- Veg Plotting :
The PR Files: Getting the Chelsea Look
My inbox is currently flooded with press releases exhorting me to 'get the Chelsea look' by choosing from a set of products they've put together to cash in on&n...
- The Patient Gardener :
Lawnless and Liberated
Digging up my back lawn has been completely liberating – more liberating than I could possibly imagine.Â No longer do I have the tedium of trying to mow ...
- Andrea In This Lifetime :
Skywatch at the 5th Floor Window
These are some of the dry season sunsets in our 36Â°C hot and humid tropics. Sunsets are like DNAs or fingerprints, no two sunsets are the same. They change su...
- Ewa in the Garden :
Vegetable Gardening For Beginners
There are infinite possible reasons for starting your own garden. For many, it's their love of the Earth and nature. For some, it is a resource to save money so...
- Town Mouse and Country Mouse :
Late Answer to an Unfortuna...
At this year's SF Flower and Garden Show, one exhibit stood by not featuring plants, but featuring opinions. "Wanted Weeds" had reams of paper for people to com...
- Plants and Stone :
Thunder, Lightening and Lots Of Rain
For two days starting in mid to late afternoon and into the night we have been treated to thunder lightening and rain, lots of rain. Any plastic pai...
- Jean's Garden :
A Garden Welcome Home
I returned to Maine on Monday evening and was welcomed home by spring blooms in the garden. The last forsythia flowers are fading, and the first blooms on the b...
- Teza's Garden :
- Ink and Penstemon :
More Penstemania! Penstemon virens loo...
More Penstemania! Penstemon virens looking good in the limestone.Â ...
- A Corner Garden :
When I got on Facebook today, I saw that Gail was posting about Wildflower Wednesday. It seems like we just had one, so the month has gone by quickly for ...
- Gardening With Greggo :
Wildflower Wednesday May 2012
The third Wednesday of the month brings us the Wildflower Wednesday meme. Gail at Clay and Limestone shares this day on her blogsite. Go there and share y...
- Alternative Eden :
Chelsea 2013: Great Pavillion
Whilst the show gardens grab most of the attention and headlines, the Great Pavilion is home to a far wider range of plants and smaller displays.The displays co...
- Digging :
We knew that the screech owl in our owl box was raising at least one chick and that it was getting big. Mama owl had moved out but was still roosting nearby, as...
- May Dreams Gardens :
Wildflower Wednesday: Where's the Baptisia?
Let's play a new gardening game called "Where's the Baptisia". Baptisia australis, which has the common name of Blue False Indigo, is a native flower...
- Roses And Other Gardening Joys :
You either love it or hate it. Â Personally, I love it. I fell in love with David Austin's Charles Darwin rose the first moment I saw its large, full bloom...
- Experiments With Plants :
Paeonies (22 MAY 2013)
In the garden of my childhood, the compost pile between the neighbours' fence and the garden shed was a definite no-go area. At the time, I wasnât convinced t...
- ESTHERS BORING GARDEN BLOG :
NOT READING YOUR BLOGS
You may have noticed I'm not visiting your blogs much. This is because I've decided to reform and tidy the house instead and, on the grounds that the garden is ...
- Catharine Howard's Garden Blog :
Best/worst front gardens ...
This garden disqualifies itself from the ratings for having no hammock opportunities to speak of. Â It is here for the door and the would-be hollyhocks. Â Nil p...
- Secrets Of A Seed Scatterer :
My Wednesdays Are Never Wordless
Byzantine Emperor and a Solar Light Â The Brug behind has a fat bud. I can hardly wait. Petunias in the background will get a haircut soon. Â My old Li...
- Three Dogs In A Garden :
The Garden in Early May
In some respects, the garden seems to have been holding its breath and waiting for the right moment. The first days of mid-May were hot and sunny, but there was...
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