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15 Full-Sun Annuals That Will Add Beautiful Color To Your Garden All Summer Long - southernliving.com - Brazil - county Garden
southernliving.com
17.05.2024 / 20:11

15 Full-Sun Annuals That Will Add Beautiful Color To Your Garden All Summer Long

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2-for-1 Gardens turns 30! - gardenersworld.com - county Garden
gardenersworld.com
17.05.2024 / 11:31

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!

Touring an Eco-friendly, Shady Backyard Retreat - finegardening.com - state Wisconsin - county Garden
finegardening.com
15.05.2024 / 17:49

Touring an Eco-friendly, Shady Backyard Retreat

You must be careful when you enter the backyard of garden designer Jeff Epping. No because you’re likely to trip on something but because you might be dive-bombed by a pair of nesting hummingbirds, or a bevy of butterflies, or any number of other pollinators that make this shady Midwestern garden their home. Jeff Epping is the principal designer at Epping Design & Consulting and the former director of horticulture at Olbrich Botanical Gardens in Madison, Wisconsin. Given this background, it’s no surprise that his home landscape is something special. He writes about this beautiful space in his article, Design an Engaging, Naturalistic Garden in the Shade.

Design an Engaging, Naturalistic Garden in the Shade - finegardening.com - Britain - county Garden
finegardening.com
15.05.2024 / 16:03

Design an Engaging, Naturalistic Garden in the Shade

Twenty-five years ago when my wife Kathy and I started searching for a new home for our growing family, she focused on all the qualities one looks for in a new house. I, of course, looked at what every gardener considers imperative—the lot. Thanks to Kathy, we ended up with a wonderful new place. And much to my delight, the property had one particularly important feature—good soil. The other nice bonus was that the backyard bordered a small city park, with lots of open space for the kids to play, so my garden design did not have to include an area for kicking a soccer ball. Plant-wise, however, there wasn’t much other than invasive shrubs and trees. So after removing all the nasty invasives, I had a clean slate to work with.

Design an Engaging, Naturalistic Garden in the Shade – Plant IDs - finegardening.com - Britain - county Garden
finegardening.com
15.05.2024 / 16:03

Design an Engaging, Naturalistic Garden in the Shade – Plant IDs

Starting a new garden from scratch can be daunting, but it’s also a fantastic opportunity to create exactly what you want. The vision I had for my new garden (two decades ago) was based on the many small English gardens that I was lucky enough to visit—not the gardens with impeccably maintained lawns and neatly clipped hedges, but those that had plants spilling out of every nook and cranny. Since its inception, the landscape has been slowly undergoing a transformation over the past decade, from a traditional shade garden to a more naturalistic one that embraces an ecology-first mindset. This evolution, however, hasn’t sacrificed the original intention of my dream garden—that it be a visually appealing space with plenty of activity.

Cucumber Plant Spacing for High Yields in Gardens and Pots - savvygardening.com - county Garden
savvygardening.com
15.05.2024 / 00:47

Cucumber Plant Spacing for High Yields in Gardens and Pots

Cucumbers are among the most popular crops for home gardeners. They’re easy to grow and just a handful of vines can provide enough cucumbers for fresh eating from mid-summer through late fall. But proper cucumber plant spacing can mean the difference between healthy, productive plants and disease ridden, low yielding ones. Let’s take a look at how far apart to plant cucumbers based on your growing technique and the method you use to plant them. Why properly spacing cucumber plants matters Before we dive into the details on proper plant spacing for cucumbers, let’s take a

How to Start a Garden for Free, According to Longtime Gardeners - thespruce.com
thespruce.com
11.05.2024 / 11:33

How to Start a Garden for Free, According to Longtime Gardeners

As much as we love a beautiful garden full of lush greenery, it’s hard to deny that starting a garden and buying plants can start adding up in price.

How to Harvest Chives From the Garden or Container Plantings - savvygardening.com - county Garden
savvygardening.com
03.05.2024 / 14:27

How to Harvest Chives From the Garden or Container Plantings

Chives (Allium schoenoprasum) are among the most popular herbs for home gardeners to grow. They are easy to plant and care for, and since they are a hardy perennial, they return to the garden year after year. The fragrant and flavorful leaves of the chive plant are delicious to people, but the deer and rabbits leave them alone. To add yet another benefit, chive flowers are a favorite nectar source for many of the pollinators who also help pollinate other edible crops. Learning how to harvest chives for use in the kitchen is key to enjoying this easy-to-grow herb. Let’s take a look at several different ways to harvest chives for both fresh use and for preservation. The best time to harvest chives Before we get to the information on how to harvest chives, it’s important to understand

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