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Prime Time in the Garden at the End of June - ramblinginthegarden.wordpress.com - county Garden
ramblinginthegarden.wordpress.com
30.06.2024 / 18:45

Prime Time in the Garden at the End of June

With garden openings over for 2024, my ramblings around the garden involve a combination of “this is gorgeous!”, “aren’t we fortunate?”, “thank goodness that’s over” and “how can I improve this?”. Already thoughts have turned to potential ‘tweaks’, nothing major, and ways to improve things I don’t feel have really worked – perhaps I will write a post on them in due course…

Oddball fruits from around the globe, with hortus arboretum - awaytogarden.com - county Garden - county Hudson - county Valley
awaytogarden.com
29.06.2024 / 18:53

Oddball fruits from around the globe, with hortus arboretum

SOME OF THE many unusual fruits that Allyson Levy and Scott Serrano grow in their arboretum in the Hudson Valley of New York, like goji berries or maybe Schisandra (above), are ones you’re more likely to see on ingredient labels of health food store products than for sale in nurseries or growing in gardens. But grow them you can.

Growing flowers and vegetables together – discover the new trend for edimentals - themiddlesizedgarden.co.uk - county Garden
themiddlesizedgarden.co.uk
29.06.2024 / 11:13

Growing flowers and vegetables together – discover the new trend for edimentals

Edimentals is a new term for growing flowers and vegetables together. Gardens today are often too small to have a separate ‘veg patch.’

Revisiting Fieldman: Seasonal extracts and exquisite illustrations bring 1940s natural world magically to life - irishtimes.com - Ireland
irishtimes.com
29.06.2024 / 04:29

Revisiting Fieldman: Seasonal extracts and exquisite illustrations bring 1940s natural world magically to life

For the first time in decades I heard a cuckoo just the other day, its pealing “Wuck-Koo” ringing out so loudly nearby that I felt a quick, sharp jolt of joy at being so closely in its presence. Once a common sound, the distinctive call of this fleeting seasonal migrant from tropical Africa is traditionally believed to signal the arrival of spring. But as is true of so many other once-common species of birds, its numbers, which are down by an estimated 27 per cent since the early 1970s, have been in slow but steady decline for decades.

Level Up Your Floral Arranging Game with These Essential Tools - sunset.com - state California
sunset.com
29.06.2024 / 02:05

Level Up Your Floral Arranging Game with These Essential Tools

Looking to step up your flower gardening game? We’ve tapped into the tasteful toolbelt of Hannah Rose Rivers Muller, master florist farmer and author of Designing With Dried Flowers, who shares her selects for stylish yet practical farm gear that she personally uses while busy harvesting at Full Belly Farm. Well known for pioneering the Northern California field-to-vase movement, Hannah is no stranger to getting her hands dirty and knowing the type of quality gear needed when working in a fast-pace seasonally driven industry.

The 11 Best Long-Lasting Perennials You Can Enjoy Year After Year - southernliving.com - Cuba - county Garden
southernliving.com
28.06.2024 / 19:11

The 11 Best Long-Lasting Perennials You Can Enjoy Year After Year

Want to grow perennials that have a long blooming period in your garden? Long-lasting perennials add color, height, and texture to the landscape. And equally important, many perennials provide important food sources for beneficial insects and pollinators, such as bees, butterflies, and birds. Perennials can take some time to get established in the garden and the first year, they're typically focused on growing roots. They grow faster in the second and third year and you can enjoy them each year.

Stephanie’s Wildlife Haven in New Hampshire - finegardening.com
finegardening.com
26.06.2024 / 09:29

Stephanie’s Wildlife Haven in New Hampshire

Hey GPODers! No preamble from me today, Stephanie included a beautiful description with her submission so we’re jumping right in:

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.

Do a garden audit, with arnold arboretum’s rodney eason - awaytogarden.com - state Pennsylvania - state Maine - county Garden
awaytogarden.com
22.06.2024 / 20:39

Do a garden audit, with arnold arboretum’s rodney eason

NOBODY WANTS to get the IRS notice in the mail that they’re being audited, heaven forbid. But when it comes to gardens, Rodney Eason believes that the occasional audit is a very positive process, and encourages us to perform one on our own landscape.

Take a Tour of Pine House Edible Gardens in Oakland - sunset.com - state California - state Michigan - county Garden
sunset.com
22.06.2024 / 01:53

Take a Tour of Pine House Edible Gardens in Oakland

When one thinks about a production garden designed to yield copious amounts of vegetables and flowers, it’s not often one with perfectly manicured rows overflowing with color and paired with thoughtfully organized spaces for gathering. Practicality and function are usually the focus, not a dedication to stunning surroundings. This is where the team behind Oakland-based Pine House Edible Gardens stands out with their impeccable layout and design philosophies, showcasing the ability to implement important functional garden systems with incredible style.

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