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How to Protect Your Garden from Severe Weather Damage - blog.fantasticgardeners.co.uk - Scotland
blog.fantasticgardeners.co.uk
07.08.2023 / 11:41

How to Protect Your Garden from Severe Weather Damage

As the country begins taking stock of the damage caused by hurricane Ophelia and works to restore power to much of Scotland and Northern England, gardeners throughout the country are lamenting the destruction of their gardens.

Botanical Illustration and Gardener’s Art Books - gardenerstips.co.uk
gardenerstips.co.uk
01.08.2023 / 14:49

Botanical Illustration and Gardener’s Art Books

For something a bit different this book on botanic art covers some of the unusual colours from black flowers, plants and seaweed like strange green, blue and puce pink.

The Biogeography of the Irish Potato Famine - hgic.clemson.edu - Usa - Britain - Australia - Ireland - state Oregon
hgic.clemson.edu
24.07.2023 / 12:34

The Biogeography of the Irish Potato Famine

St. Patrick’s Day, March 17, is a popular celebration in the United States, due to the number of Americans, 10.5%, with Irish heritage. One million Irish emigrated to North America, Australia, or other parts of Great Britain in the mid-1800s because of the potato disease now known as late blight. Late blight, caused by the water mold, Phytophthora infestans, destroyed the Irish potato crops in 1845 through 1849 and caused the Irish Potato Famine. Another one million people died from hunger or disease.

Kitchen Fats, Oils, and Grease: Pour It, Cap It, Cool it, Trash It - hgic.clemson.edu
hgic.clemson.edu
24.07.2023 / 12:23

Kitchen Fats, Oils, and Grease: Pour It, Cap It, Cool it, Trash It

When preparing meals in the kitchen, fats and oils are often used, and grease is typically leftover. Fats, oils, and grease, sometimes referred to as F.O.G., can be a form of pollution if not disposed of properly.

‘Tis the Season for Fresh Fruits and Vegetables - hgic.clemson.edu
hgic.clemson.edu
24.07.2023 / 11:48

‘Tis the Season for Fresh Fruits and Vegetables

Hopefully, the frost is behind us, and we are all anticipating warm weather, bringing outside activities and gardens! With garden season coming, people are planning what they will grow this year. Having fresh fruits and vegetables in our backyard and available at local markets makes it much easier to choose healthier options. Many times, the barrier to eating healthy is cost. Here are a few tips for smart shopping for fruits and veggies!

See you there? my 2011 events so far - awaytogarden.com - state Connecticut - state Massachusets - state Maine - state New Jersey - state New York - county Hill - county Hudson - county Valley
awaytogarden.com
21.07.2023 / 23:12

See you there? my 2011 events so far

I’ll be roaming the Northeast in the early going, in places as close to home as the Berkshires of Massachusetts and the Hudson Valley of New York, but also across Massachusetts and as far as New Hampshire, Maine, New Jersey and coastal Connecticut. Events here in the garden will begin again in April; stay tuned for a fuller schedule of those, with just the first couple mentioned below.What’s planned already:Saturday, February 19, 2 PM: Lecture to benefit Berkshire Botanical Garden, Monument Mountain Regional High School, Great Barrington, MA.Thursday, March 3, 7 PM: R.J. Ju

Garlic powder, preserved lemons and more, in alana chernila’s ‘the homemade kitchen’ - awaytogarden.com
awaytogarden.com
21.07.2023 / 23:07

Garlic powder, preserved lemons and more, in alana chernila’s ‘the homemade kitchen’

Besides leaning how, enter to win the new book plus a chef’s knife and tote bag Alana shared with me to celebrate her book launch, the followup to her previous hit, “The Homemade Pantry” in 2012.One recent weekend, when we were teaching back-to-back, daylong cheesemaking classes at my place, I was explaining to the students how Alana Chernila and I ended up in my kitchen together this way, surrounded by all this milk and cream. After all, I’m a gardener, right, not a dairy farmer?Trying to explain Alana’s and my connection, I asked the class:“You know how my A Way to Ga

Links: intimate flowers, bird poop, and why vulnerability is a good thing - awaytogarden.com - state Florida - state Massachusets
awaytogarden.com
21.07.2023 / 23:02

Links: intimate flowers, bird poop, and why vulnerability is a good thing

EXPLODING Eremurus, why vulnerability is good for us, and the answer to why bird poop is white—all, and more, in the latest collections of links I’ve loved lately while staring into my computer screen (which I alternately do between long gazes out the window). Five links worth exploring:

Book giveaway: in the kitchen with melissa clark - awaytogarden.com - France - New York
awaytogarden.com
21.07.2023 / 22:52

Book giveaway: in the kitchen with melissa clark

Each of her 150 recipes is delightfully prefaced with what amounts to its provenance: a juicy and sometimes hilarious back story that Clark tells in as simple yet deft a fashion as the style of the dish that follows. I sat right down to chapters like “Better Fried” and “It Tastes Like Chicken” and “My Mother’s Sandwich Theory of Life,” the perfect mix of a good read and a good meal.For me—a flavor-fearing kid who rinsed most of her entrees off at the sink conveniently positioned halfway between the Garland range and the family dinner table—Clark’s childhood tales are positively hair-raising: Summer vacations were spent touring France with her psychiatrist parents, gourmands determined to eat at every Michelin-starred restaurant there. Worse yet (or to Clark, more thrilling): Th

After the flood: tomato troubles in a wet year - awaytogarden.com - Usa - Ireland - Washington
awaytogarden.com
21.07.2023 / 22:49

After the flood: tomato troubles in a wet year

I actually have no certain diagnosis; so many of these issues look somewhat alike, unless you are a plant pathologist, and so far I only have a relative few affected leaves. I nevertheless love Cornell’s diagnostic tool, a photo-driven system arranged by plant part (leaves, stem, fruit).What I do not seem to have, thankfully, is the late blight that’s been the source of the most dramatic headlines, and of a thorough story by Adrian Higgins of The Washington Post, late last week. This dramatic outbreak has also prompted warning bulletins from Cornell and other extension services. My plants have none of its characteristic early sign: dark stem lesions.This is the affliction (affecting tomatoes and potatoes) that caused the 1840s Irish Potato Famine, and it has never been recorded this early in the United States, apparently, nor this extensive

Giveaway: new ‘peterson field guide to moths’ and why to get out and go mothing - awaytogarden.com - Britain
awaytogarden.com
21.07.2023 / 22:44

Giveaway: new ‘peterson field guide to moths’ and why to get out and go mothing

I ONLY GOT TO PAGE 5 of the new “Peterson Field Guide to Moths of Northeastern North America” before I was hooked.  “Moths are everywhere,” it proclaims, and (hearing that as a challenge) I simply stood up, got my camera and went outside for a mere 10 minutes. The authors were right: Even though it was sunny midday, I photographed seven species (including the luna moth, above), and got so excited trying to ID them, I wrote to co-author Seabrooke Leckie—a stranger—and sent her my shots.

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