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Hydrangeas Are Having a Great Season—Here's Why - bhg.com
bhg.com
13.07.2024 / 19:08

Hydrangeas Are Having a Great Season—Here's Why

All across the Northeast, hydrangeas are in full bloom. In fact, this year they’re having one of the most beautiful seasons we've seen in recent years—a phenomenon that’s drawing tourists, gardeners, and plant-lovers alike to visit the Northeast and New England in the hopes of seeing the photo-worthy landscapes firsthand.

New Zealand Wants to Tax Cow Burps and Farts - modernfarmer.com - New Zealand
modernfarmer.com
13.07.2024 / 11:25

New Zealand Wants to Tax Cow Burps and Farts

As of last summer, the island nation of New Zealand was home to 6.3 million head of dairy cattle, up 82 percent over the last two decades. The country also holds 3.8 million beef cattle, 800,000 deer and a whopping 26.8 million head of sheep. That’s a lot of livestock for a country of about five million people. 

It’s the season to add some panache to your patio - theprovince.com
theprovince.com
13.07.2024 / 11:20

It’s the season to add some panache to your patio

When the warm weather arrives, it signals the opportunity to turn attention to refreshing or reworking outdoor spaces. Here are a few ideas to effect some big or small changes so outdoor living is even more enjoyable this season.

​The Mini Pond Trend That’s Sweeping the Gardening World - jparkers.co.uk
jparkers.co.uk
13.07.2024 / 07:22

​The Mini Pond Trend That’s Sweeping the Gardening World

The gardening world has taken on sustainability with gusto. From no-mow May’s to pollinator-friendly displays, there are plenty of ways to create a haven for local wildlife in your garden.

Our friend has warned us against planting a hawthorn boundary hedge. What can we use instead? - irishtimes.com - Ireland
irishtimes.com
13.07.2024 / 05:45

Our friend has warned us against planting a hawthorn boundary hedge. What can we use instead?

Q: We were planning on using a native hawthorn as a boundary hedge around our country garden. But a friend has warned us off it, saying that there’s a disease spreading throughout Europe that’s killing hawthorn trees and hedges. Should we use something else instead? Kate H, Co Wicklow

Discover the magic of a rewilded garden - themiddlesizedgarden.co.uk
themiddlesizedgarden.co.uk
13.07.2024 / 05:43

Discover the magic of a rewilded garden

When the rewilded garden by Urquhart & Hunt won ‘Best in Show’ at RHS Chelsea in 2002, it triggered a debate about whether rewilding could be called gardening at all.

SC Fruit and Vegetable Field Report – July 1, 2024 - hgic.clemson.edu
hgic.clemson.edu
13.07.2024 / 01:25

SC Fruit and Vegetable Field Report – July 1, 2024

We hope everyone has a safe and happy Independence Day later this week!

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.

Skewering the Globe: Celebrating World Kabob Day with Flavor and Safety - hgic.clemson.edu
hgic.clemson.edu
12.07.2024 / 20:55

Skewering the Globe: Celebrating World Kabob Day with Flavor and Safety

World Kabob Day is a culinary celebration that unites food enthusiasts around the globe. It’s a day dedicated to the rich, diverse flavors of kabobs, a dish that transcends cultures and brings a piece of culinary art to our plates. Kabobs, with their origins tracing back to various parts of the world, including the Middle East and South Asia, are more than just skewered meats and vegetables; they are a testament to culinary creativity and cultural fusion.

Biden Aims to Bring More Farmers Online - modernfarmer.com - Usa - state Texas - state California - state Idaho - state Montana - state Colorado - state Arizona - state Arkansas - state Alaska - state New Mexico
modernfarmer.com
12.07.2024 / 14:39

Biden Aims to Bring More Farmers Online

With high-tech farming machinery that relies on wireless connections, alongside the ever-growing online opportunities for farmers—such as interacting with potential partners and buyers and the ability to sell products to a wider array of consumers—connectivity is becoming more and more important for modern-day farming. 

The high line’s naturalistic gardening lessons, with richard hayden - awaytogarden.com - Netherlands - New York
awaytogarden.com
12.07.2024 / 13:15

The high line’s naturalistic gardening lessons, with richard hayden

IT’S ONE of the best-known naturalistic gardens anywhere, and yet it’s perched in the most unnatural spot imaginable, 30 feet high above New York City traffic on an abandoned elevated railway line. The High Line on Manhattan’s West Side is celebrating the 15th anniversary of the opening of its first section, years that have been filled with expert lessons on gardening in this looser, nature-inspired style.

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