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How to Create a Low-Water Garden That's Beneficial for Everyone - sunset.com - state California
sunset.com
04.08.2023 / 00:44

How to Create a Low-Water Garden That's Beneficial for Everyone

After 20 years of having a lawn that took, I wanted a yard that contributed: to the planet, to local animals, to biodiversity, to my neighbors, to my mental health. With the sage (native plant pun intended) design work, counsel, and collaboration of David Godshall of Terremoto and David Newsom of Wild Yards Project—and a plant-friendly paint palette from color consultant Teresa Grow—another little garden that gives was born.

Everything You Need to Know Before Hiring a Landscape Designer - sunset.com - state California - state Indiana - county Garden
sunset.com
04.08.2023 / 00:43

Everything You Need to Know Before Hiring a Landscape Designer

Ah, garden dreams. We all have them. You drive by someone’s front yard and gasp at how original, yet welcoming it is. Or you go to a friend’s garden party and get positively green with envy over their, well, greenery and the overall flow of the space. To achieve such greatness, you decide you need to hire a landscape designer. And then you realize you have no idea what to do next. 

These Are the Best Cities in the U.S. for Renters That Are Cost Effective - sunset.com - state Texas - state California - state Arizona - state Hawaii - county Park
sunset.com
04.08.2023 / 00:43

These Are the Best Cities in the U.S. for Renters That Are Cost Effective

It’s well known that the housing market is so competitive right now, but prospective home buyers aren’t the only ones hurting—renters are, too. According to personal finance website WalletHub, inflation has impacted rental prices, and 2022 saw the second-highest price growth in decades with a 6.2% year-over-year increase. 

These Are the Worst Cities in the U.S. for First-Time Home Buyers - sunset.com - state California - state Idaho - state Colorado - state Arizona - state Hawaii - state Alaska
sunset.com
04.08.2023 / 00:43

These Are the Worst Cities in the U.S. for First-Time Home Buyers

For those who are looking to buy a home for the first time, the feat can seem like quite the hurdle. With housing prices and interest rates still high, and a competitive market, it’s tough out there! And the number of first-time home buyers are dropping, too, because of those high prices—according to personal finance site WalletHub, 26% off home purchases were made by first-time home buyers in 2022, down from 34% the previous year.

Garden news and events for August - theenglishgarden.co.uk - Britain
theenglishgarden.co.uk
02.08.2023 / 16:01

Garden news and events for August

All the latest garden news and the best UK garden events to look out for in August.

24 California Native Shade Plants - balconygardenweb.com - state California
balconygardenweb.com
02.08.2023 / 05:45

24 California Native Shade Plants

California is well known for its trees and this article shall provide a list of the most popular California’s Native Shade Plants. So let’s begin!

Ways To Find Free Plants For Your Garden - gardeningknowhow.com - state California
gardeningknowhow.com
29.07.2023 / 22:45

Ways To Find Free Plants For Your Garden

A stroll through a boutique garden store might lead you to believe that filling a garden with happy, healthy plants is only for the well-heeled. But those very plants that have soaring price tags in the store might be yours for free if you are willing to be a little creative. If you are wondering how to get free plants, you’ve come to the right place. Read on for five tried-and-true paths that lead you to free garden plants.

Trader Joe’s Unexpected Broccoli Cheddar Soup Recalled for Bugs - bhg.com - Washington - state Texas - state California - state Illinois - state Pennsylvania - state Florida - state Connecticut
bhg.com
28.07.2023 / 18:07

Trader Joe’s Unexpected Broccoli Cheddar Soup Recalled for Bugs

From trying cottage cheese ice cream to adding protein powder and bananas to morning coffee, the internet is ablaze with protein hacks lately—but Trader Joe’s just announced a bit of extra protein in its Unexpected Broccoli Cheddar Soup that you may not want to try.

Sushi Bakes Are All Over TikTok—Are They the Next Must-Try FoodTok Trend? - bhg.com - Japan - state California
bhg.com
25.07.2023 / 16:59

Sushi Bakes Are All Over TikTok—Are They the Next Must-Try FoodTok Trend?

If you’re well-versed in TikTok food trends—cottage cheese, rat snacks, or boozy pineapple spears, anyone?—you may already know about the recent sushi-related food trend that influencers are trying their hand at: the sushi bake. This riff on the super popular Japanese dish is quick and easy to prepare, making the flavors of sushi much more accessible from home.

Caring for Your Poinsettia during the Holidays - hgic.clemson.edu - Usa - Mexico - state California - state Pennsylvania - state South Carolina
hgic.clemson.edu
24.07.2023 / 12:27

Caring for Your Poinsettia during the Holidays

Nothing says Christmas more than a poinsettia (Euphorbia pulcherrima). Did you know that December 12th is known as National Poinsettia Day? Plant breeders have developed a wide range of colors in hues of white, purple, orange, and pink, but red poinsettias continue to be the most traditional color of the holiday season.

Bradford & Callery pear - hgic.clemson.edu - China - state South Carolina
hgic.clemson.edu
24.07.2023 / 12:15

Bradford & Callery pear

Every spring, all over in South Carolina, we see yards, abandoned lots, natural areas, roadsides, and, in some cases, forests filled with white flowers. These first white flowers of the year are nearly all from the Callery pear tree (Pyrus calleryana). This tree is native to China, and while they may look the same, many of the trees planted in yards, around businesses, and in other managed landscapes across South Carolina are cultivars of P. calleryana. One of the most common cultivars is the Bradford pear. For more information on Bradford pears, see HGIC 1006, Bradford Pear. Bradford pears, by themselves, cannot produce viable seed. But, if pollen from a different flowering pear cultivar (or a wild Callery pear) pollinates a Bradford pear flower, then viable seed can be produced. The fruit are often eaten by birds, and birds doing what birds do (hint: they poop), spread the seeds across the land. When these new plants grow, they’re now Callery pears, the wild relative of Bradford and other cultivated varieties of Pyrus calleryana.

The little book that could: ‘botany for gardeners’ - awaytogarden.com - Los Angeles - city Chicago - state California
awaytogarden.com
21.07.2023 / 23:15

The little book that could: ‘botany for gardeners’

The English-born Capon, a doctor of botany from the University of Chicago who went on to be a professor at California State University, Los Angeles for 30 years, has since retired, leaving time for the revamping of “Botany for Gardeners,” the bestselling title for its publisher, Timber Press, in the U.S. and England.Not only did Capon write it; he illustrated it, too, and even took the plant photographs that further bring the text to life. Capon is also a lifelong gardener, though images of his own place never appear in the pages.“Botany for Gardeners” was born as a textbook out of lecture notes for a botany class Capon taught for many years to non-science students, so it’s thorough—but not the kind of dense, full-fledged botany text that will scare you away.In fact (even 20 years later), it just keeps drawing me back in, especially for tidbits like these. Did you know:That litmus, the dye used to indicate acidity and alkalinity, is

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