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The best garden forks in 2024 - gardenersworld.com
gardenersworld.com
13.07.2024 / 03:39

The best garden forks in 2024

You can’t even begin to garden without the proper preparation of your soil. Well-maintained, aerated soil is necessary for your plants to be as strong and as healthy as possible. However, this is often quite a daunting task, requiring soil to be rejuvenated through loosening and turning over. Forks make this easy – they’re one of the simplest but most effective tools in the garden. Not only are they great for cultivating and getting areas of soil ready for planting & sowing, they’re also designed to easily lift and transplant plants. There are several different types of forks, and most people’s go-to is a digging fork. However, these forks can be unwieldy, and ill suited to smaller areas of the garden like borders. They can also be a  little too clumsy for more delicate tasks like transplanting plants and harvesting from raised beds. Border forks offer an easy alternative. A  little smaller and narrower than digging forks, they’re great for getting into tight spots without compromising on strength or efficiency. They offer a finesse that makes them great for weeding, or lifting clumps of perennials from cramped borders. Their lightness also helps if you have mobility issues, or if you lack strength and stamina. A good border fork turns all of the above from a backbreaker into a breeze. It should be indispensable; a lifetime companion in the garden.

This is the otherworldly flower that got me hooked on gardening. But here’s the reality of growing them - irishtimes.com
irishtimes.com
13.07.2024 / 03:09

This is the otherworldly flower that got me hooked on gardening. But here’s the reality of growing them

One of the first things to get me hooked on gardening was an illustration of delphiniums in full bloom. The otherworldly beauty of their soaring flower spires in shades of peacock, sky and electric violet was mesmerising and I coveted them instantly. Too many decades later I feel the same way, except now I know how difficult they are to grow well.

Gardening with pleasure: the best garden centres - gardencentreguide.co.uk - Britain - city London - county Garden
gardencentreguide.co.uk
13.07.2024 / 03:07

Gardening with pleasure: the best garden centres

Gardening is not just a hobby, it is a way of life that allows us to get closer to nature. In our country, only 50 no deposit free spins in casinos can compete in terms of popularity with gardening, which has a special place in the hearts of millions of people. The history of British gardening goes back centuries, and this activity continues to attract more and more enthusiasts. In this article, we take a look at the best garden centres in the UK that offer a wide range of plants and gardening products, high quality service and many additional services. Whatever your preferences and level of expertise, you are sure to find something useful and interesting for you.

How to Grow and Care for Fothergilla - gardenerspath.com - Usa - Britain
gardenerspath.com
13.07.2024 / 02:16

How to Grow and Care for Fothergilla

How to Grow and Care for Fothergilla Fothergilla spp.

The Small World of a Japanese-Style Courtyard Garden - finegardening.com - Canada - Japan - county Garden - county Ontario
finegardening.com
12.07.2024 / 22:22

The Small World of a Japanese-Style Courtyard Garden

Hi GPODers! Today we’ve got an incredible garden story from a frequent GPOD contributor that is a demonstration of how magically small our big world can be. Bas Suharto has previously shown off gardens he has designed and built (check out some of those submissions: Building a Garden With Bas and Building a Japanese-Inspired Garden) as well as his own incredible home gardens (Parterre Garden in Ottawa and A Japanese-Style Garden in Ottawa). But the garden in this most recent submission caught Bas’ eye long before he was asked to lend a helping hand the space.

GPOD on the Road: Fort Worth Botanic Garden - finegardening.com - France - Japan - state Texas
finegardening.com
12.07.2024 / 16:27

GPOD on the Road: Fort Worth Botanic Garden

Happy Friday GPODers! We’re on the road again, this time seeing a slice of an expansive botanic garden in Texas with Frances Watson.

California Farmworkers Embark on 335-Mile March for Voting Rights - modernfarmer.com - Usa - state California
modernfarmer.com
12.07.2024 / 16:21

California Farmworkers Embark on 335-Mile March for Voting Rights

Around 500 farmworkers took their first steps today in a march for voting rights that will take the participants 335 miles across the state of California over 24 days. 

The Best Garden Spades in 2024 - gardenersworld.com
gardenersworld.com
12.07.2024 / 13:16

The Best Garden Spades in 2024

From novices to experts, all gardeners need a trusty spade and they’re often the first tool that gardeners will buy when starting out. These staples of the shed are invaluable and can help with dozens of jobs around the garden. Digging spades are the most common style of spade and are the go-to spade for beginners but there are also several other styles and models of spades, which are designed with particular jobs in mind.

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.’

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.

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