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Natural Gardening

Latest Post: June 20, 2019
Cornus canadensis (Bunchberry)

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Such a lovely plant!  It was in flower along the river walking path from Rimouski this morning. I also enjoyed the abundant Royal Fern, along with all of the other ferns that look great right now.
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Gardening Gone Wild

your weekly infusion of garden passion

Latest Post: June 20, 2019
12 Tips on How To Use Color Effectively In The Garden

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There are several elements that make up a well thought out landscape: they include structure, shape, texture, scent, and movement. But for the majority of us home gardeners, the first element we take into consideration when designing our own personal paradise is color. Thanks to renowned garden...
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Digging

Gardening wisely & beautifully in a hot climate

Latest Post: June 19, 2019
Moon flowers and sun flowers

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Night-blooming datura greeted me when the sun went down. As dusk fell, it unfurled platter-sized, white blossoms with a lemony fragrance. Moths and other night pollinators, here's your welcome mat.… Read More The post Moon flowers and sun flowers appeared first on Digging .
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Garden Therapy

DIY Garden Projects, Yummy Recipes, & Crafty Goodness

Latest Post: June 19, 2019
Learn How to Prune like a Pro! Pruning 101

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Pruning is a fun garden task but it can be daunting to get started with. For some people it is the gardening version of public speaking – terrifying! Fear the secateurs no more, my friends. We are... Please see the full article on https://GardenTherapy.ca
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Chiot's Run

A chronicle of an organic life.

Latest Post: June 19, 2019
Spring Cutworms

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Cutworms are one of those annoying garden pests. They can decimate freshly transplanted seedlings in a few days. Last year, they killed all of my cucumbers, twice over. This year they seem partial to my beets and purple basil. Each morning, I head out to patrol the garden to look for the telltale...
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Garden Rant

Uprooting the Gardening World

Latest Post: June 19, 2019
A Spring for the Ages; Endurance, Rainfall, Beauty, Raw...

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Yeah, that’s about describes my Spring.  Yours? It all started with a misguided nod to appear on our Township’s Garden Tour. Did this sometime last Winter.  I’d been drinking. When our garden didn’t appear on the first draft of the flyer, did I take it as a sign? Nope. A smart person would have...
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clay and limestone

Wildflower Gardening In Middle Tennessee

Latest Post: June 18, 2019
A Gentle Giant for Pollinator Week

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To help celebrate Pollinator Week I am republishing this post from 2015 on Eastern Carpenter Bees/Xylocopa virginica. I've added a few details and refreshed some photos. I hope you enjoy it! xoxogail  There's probably no other bee that arouses irritation quite like this gentle giant. Just search...
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clay and limestone

Wildflower Gardening In Middle Tennessee

Latest Post: June 18, 2019
A Gentle Giant for Pollinator Week

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To help celebrate Pollinator Week I am republishing this post from 2015 on Eastern Carpenter Bees/Xylocopa virginica. I've added a few details and refreshed some photos. I hope you enjoy it! xoxogail  There's probably no other bee that arouses irritation quite like this gentle giant. Just search...
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Growing with plants

Gardening tips,garden design, organic gardening, cut flower ideas,...

Latest Post: June 17, 2019
A New Garden Blooms, a Career Adjustment, and My 2019...

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I could just call this post "June in Rain" as we here in the northeast are experiencing what may be the wettest and coolest spring ever. Not that the plant's mind at all, for them, this wet weather without the high, humid temperatures is like living in Seattle. Thank goodness too, as this year -...
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Studio G, Garden Design & Landscape Inspiration

Garden design & landscape inspiration, gardens inspiration, Outdoor...

Latest Post: June 16, 2019
My simple and easy foxglove planting strategy with Gilmour

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Do you ever have that feeling like the universe is trying to send you a message and you notice it, but then you are like ‘nah -universes don’t send messages to people, that is dumb’? I think the universe is trying to tell me plant lots of foxgloves.  Is that dumb? I posted earlier this […] The...
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Serenity in the Garden

A garden blog about plants, gardens, landscape design ideas and...

Latest Post: June 13, 2019
White in the Garden

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Here's a tip:  white flowers are a STAND OUT! Who would think that simple white flowers would be so remarkable? Amidst green foliage and gray skies white petalled flowers sparkle and shine to such a degree that you have to smile ...and I am not the first to discover white's compelling brilliance....
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my Gardening 411

Latest Post: June 10, 2019
Create Something Wonderful In Your Garden

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If your garden is like so many others, then it is likely a nightmare to try and walk into. The grass is growing everywhere, there are weeds for miles, and sorting it out is not on […]
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Shawna Coronado

Making a Difference Every Day

Latest Post: June 4, 2019
Angelonia or Summer Snapdragon Growing Tips

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Angelonias are a remarkably drought tolerant and low-maintenance annual. They are often called summer snapdragons because they resemble a snapdragon in their upright habit; however, they hold up better in heat and drought than snapdragons. They flower most of the spring, summer, and on into the...
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Plants are the Strangest People

PATSP is a long-winded, intermittently humorous blog which is mostly...

Latest Post: June 1, 2019
Announcements

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One: the article I mentioned writing last year for the Old Farmer's Almanac Garden Guide is out; print copies have been available on their website for a few months. I've also heard of print copies being available in actual stores, though I have yet to witness this in the wild. Two: you've probably...
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