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

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

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Memories from the RHS Chelsea Flower Show - gardenersworld.com - Mexico
gardenersworld.com
17.05.2024 / 11:31

Memories from the RHS Chelsea Flower Show

There’s a buzz in the air at this time of the year in the gardening world, as we look forward to the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.

16 Leafy Shelter from the Sun Ideas | Garden Bower Ideas - balconygardenweb.com
balconygardenweb.com
16.05.2024 / 09:17

16 Leafy Shelter from the Sun Ideas | Garden Bower Ideas

Burning up in the sunshine? Don’t sweat it! We’ll show you Leafy Shelter from the Sun Ideas, also known as garden bowers. Just picture cool, shady spots you would like in your yard and get ready to turn it into a reality.

6 Flooring Mistakes You Should Avoid Making, Straight From the Pros - thespruce.com
thespruce.com
15.05.2024 / 22:09

6 Flooring Mistakes You Should Avoid Making, Straight From the Pros

If you’re looking to update the flooring in your home—whether with a simple area rug or a full swath of hardwood or ceramic tile—don’t do so without first reviewing the potential missteps that may seem minor but can set back a flooring project or even larger home improvement goals if overlooked.

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.

Planting Plan of A Seaside Garden that Sustains Punishing Conditions - finegardening.com - state Massachusets
finegardening.com
15.05.2024 / 16:03

Planting Plan of A Seaside Garden that Sustains Punishing Conditions

Susan Burke’s home and garden on the Nantucket shoreline off the coast of Massachusetts were designed from scratch when she and her late husband first purchased the property. Featuring tall borders of naturalistic plantings and hardscaping that weave off into nature in the backyard, this space also has a more formal garden in the front yard consisting mostly of native plants. A large dune comes up from the beach, where a buffer of native flora divides the garden from the beach beyond.

Grow the Best Red-Hot Pokers – Planting Guide and Trial Results - finegardening.com - South Africa - city Chicago - state Michigan - county Garden - county Lake
finegardening.com
15.05.2024 / 16:03

Grow the Best Red-Hot Pokers – Planting Guide and Trial Results

Like many northern gardeners, I had red-hot poker envy for many years but ruled out growing them because of their iffy -chances of surviving winter in my region. However, I am very excited about some of the newer Kniphofia introductions we are growing at the Chicago Botanic Garden. Being able to overwinter a South African plant in the Midwest is pretty cool, right? 

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

What will the Bridgerton Garden at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show look like? - gardenersworld.com - China - Britain - county Garden
gardenersworld.com
09.05.2024 / 16:57

What will the Bridgerton Garden at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show look like?

Bridgerton is coming to Chelsea this month, as Netflix makes its debut at the flower show, with a garden themed around its popular TV show. First time Chelsea designer Holly Johnston has created a garden based on the personal journey of the show’s main character, Penelope Featherington. The Bridgerton Garden is part of the Sanctuary Gardens area at the show.

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