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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.’

The 12 Best Tomato Companion Plants For Your Best Crop Ever - southernliving.com
southernliving.com
28.06.2024 / 20:05

The 12 Best Tomato Companion Plants For Your Best Crop Ever

Companion planting is the centuries-old practice of pairing plants in the garden that benefit one another. Our gardens function as interconnected communities, with different plants providing unique services. Some plants attract beneficial insects, others ward off pests, while some enhance soil health. Anyone who’s grown tomatoes knows they are heavy feeders, and often plagued by foliar diseases and a diversity of insect pests. They certainly stand to benefit from tomato companion plants that promote healthier plants and increased yields.

How a Designer Would Redecorate Your Patio Under $200 - thespruce.com - state California
thespruce.com
28.06.2024 / 14:13

How a Designer Would Redecorate Your Patio Under $200

Is your patio currently a cluttered mess? It’s time for a makeover that won’t blow your budget. To optimize patio time, you’ll want to create a clean, comfortable spot.    We turned to Heather Knight-Willcock, an interior designer based in Long Beach, California, for her advice on redecorating a patio without dropping a ton of cash. As an expert for ShopGoodwill.com, Knight-Willcock is well-versed in seeking the best deals, and shopping with an eye for budget-friendly and second-hand options.  Here’s how Knight-Willcock would decorate a patio for under $200—and how you can, too. 

In the Garden: Refresh and repurpose container plantings with these new pruning trends - theprovince.com - Germany - Japan - county Garden
theprovince.com
28.06.2024 / 13:15

In the Garden: Refresh and repurpose container plantings with these new pruning trends

In January I visited the world’s largest horticultural show in Essen, Germany, and came away with some great take-aways, but I was especially impressed with the significant trend of pruning, training and grafting certain plants into new and unusual forms.

The 12 Best Fast-Growing Evergreen Shrubs, According To Experts - southernliving.com - Usa - Cuba - state Delaware
southernliving.com
28.06.2024 / 03:07

The 12 Best Fast-Growing Evergreen Shrubs, According To Experts

Planting fast-growing evergreen shrubs in your landscape is an easy way to create a privacy screen, reduce noise, and add beauty to your space. Evergreens provide year-long foliage so you don't have to worry about losing leaves in the late fall and winter seasons. Plus, many evergreen shrubs are native to the Southern region and provide food and habitat for bees and birds. Consider these expert recommendations for fast-growing evergreen shrubs to grow in your yard.

The best summer honeysuckles for scent | House & Garden - houseandgarden.co.uk
houseandgarden.co.uk
25.06.2024 / 09:13

The best summer honeysuckles for scent | House & Garden

Honeysuckle (Lonicera periclymenum) is one of the easiest plants to find in the wild, since its strong, sweet scent hangs on the air. Native to most of Europe, it is a common sight and smell in our woodlands and hedgerows in summer, twining itself around trees and scrub and luring a wide variety of wildlife. In A Midsummer Night's Dream, Oberon describes Titania's sleeping place as 'quite overcanopied with luscious woodbine'. It is certainly a plant fit for a queen, since each of the flowerheads resembles a crown of cream and gold, formed of a ring of tubular blooms.

​Are Daffodils the Same as Narcissus? Everything You Need to Know - jparkers.co.uk
jparkers.co.uk
24.06.2024 / 21:44

​Are Daffodils the Same as Narcissus? Everything You Need to Know

Over the years, daffodils and narcissus have become confused with each other. Even the most experienced gardeners can get muddled. Some varieties are sold as daffodils, some as narcissus. I’ve even been asked if narcissus are just smaller daffodils. Well, we’re here to set the record straight! Are daffodils the same as narcissus?

10 of the Best Tall Indoor Plants to Grow - gardenersworld.com
gardenersworld.com
24.06.2024 / 11:13

10 of the Best Tall Indoor Plants to Grow

House plants bring an extra dimension to your home. Many have evergreen foliage that adds colour and texture, and they create a natural atmosphere that helps promote feelings of calm. Tall house plants are ideal to add structural elements to a room and define the style of the space. With the huge amount of choice that’s now available, you can opt for the dramatic impact of a plant with bold foliage, such as the fiddle leaf fig, or go for a softer look with the wispy fronds of the asparagus fern or the cascading leaves of the ponytail palm.

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