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The plants that stole the show at this year's Chelsea Flower Show | House & Garden - houseandgarden.co.uk - China
houseandgarden.co.uk
25.06.2024 / 09:13

The plants that stole the show at this year's Chelsea Flower Show | House & Garden

This year Chelsea Flower Show was full of interesting trees and shrubs with lots of dreamy woodland-edge planting in dappled light underneath leafy canopies. Native trees such as hawthorns, hazels and silver birch were the favoured choices in many of the show gardens, with a mixture of native and non-native ornamental plants selected for resilience and sustainability. In Ula Maria’s Forest Bathing Garden, white foxgloves, cow parsley and other umbellifers like Baltic parsley (Cenolophium denudatum) and valerian (Valeriana officinalis) were mixed with the simple shade-loving grass Melica altissima ‘Alba’ while Tom Stuart-Smith showcased intricate tapestries of interesting foliage in different shapes and textures. In other gardens, orange was a popular colour in many shades, from deep rusty orange irises to pale orange geums, especially in Ann Marie-Powell’s exuberant Octavia Hill Garden. As always, the Grand Pavilion is the ideal place to discover new and interesting plants showcased by some of the country’s leading nurseries.

Why Are Spotted Lanternflies So Bad? We Asked an Expert - thespruce.com - Usa - New York - state Illinois - state Pennsylvania - state North Carolina - state Massachusets - state Tennessee
thespruce.com
24.06.2024 / 10:29

Why Are Spotted Lanternflies So Bad? We Asked an Expert

Some of us eagerly await summer every year, ready for days of sunshine, picnics, ice cream—and, perhaps not so eagerly, an influx of spotted lanternflies. If you live in the Midwest or East Coast of the United States, you’ve likely seen the insect with its spotted wings and red hindwings flying about or just sitting on the pavement. 

7 Things Pro Organizers Notice When They Enter a Messy Home - thespruce.com - city New York
thespruce.com
23.06.2024 / 12:55

7 Things Pro Organizers Notice When They Enter a Messy Home

The thought of a professional organizer entering your home may send you into a cleaning frenzy. Even if you’re naturally tidy, piles of items can easily stack up, whether due to a lack of storage or a lack of a system.

How to Design the Chicest Chicken Coop in Your Backyard - sunset.com
sunset.com
22.06.2024 / 01:54

How to Design the Chicest Chicken Coop in Your Backyard

When it comes to dreaming up her perfect coop, Kate Richards—avid gardener, homegrown cocktail crafter, and wrangler of chickens—always starts with function before deciding on design details. First she figures out run size, roosting areas, number of nesting boxes, and where supply storage will live, and then she pieces together the perfect layout for the space. From there Kate adds details and decor elements that might seem over the top compared to the standard utilitarian set up. She’s known for using unexpected paint colors, patterned wallpaper, and gingerbread trim that make the entire space more aesthetically interesting while fitting in with her own home’s style and architecture.

How to Pick the Perfect Pot for Your Houseplants - sunset.com
sunset.com
22.06.2024 / 01:53

How to Pick the Perfect Pot for Your Houseplants

Love the minimalist architectural plant trend but only have a small space for styling indoor greenery? There’s no need to lug in a 6-foot specimen tree to add bodacious botanicals into your home, because even the smallest planters can make a big impact when intentionally pairing striking foliage with a unique vessel. Think the graceful curves of a sphere planter paired with round rosy fronds, or curating a juxtaposition of a bonsai-esque statement plant with delicate saucers—the combinations are endless! 

These Are the Outdoor Essentials Designers are Actually Buying - sunset.com - San Francisco
sunset.com
22.06.2024 / 01:53

These Are the Outdoor Essentials Designers are Actually Buying

Now that summer has finally arrived, it’s time for you to heed your call of the wild and head outside. Of course, you’re not chilling outside alone: You’ll have all your plants, grilling tools, and outdoor decor essentials keeping you company. That said, finding the right outdoor furniture to suit your space can be admittedly tricky. Not only do you have to find pieces that are designed with Mother Nature in mind—and hopefully don’t follow these key backyard blunders—but you’ll want to find items that look good, too. (Just like what’s inside your home, outdoor furniture can be surprisingly pricey, so it’s in your best interest to find furniture that ticks off all of the boxes.)

Joro Spiders Are Moving Up the East Coast—Should You Be Concerned? - thespruce.com
thespruce.com
21.06.2024 / 20:53

Joro Spiders Are Moving Up the East Coast—Should You Be Concerned?

If you’re living on the East Coast right now, you might have heard about the Joro spider—and if you haven't, allow us to introduce you. This (admittedly scary-looking) insect has been slowly moving up the East Coast, with sightings starting in new states this summer.

8 Weed-Killing Mistakes You're Probably Making in Your Yard - thespruce.com - state California
thespruce.com
20.06.2024 / 09:45

8 Weed-Killing Mistakes You're Probably Making in Your Yard

Every gardener knows that when the weather warms, it's weed-killing season. Weeds can harm your garden and lawn and steal nutrients your precious plants need. On top of that, they take away from the outdoor aesthetic you've worked hard to create.

How to Use Microcement for Your Indoor and Outdoor Projects - thespruce.com
thespruce.com
17.06.2024 / 23:53

How to Use Microcement for Your Indoor and Outdoor Projects

There’s a new product that seemingly everyone has been turning to lately: microcement. In the season of the home remodel, it’s no surprise that homeowners are looking for new ways to upgrade their style this summer. It’s the perfect time for outdoor or indoor projects, and microcement can cover both.

Should You Try "Meadowscaping" Your Lawn and Yard This Summer? - thespruce.com
thespruce.com
16.06.2024 / 11:41

Should You Try "Meadowscaping" Your Lawn and Yard This Summer?

Aesthetics and style trend have taken over our interiors, and we love that trends are spreading into our outdoor spaces, too. This year, as organic decor and biophilic design continue to dominate our home decor feeds, a similar gardening trend is growing—literally.

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