblinginthegarden.wordpress.com - Britain
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18.05.2024

Six on Saturday: More Roses

Every day I seem to spot the first rose of the year on yet another bush and, today, the first of hundreds on ‘Rambling Rector’; in the warmth and sunshine this afternoon there was even a hint of fragrance in the air. I can’t post any fragrance on this blog, but I can share the beauty of the roses along with their varied colour and form, beginning with ‘Olivia Rose Austin’, above, which grows into a neat and shapely bush.

I Tried My Mom’s DIY Solution For Getting Rid Of Bugs On My Climbing Roses And Here’s What I Learned - southernliving.com
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17.05.2024

I Tried My Mom’s DIY Solution For Getting Rid Of Bugs On My Climbing Roses And Here’s What I Learned

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2-for-1 Gardens turns 30! - gardenersworld.com - county Garden
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17.05.2024

2-for-1 Gardens turns 30!

This year we are celebrating 30 years of 2-for-1 Gardens, and we have 407 gardens taking part, from local hidden gems to national landmarks! To kick off your year of garden visits, we’ve picked out some of the 2-for-1 Gardens in the scheme this year which are perfect for a visit this month. Head out with your 2-for-1 Gardens card and enjoy saving money on days out with friends and family, whilst gathering lots of garden inspiration!

Q&A with Bridgerton's Adjoa Andoh (aka Lady Danbury) - gardenersworld.com
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17.05.2024

Q&A with Bridgerton's Adjoa Andoh (aka Lady Danbury)

We all know Bridgerton as this fantastical world of Regency pomp and floral splendour. Many of its key scenes – from lovers’ trysts to moments of self-discovery – take place in moonlit glades and romantic rose gardens. What was it like filming in some of the most beautiful and iconic stately home gardens? We caught up with star of the show Adjoa Andoh to find out.

Best Plants to Create the Bridgerton Look in your Garden - gardenersworld.com - Britain
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14.05.2024

Best Plants to Create the Bridgerton Look in your Garden

With the third series of the hit drama about to start and The Bridgerton Garden coming to the RHS Chelsea Flower Show later this month, now is the ideal time to invest in some new plants to bring a touch of Regency glamour and romance to your garden.

45 Skull and Rose Tattoo Ideas - balconygardenweb.com
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10.05.2024

45 Skull and Rose Tattoo Ideas

Skull and Rose Tattoo Ideas are great for many reasons. They are full of deep symbolism, look amazing on the skin, and are highly customizable.

13 Flowers That Will Amp Up Your Home's Curb Appeal - balconygardenweb.com
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10.05.2024

13 Flowers That Will Amp Up Your Home's Curb Appeal

If you showcase plants the right way around your house, they can make it look a million bucks! Flowers can be a great pick for this, and we have some amazing ones to do the job for you!

23 Wisteria Tattoo Ideas - balconygardenweb.com - Japan
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08.05.2024

23 Wisteria Tattoo Ideas

Wisteria flowers can help you showcase pretty meanings, and they look absolutely gorgeous on your skin. Don’t believe us? See for yourself with these designs.

Super Speedy Six on Saturday - ramblinginthegarden.wordpress.com
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04.05.2024

Super Speedy Six on Saturday

Having mentioned before that the rhododendrons seemed to be flowering better than any other year, I can also say that I don’t recollect ever seeing anything with blooms as dense as this before – R. yakushimanum ‘Vintage Rose’ is absolutely astounding! Mind you, I don’t think I remember seeing destruction quite as quick or efficient as that experienced by Fritillaria imperialis either!

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