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How to Grow Beans All Summer Long - finegardening.com
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19.06.2024 / 14:19

How to Grow Beans All Summer Long

In my father’s victory garden, we planted a single crop of beans in late spring. The endless rows came in all at once, and we spent a long, hot week harvesting the beans. And while I love the taste of fresh snap beans, enough is enough. I’d rather have a number of smaller, more manageable crops of beans.

Should You Wash in Hot or Cold Water for Stains? We Asked Experts - thespruce.com
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18.06.2024 / 18:47

Should You Wash in Hot or Cold Water for Stains? We Asked Experts

If you've dealt with stubborn stains that won't budge, don't get down about what you're doing wrong. While you can try all kinds of laundry hacks, from dish detergent to pantry staples to stain removers, the answer might be more straightforward: it actually might come down to the temperature of your water.

How To Get Rid Of Flea Beetles, According To An Expert - southernliving.com
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15.06.2024 / 14:29

How To Get Rid Of Flea Beetles, According To An Expert

Flea beetles are tiny pests that feed on a variety of garden plants. “Flea beetles can cause a lot of damage on edible and ornamental plants,” says Alejandro Del-Pozo, PhD, assistant professor and extension specialist atVirginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. “If you have an infestation and do nothing, they’ll become a problem because they’re prolific and resilient.”

How To Get Rid Of Clover Mites, According To An Entomologist - southernliving.com
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14.06.2024 / 22:45

How To Get Rid Of Clover Mites, According To An Entomologist

Clover mites feed on more than 200 different species of plants, preferably clover, which gives them their name. But, surprisingly, they typically aren’t a huge problem for homeowners outdoors. It’s when they head indoors—in large numbers—that it’s a little more upsetting. “Clover mites are an occasional invader into our homes,” says Eric Benson, PhD, professor emeritus and extension entomologist withClemson University. “In some years, you’ll see more than others. When the temperature and moisture levels are right, the population can explode.”

How (And When!) To Deadhead Hydrangeas, According To A Horticulturalist - southernliving.com
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13.06.2024 / 01:19

How (And When!) To Deadhead Hydrangeas, According To A Horticulturalist

Hydrangeas are gorgeous shrubs that add color and interest to your garden from spring to fall. But if your hydrangeas aren’t looking their best, you may want to deadhead, or remove, spent blooms. “Hydrangea flowers usually age gracefully,” says Stacey Hirvela, horticulturalist with<a href=«https://www.provenwinnerscolorchoice.com/deer-proof-plants/?utm_term=evergreen%20shrubs&utm_campaign=Deer+Resistant+-+Cool+Climate&utm_source=adwords&utm_medium=ppc&hsa_acc=3521681200&hsa_cam=21288392595&hsa_grp=162457515796&hsa_ad=699560893845&hsa_src=» https: data-component=«link» data-source=«inlineLink» data-type=«externalLink» data-ordinal=«1» rel=«nofollow»> Proven Winners Color Choice Shrubs

How Often Should You Clean Your Oven? Experts Weigh In - thespruce.com
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12.06.2024 / 23:59

How Often Should You Clean Your Oven? Experts Weigh In

Scraping off greasy grime and burnt residue from an oven is no joke—it takes hours and requires some serious elbow grease. But, it doesn’t have to be this way as long as you stick to a regular cleaning schedule.

How To Get Rid Of Mealybugs, According To An Expert - southernliving.com
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12.06.2024 / 21:49

How To Get Rid Of Mealybugs, According To An Expert

Mealybugs can affect all types of crops, ornamentals, and houseplants, including succulents and cacti. Outdoors, mealybugs have natural predators to keep their numbers in check. But indoors in your nice, cozy house, their numbers can increase quickly.

Brian Minter: May long weekend heralds a new gardening season - theprovince.com - city Boston
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11.06.2024 / 18:53

Brian Minter: May long weekend heralds a new gardening season

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How to Bring Your Interior Design Style Outdoors, According to Pros - thespruce.com
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11.06.2024 / 11:41

How to Bring Your Interior Design Style Outdoors, According to Pros

We love helping you prioritize your outdoor spaces when the weather finally gets warm. If your space only boasts an outdoor dining set and a large umbrella, why not try transitioning your indoors out and making the most of these warm weather days?

Oat Water for Plants: You Won't Believe How Powerful It Is - balconygardenweb.com
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07.06.2024 / 15:05

Oat Water for Plants: You Won't Believe How Powerful It Is

When it comes to nutrition, oatmeal water packs a punch for plants. It nourishes the soil and is an affordable home food for your botanical babies. Now, oat water may not be as effective as commercial fertilizers, but it definitely boosts plant growth. Let’s dig in and see if it’s worth a try in your own garden as well!

Episode 160: The RHS Chelsea Flower Show with Annie Guilfoyle - finegardening.com - Britain - city London
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07.06.2024 / 15:03

Episode 160: The RHS Chelsea Flower Show with Annie Guilfoyle

Did you ever wonder what it would be like to get exclusive access to the RHS Chelsea Flower Show? Well, your dreams have come true because in this exclusive interview we got an all-access pass to THE horticultural event of the year thanks to Annie Guilfoyle, a 2024 judge. Annie is co-founder of Garden Masterclass in the UK and an award wining garden designer who earned a Silver Medal at Cheslea years ago for her innovative landscape design. Annie is just back from the show this year and shares details from her favorite gardens, interesting new plants that caught her attention, and even some celebrity gossip from those stars that were in attendance at the show. (Spoiler alert: she did not  see Lady Whistledown at the Bridgerton -themed garden). We discussed how native plants and sustainable practices played a role in this year’s event and talk about themes of water conservation and hardscape upcycling.   

Wildlife watch: Long-tailed tit (Carduelis carduelis) - gardenersworld.com
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01.06.2024 / 11:05

Wildlife watch: Long-tailed tit (Carduelis carduelis)

The long-tailed tit (Carduelis carduelis) has blush, black and white colouring with a long tail, which is longer than its body. Usually seen in small family groups, it has a bouncy flight and a ‘deet-deet’ call. It’s common in parks and gardens, where it eats invertebrates, particularly the eggs of moths and butterflies. In gardens it will visit feeders for peanuts and suet.

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