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Monty's month of flowers: jobs for the July garden - gardenersworld.com
gardenersworld.com
01.07.2024 / 10:53

Monty's month of flowers: jobs for the July garden

By midsummer, the flower borders are a riot of colour. It’s an ideal time to take stock, deciding which areas look good and which need plants moving or adding to create the best summer displays. Flowering plants such as dahlias, sweet peas and roses will benefit from regular feeding at this time of year, while deadheading will help to keep many plants flowering longer. It’s also time to prepare for seasons to come, by sowing biennials and planting autumn-flowering bulbs.

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…

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.

7 Interior Design Mistakes Pros See All the Time, Plus How to Fix Them - thespruce.com
thespruce.com
28.06.2024 / 14:13

7 Interior Design Mistakes Pros See All the Time, Plus How to Fix Them

Interior design mistakes run the gamut from problems like imperfectly laid flooring (hello, tripping hazards) to lesser issues like getting the wrong size living room rug. Even if you can't quite put your finger on what's feeling wrong in a certain space, it'll likely stem from the most typical faux pas.

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 6 Best Raised Garden Beds of 2024: What We Use and Love - savvygardening.com
savvygardening.com
27.06.2024 / 21:35

The 6 Best Raised Garden Beds of 2024: What We Use and Love

Raised garden beds are an excellent choice for gardeners looking to enhance their growing space. The best raised garden beds offer benefits, such as improved soil conditions, better pest control, and easier maintenance. Our expertise at Savvy Gardening stems from years of hands-on gardening in raised beds and thorough research, ensuring that our recommendations are practical and reliable. We’ve narrowed our favorites to a list of six. We meticulously evaluated various factors, including durability, material quality,

The plants that stole the show at this year's Chelsea Flower Show | House & Garden - houseandgarden.co.uk - China
houseandgarden.co.uk
25.06.2024 / 09:13

The plants that stole the show at this year's Chelsea Flower Show | House & Garden

This year Chelsea Flower Show was full of interesting trees and shrubs with lots of dreamy woodland-edge planting in dappled light underneath leafy canopies. Native trees such as hawthorns, hazels and silver birch were the favoured choices in many of the show gardens, with a mixture of native and non-native ornamental plants selected for resilience and sustainability. In Ula Maria’s Forest Bathing Garden, white foxgloves, cow parsley and other umbellifers like Baltic parsley (Cenolophium denudatum) and valerian (Valeriana officinalis) were mixed with the simple shade-loving grass Melica altissima ‘Alba’ while Tom Stuart-Smith showcased intricate tapestries of interesting foliage in different shapes and textures. In other gardens, orange was a popular colour in many shades, from deep rusty orange irises to pale orange geums, especially in Ann Marie-Powell’s exuberant Octavia Hill Garden. As always, the Grand Pavilion is the ideal place to discover new and interesting plants showcased by some of the country’s leading nurseries.

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