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How to Grow and Care for Nodding Onions (Lady’s Leek) - gardenerspath.com - Usa - county Hardy
gardenerspath.com
26.06.2024 / 16:45

How to Grow and Care for Nodding Onions (Lady’s Leek)

How to Grow and Care for Nodding Onions (Lady’s Leek) Allium cernuum

‘Ambassador’ Allium: A Towering Beauty for the Early Summer Garden - finegardening.com - state North Carolina
finegardening.com
15.05.2024 / 04:11

‘Ambassador’ Allium: A Towering Beauty for the Early Summer Garden

I have grown alliums for their stunning architectural form for years, but one is by far my favorite: ‘Ambassador’. Although its bulb is related to garlic, onions, and shallots, this ornamental garden variety is a show-stopper. There are many other allium cultivars out there, ranging in size, color, and form, but ‘Ambassador’ rises to the top of my list for a lot of reasons.

Brian Minter: Seattle's Northwest Flower and Garden Festival is just around the corner - theprovince.com - state Washington
theprovince.com
27.02.2024 / 17:25

Brian Minter: Seattle's Northwest Flower and Garden Festival is just around the corner

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Create your oasis: the relaxation corner in your garden - gardencentreguide.co.uk
gardencentreguide.co.uk
27.02.2024 / 14:09

Create your oasis: the relaxation corner in your garden

The first step in creating a relaxation corner in your garden is to carefully choose the location. Find a quiet and secluded area where you can escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Whether it's under the shade of a tree, nestled in a corner with tall plants for privacy, or near the soothing sound of a water feature, the right spot sets the tone for your oasis. Take into account the natural elements such as sunlight and wind direction to enhance the overall experience.

Top 10 Alliums to Grow for Summer - jparkers.co.uk
jparkers.co.uk
09.01.2024 / 11:57

Top 10 Alliums to Grow for Summer

Early summer displays simply aren't the same without alliums. Their spherical shape and vivid colours welcome early summer with gusto, adding texture and height to your borders.  These blooms reappear year after year, too! Great for those on a budget. Wondering which to grow in your gardens? Here are our top 10 alliums to grow for summer.  Image In order: Mount Everest, Violet Beauty, Millenium, and sphaerocephalon

21 Tall Plants for Living Room Corner Ideas - balconygardenweb.com
balconygardenweb.com
14.09.2023 / 08:17

21 Tall Plants for Living Room Corner Ideas

If you have a bland corner in your home that you want to get rid of, here are some of the Tall Plants for Living Room Corner Ideas you can try!

3 Designer Tips for Decorating Empty Corners in Any Bedroom - thespruce.com
thespruce.com
25.08.2023 / 12:29

3 Designer Tips for Decorating Empty Corners in Any Bedroom

Is there an awkward, empty corner in your bedroom that continues to bother you? While rooms certainly shouldn't be jam-packed with furniture, we understand the desire to make the most of the square footage your bedroom has to offer, particularly if it's on the smaller side. Maybe you've considered a few different ways that you can transform this corner but nothing has felt quite right.

Overwintering alliums 2016: garlic and onions - theunconventionalgardener.com
theunconventionalgardener.com
21.08.2023 / 12:04

Overwintering alliums 2016: garlic and onions

When I clear the next bed it will be time to plant the overwintering onions. I choose to plant my onions in the autumn for two reasons; the first is that I like having the beds filled overwinter. It’s nicer than having a bare garden to look at. The second is that they are harvestable about a month earlier in the summer, which means their bed is available for replanting a month earlier, and that works for me.

Edible perennial alliums, part 1 - theunconventionalgardener.com
theunconventionalgardener.com
21.08.2023 / 11:55

Edible perennial alliums, part 1

We’ve been making a lot of progress in the garden this year, including processing many of the plants in pots that travelled from the old garden, and were waiting to find a permanent home. Some have moved on yet again, to a friend’s garden. Some pots were filled with nothing but weeds, and have been emptied into the green waste bin. As the clutter subsides, it’s easier to keep track of what I’ve got, and where it is. One of the pots that has resurfaced from the chaos holds ‘Minogue’s Onion’, a slightly mysterious species that was given to me by the late Patrick Whitefield. He described it in Permaculture Magazine a few years ago, but never uncovered its scientific name. It’s a perennial allium with the flattened leaves of a garlic, and forms a clump of strongly-flavoured (he said) salad onions in the winter. In the summer it forms small, round bulbs, which you harvest by digging up the clump and replanting a few to allow it to continue. They don’t need peeling, apparently, which sounds appealing. The plant is supposed to die back in summer; mine hasn’t yet. I have never seen it flower; I don’t think it does.

Quick Facts about Allium christophii - gardenerstips.co.uk - Iran
gardenerstips.co.uk
01.08.2023 / 14:59

Quick Facts about Allium christophii

Allium christophii, common name Star of Persia or Persian onion. Perhaps they have dropped the religious ‘h’  to become Allium cristophii as a nod to the Iranian roots.

Leeks and Pot Leeks - gardenerstips.co.uk
gardenerstips.co.uk
01.08.2023 / 14:48

Leeks and Pot Leeks

I first went to a Leek show in the North East one September about 40 years ago and the Pot Leeks on show were really something to behold. It is an art, a science and a bit of black magic that helps create a show stopper in this region renown for its prize leeks. Pot leek exhibition standards require a blanch of up to 6†which can give a circumference of 28″. Intermediates are up to 14″ blanched length and Long leeks are anything in excess of this.

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