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Garden Rant

Uprooting the Gardening World

Latest Post: September 25, 2020
Visiting DC Gardens and Memorials in Covid Times

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I hadn’t been downtown DC since last year, so with glorious September weather upon us, I was determined to go. But I’m not using public transportation unless I absolutely have to, so taking the usual subway right is not an option – until further notice. Then a friend who’d driven downtown for a...
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Digging

Gardening wisely & beautifully in a hot climate

Latest Post: September 25, 2020
Houston Botanic Garden’s surprising cactus garden and more...

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Sunset-hued boulders stacked into low walls hold gravelly soil for dry-loving plants at Houston Botanic Garden's cactus garden.… Read More The post Houston Botanic Garden’s surprising cactus garden and more – part 2 appeared first on Digging .
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Garden Therapy

DIY Garden Projects, Yummy Recipes, & Crafty Goodness

Latest Post: September 25, 2020
How to Grow Peppers + Sweet, Spicy, and Full of Flavour

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Heat lovers rejoice, it’s time to get spicy! Growing your own peppers is a unique way to enjoy the love of spice. With so many varieties available, you can have your very own unique pepper garden.... Please see the full article on https://GardenTherapy.ca
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clay and limestone

Wildflower Gardening In Middle Tennessee

Latest Post: September 23, 2020
Wildflower Wednesday: Partidge Pea, a Fabulous Fabaceae...

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 I love plants that make a big show and Chamaecrista fasciculata/ Partridge Pea out did itself this year. I scattered seed (with inoculant) a few years ago and it's grown from a few plants to a large and floriferously beautiful patch. If you want a long blooming plant (mid June to today) that also...
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clay and limestone

Wildflower Gardening In Middle Tennessee

Latest Post: September 23, 2020
Wildflower Wednesday: Partidge Pea, a Fabulous Fabaceae...

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 I love plants that make a big show and Chamaecrista fasciculata/ Partridge Pea out did itself this year. I scattered seed (with inoculant) a few years ago and it's grown from a few plants to a large and floriferously beautiful patch. If you want a long blooming plant (mid June to today) that also...
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Natural Gardening

Latest Post: September 21, 2020
I’m now wishing the beans were finished

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 My fall plantings aren’t doing so well — seeded spinach, beets, and arugula are absent.  Who knows what happened there?  Here’s a photo from earlier in the summer in more robust times, with beans, squash, and tomatoes doing well. Some of the spinach and lettuce transplants are doing OK, but the...
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Growing with plants

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

Latest Post: September 19, 2020
Windcliff, by Daniel J. Hinkey

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I’ll admit it, I was a Heronista. There is hardly a plants person who hasn’t been influenced by Daniel Hinkley, his Heronswood Nursery, his...
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Shawna Coronado

Making a Difference Every Day

Latest Post: September 14, 2020
How to Grow Daffodils in Your Garden

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Learn how to grow daffodils in your garden. Daffodil bulbs are easy to plant and make a lovely statement in bulb gardens and perennial beds alike. The post How to Grow Daffodils in Your Garden appeared first on Shawna Coronado .
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Studio G, Garden Design & Landscape Inspiration

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

Latest Post: September 10, 2020
How to Select Bulbs for a Spring Cutting Garden

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As I am creating my own spring bulb cutting garden this year, I have written down some tips to help you choose your own bulbs. The goal here is to grow your own materials for beautiful spring floral arrangements for your home while also creating a pretty display in your garden. The post How to...
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Chiot's Run

A chronicle of an organic life.

Latest Post: September 9, 2020
The Pollinator Bed

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Last year I started a pollinator bed in an awkward spot by the driveway. It looked OK last year, but it was mostly weeding and watching the space for sun. This year I moved a ton of mature perennials to the bed from the nursery area and it has really filled out. Here are photos […] No related posts.
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Your Small Kitchen Garden

For kitchen gardeners with limited space

Latest Post: September 5, 2020
The Ultimate Small Kitchen Cleaning Guide

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Spending more time at home may compel you to do some much needed organization and cleaning. You’re likely be finding yourself in the kitchen more ... Read more The post The Ultimate Small Kitchen Cleaning Guide appeared first on SmallKitchenGarden .
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