Gardening resolutions for 2018 – Limerick Leader


Limerick Leader

Gardening resolutions for 2018
Limerick Leader
Christmas is over and the New Year is approaching. With all the excitement of the festive season, the garden is often forgotten about. But it is a great time to start making some garden resolutions for next year. Looking back on 2017 it was another
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The Rubber Tree – a popular plant for container gardening – Progress Index

The Rubber Tree – a popular plant for container gardening
Progress Index
The Rubber Tree plant (Ficus elastica) is frequently grown in containers in homes and office buildings. The genus Ficus belongs to the family of Mulberry plants, Moracea. Ficus plants are native to China, India, Indonesia and Japan. Ficus elastica

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Purple fruit and veg

Three of the most exciting varieties come in the trendsetters’ favourite colour…

Gardening is an act of perpetual optimism. Even in the cold sogginess of winter our minds are focused on the future as we plan for sunnier days ahead. The new year is a chance to take stock in the garden and experiment with fresh ideas, so here are three new edible introductions to liven up your fruit and veg patch.

If you believe trend forecasters, ultra violet is the colour of 2018. Now it’s probably complete coincidence, but three of the most exciting fruit and veg varieties in the seed catalogues right now also happen to come in this dazzling shade. Having trialled all three this summer, I can confirm that they taste as good as they look. The best bit? Their eye-catching shade is provided by a group of naturally occurring botanical pigments called anthocyanins, which share a range of intriguing health benefits. So it’s a win-win all round.

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Looking ahead: Trends predicted for world of gardening – AG Week


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Looking ahead: Trends predicted for world of gardening
AG Week
The Garden Media Group issued their annual Garden Trends Report, predicting the hot topics, major goals and concerns for the upcoming year in the world of gardening. Additional Articles Recommended by Agweek. Commentary: ND deer hunters vent their
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This week’s gardening tips: vegetables to plant during January and gardening resolutions – NOLA.com


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This week's gardening tips: vegetables to plant during January and gardening resolutions
NOLA.com
A few gardening resolutions: Pick more garden flowers for indoor vases; show a child the wonders of gardening; read a new gardening book; attend as many educational gardening opportunities as possible; try a new plant; correct landscape problems and

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Gardeners’ beatitudes: New Year’s reflections on the joys of digging in the dirt – NOLA.com


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Gardeners' beatitudes: New Year's reflections on the joys of digging in the dirt
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As the New Year approaches, I reflect — don't we all? Gardening has always been a big part of my life, and I have truly enjoyed it. I don't think I could have made a better career decision. I have met the most wonderful and amazing people through the
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Readers’ gardening resolutions reflect a commitment to being more environmentally friendly – Virginian-Pilot


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Readers' gardening resolutions reflect a commitment to being more environmentally friendly
Virginian-Pilot
Theresa Augustin, director of environmental outreach and engagement at Norfolk Botanical Garden, works at a great big, wonderful garden. But she hopes to spend more personal gardening time, too. “I have a couple of resolutions which tend to be the same

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Seeds must: make a sowing plan now, and reap the benefits once winter is over

There’s not a whole lot going on in the garden right now, but that’s no reason to put your feet up entirely: plot your plan of action for next year

I am a seed catalogue junkie. I used to go to bed with my favourites and highlight all my desires, even though I don’t have space for even half of them. These days, however, when you can order online, print versions seem a waste of paper. But I make an exception for Chiltern Seed Catalogue, which offers the world in seed form, from trees to tiny alpines and everything in between; and Kitazawa Seeds, the oldest such company in the US, which sells Asian vegetables and is heavenly in every way, from its yellow paper to its delightful drawings.

Highly desirable, hard-to-produce and rare seeds sell out early, so get your order in as soon as possible, ideally by the end of February; a night in with the catalogues is perfect for long winter evenings. The Real Seed catalogue is my go-to for vegetables, but, being a small independent, sells out of the best stuff early. Edwin Tuckers is one of the oldest independents in Britain and has seed for both kitchen and market gardens, including very old varieties. Pennard Plants has the wittiest seed packets and is a good source of heirloom finds. For chillies, try Simpson’s Seed And Plants and Sea Spring Seeds. Franchi: Seeds Of Italy has the most generous seed amounts, and a great selection of salad leaves and basils, among other Italian delights; I love the large, bright packets, too.

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Eight of the best Instagram gardeners to follow in 2018 – Irish Times


Irish Times

Eight of the best Instagram gardeners to follow in 2018
Irish Times
For years, I've sniffed at Twitter, rolled my eyes at Facebook and snorted at Snapchat. But then just when I couldn't get any more toploftical, along came Instagram to win my heart and prove me completely wrong when it comes to the world of social

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Country diary: a nesting box, a broken window and a brooding robin

Comins Coch, Ceredigion For years the robins ignored our open invitation to take up residence above the shed door

We inherited the old garden shed when we bought the house a quarter of a century ago. Over the door, someone had fixed an open-fronted nest box of the type thought suitable for a robin but, whether it was too exposed or the aspect was wrong, no birds took up the offer of accommodation.

Eventually, while repainting the shed, I took down the box and, for want of anywhere else to put it, left it on a high shelf just inside the door. That winter, the apple tree nearby lost a branch, breaking the shed window and adding another line to the list of jobs I would never get around to.

Related: Nothing sings quite like a robin

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Gardening: New Year’s resolutions for the gardener – Saskatoon StarPhoenix


Saskatoon StarPhoenix

Gardening: New Year's resolutions for the gardener
Saskatoon StarPhoenix
If you're not a gardener, become one. Start small: plant a few bedding plants, learn what they need, figure out which are weeds (and remove them) and make it fun. The benefits of gardening are numerous. Gardening is calming, it gives you time to think

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Southern Arizona gardening enthusiasts find opportunities for friendships to bloom – Arizona Daily Star


Arizona Daily Star

Southern Arizona gardening enthusiasts find opportunities for friendships to bloom
Arizona Daily Star
After three years of attending meetings, Ecker recently entered a few roses in the mock competition. She got some awards and lots of encouragement. “They're really nice people,” Ecker says, “and they're very welcoming.” She's used the ideas she's

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Longtime gardening columnist won’t be back next year – Belleville News-Democrat


Belleville News-Democrat

Longtime gardening columnist won't be back next year
Belleville News-Democrat
This is my final gardening column. I enjoyed being invited by your questions to write answers since the spring of 1988 in the Belleville News-Democrat when Pat Kuhl, the Lifestyle editor, asked if I was interested with a gardening column. I never knew

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Island’s francophone students get gardening knowledge through … – The Journal Pioneer


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Island's francophone students get gardening knowledge through …
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Sophie Hilton and Dylan Andrews-Christian work in the garden at the early childhood centre, Les petits rayons de soleil, in Rustico, which was set up by various partners and gardening projects, including one that was funded through Farm Credit Canada's

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Gardening odds and ends as 2017 comes to a close – Huntsville Item


Huntsville Item

Gardening odds and ends as 2017 comes to a close
Huntsville Item
I am already looking forward to 2018, and perhaps making a few changes here and there in the garden. For example, I have added two new raised beds for additional vegetables, and my goal is to place a drip irrigation system in each bed. If you have been

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La Gloriosa es un exótico miembro de la familia de los lirios; una trepadora tuberosa de rápido crecimiento, que se cultiva principalmente por sus flores rosadas o rojas y sus hojas lustrosas, puntiagudas y verdes, con zarcillos en las puntas. Una de las especies más cultivadas es la Gloriosa superba, originaria de las regiones tropicales […] JARDINERO SOTOGRANDE JARDINERÍA SOTOGRANDE

‘Lasagna gardening’ teaching students the ways of nature – Times Colonist


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'Lasagna gardening' teaching students the ways of nature
Times Colonist
“Lasagna gardening” with ingredients such as rabbit poop has students at Macaulay Elementary School transforming a patch of dirt into a haven for native plants. It will also attract butterflies once it is finished, thanks to the inclusion of plants

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GARDEN MAIDEN: Snow means it’s indoor gardening time – MyWebTimes.com


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GARDEN MAIDEN: Snow means it's indoor gardening time
MyWebTimes.com
With snow falling and the ground officially frozen over, I finally focus my love for gardening on delving into successful indoor gardening. Like many of you out there, I am not nearly as savvy at indoor plants as I am working in the dirt and gambling

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