cornwall in colours: white — Cornwall in Colours

After my experiment a couple of summers ago with a white bed I decided last autumn to trial some white spring flowers in this bed. So I chose some white Narcissi, white Tulips, white Chionodoxa (Glory in the snow), some mixed blue and white Muscari and white Crocuses (Snowbunting). The crocuses ended up in the […]

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Phoenix Urban Gardening Course – Sow & Grow. Chapter 1 — Brighton and Hove Organic Gardening Group

In an attempt to prevent our members from missing out, we’re bringing Ruth’s expert Phoenix Urban Gardening Course into your homes in instalments over the coming weeks. First up: Sow & Grow: all you need to know to get those veg plants off to a roaring start! 1. WHAT should I grow? (see Planting Guide) […]

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What’s flowering in the garden 7th April 2020 -BBC Radio #SowAlong #BBCRadioSowAlong — Bramble Garden

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If you have been listening in to Gardens Hour on Wednesdays on BBC Radio Leicester, you’ll have heard our ‘ten minute tips’ recorded in Ben Jackson’s garden. I always come home and plant the same varieties in my windswept country garden. Ben’s plot is in a lovely sheltered walled garden in a village. His soil […]

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Gardening: What you’ll need to start seeds indoors — Saskatoon StarPhoenix

These uncertain times, through which many of us are “self-isolating,” offer an excellent opportunity to start some seeds. Watching them germinate, grow and produce their first “true leaves” is the height of horticultural therapy. Read More

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Wildlife Friendly Gardening — living lightly in ireland

Gosh what a week; countries on lock down from the coronavirus, the World Health Organisation calling it a pandemic, people being asked to work from home. I’m not naturally an anxious person so I’m not panicking, but we are preparing. We bought a few extra provisions (not much) and I chose not to go to […]

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Gardening: Henry Heard Marshall, prairie horticultural pioneer — Saskatoon StarPhoenix

Have you ever wondered how the Parkland series of roses came about? Who developed the ‘Starfire’ tomato? The history of the Morden chrysanthemums or coral bells? They are all the result of the plant breeding of Henry Heard Marshall, whose formal education ended in Grade 9. Read More

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Facing Climate Change: What Gardeners Need to Know — The Peterborough & Area Master Gardeners

By Sharleen Pratt, Master Gardener I recently attended a Master Gardener’s Technical Update at the Toronto Botanical Gardens. The subject was Facing Climate Change: What Gardeners Need to Know. The speakers were Dr. Jon Warland, Dr. Steven Hill and Lorraine Johnson. As we sat listening to how our climate is changing and the impacts that […]

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Sheffield PlantSwap: Putting People And Plants Together — Susan Rushton

My sweetheart has a thing about plant swaps. There are few things more likely to get him all misty eyed, other than a sweet puppy (his term for any dog of any age not in full-on attack mode) or a cowboy film where the guy gets the gal. The first time I went to a […]

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The Garden Jungle – BOOK REVIEW by Ann Guthals — Yellowstone Master Gardener Newsletter

The Garden Jungle or Gardening to Save the Planet by Dave Goulson I just finished reading what may be my favorite nature book ever and thought I’d recommend it. It’s called The Garden Jungle or Gardening to Save the Planet by Dave Goulson. I can’t say enough good things about it. The author is a […]

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Seed sowing, a departure — garden ruminations

I have been a member of the Alpine Garden Society for a very long time and every year they produce a most impressive seed list which for one reason or another, I’ve never had anything from. This year that changed, I dipped my toe into the 5621 items on the list, picked my allocation of […]

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