Winter gardening involves prep, planning – Cleveland Jewish News


Cleveland Jewish News

Winter gardening involves prep, planning
Cleveland Jewish News
Even though the soil is cold and hard, there is plenty to do to get ready for spring gardening. Bobbie Schwartz, certified landscape designer and owner of Bobbie's Green Thumb in Shaker Heights; Linda Gali, president and manager of the garden center at

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THE DIRT ON GARDENING: Every gardener has their tricks of the trade – Goshen News


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THE DIRT ON GARDENING: Every gardener has their tricks of the trade
Goshen News
A tool I/we used a lot at the garden center was a poke tool when planting baskets, urns and such. I called it a poke tool because I made it myself out of PVC pipe. A small piece of PVC capped at both ends about 5 or six inches long. Little did I know

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Gardening workshops, theater, more to do in Erie, Jan. 30 and later – GoErie.com


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Gardening workshops, theater, more to do in Erie, Jan. 30 and later
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BEST BET Watercolors exhibit The exhibit 'Watercolors on Paper' runs through Feb. 11 at Mercyhurst University's Cummings Gallery in the Mary D'Angelo Performing Arts Center lobby. The exhibit features works by local watercolorist and alum Patricia S

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Precious heritage: Victoria’s most popular gardening club turns 40 – The Weekly Times


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Precious heritage: Victoria's most popular gardening club turns 40
The Weekly Times
“In establishing the trust, we wanted to ensure that the things we have championed, such as supporting heirloom seeds, sustainable gardening methods and a strong stance against GM and hybridised plants and seeds, would continue.” And it is this

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Annual Porter County gardening show offers tips for spring – Chicago Tribune


Chicago Tribune

Annual Porter County gardening show offers tips for spring
Chicago Tribune
Penny Stroup, left, of Bristol, Ind., learns how to make a flower arrangement from Sophie Cooper, a designer with Moody Blooms, during the annual gardening show hosted by the Porter County Master Gardeners Association at the Porter County Expo Center

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Plantas que repelen los nematodos

Muchos aficionados a la jardinería han tenido inconvenientes con los nematodos que suelen atacar sus plantas. Quizás hayas intentado cultivar zanahorias, pero las mismas salieron retorcidas, o tal vez las patatas estaban repletas de verrugas. Si es así, es probable que tu jardín tenga problemas con nematodos. Continúa leyendo para aprender más sobre cómo controlar […] JARDINERO SOTOGRANDE JARDINERÍA SOTOGRANDE

Green Sanctuary group gives tips on gardening | News, Sports, Jobs … – Marietta Times


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Green Sanctuary group gives tips on gardening | News, Sports, Jobs …
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DOUG LOYER Special to the Times Cindy Brown talks with the audience during Sunday's gardening class. Gardeners are growing their knowledge while planning and waiting for this year's growing season. The Green Sanctuary Program at Marietta's First

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Green Sanctuary group gives tips on gardening – Marietta Times


Marietta Times

Green Sanctuary group gives tips on gardening
Marietta Times
Gardening for a Healthy Planet is a theme we can put into practice to some degree no matter how you garden, whether you hang out a basket of flowers, have a vegetable garden or have a pollinator strip to bring in pollinators,” explained Andrew Clovis

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Grow tiny chillies to add heat to the chilliest days

Kick off the growing season early with small-fruited and intensely flavoured pickling chillis

January means one thing to me: the start of the chilli growing season. After months of waiting, finally there’s a chance to spark something new into life. While most vegetables won’t be sown for a good couple of months, these slow-growing, tropical understorey crops need a long season to fruit well – so now is a great time to get your seed orders in. If you are looking for something new in your edible patch this year, give the flashy “super hots” a miss and try your hand at some of the incredible “pickling” varieties.

These small-fruited, intensely flavoured varieties are most commonly found in the cuisines of Latin America. While their diminutive size makes slicing and dicing them as you would a regular spice type inconveniently fiddly, embalmed whole in sweet, spiced vinegar they turn into sticky, jewelled wonders – like the savoury equivalent of a maraschino cherry. Having trialled loads of these over the years, here are my top three choices for adventurous chilli fiends out there.

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Heaven and hellebores: falling for flowers on the allotment | Allan Jenkins

Doing nothing is harder than you think. Allan Jenkins reveals how his good intentions to leave his plot fallow were undone by the lure of hellebores

I am nothing if not inconsistent. The plan was to leave the plot fallow and the home patio, too. This is new for me. I usually like to green the brown soil at the allotment, have shallot shoots, garlic and onions.

I switch the season on the window boxes at home, add winter colour to the terrace pots. But not this year (well, there was the secret broad bean sowing…) The trouble is to do with timing. How long to leave before the autumn changeover?

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Kiwanis will hear from gardening expert – Davis Enterprise – Davis Enterprise

Kiwanis will hear from gardening expert – Davis Enterprise
Davis Enterprise
Don Shor, owner of Redwood Barn Nursery, will talk about “Easy Fruit Trees for Valley Gardeners” at Thursday's noon meeting of the Kiwanis Club of Davis. The club gathers for lunch at The Symposium, 1620 E. Eighth St. “Bring your questions, as Don has

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How to grow the best currants | Alys Fowler

Black, white and red currants establish well if planted now as bareroot plants

The heady fragrance of currants as they ripen in late summer – those sharp, herbal and musky smells – permeate the air every time you brush the leaves to find the fruit below. Although these things feel distant as the garden sleeps, now is the time to get pruning and planting if you are to enjoy these summer delights.

Black, red and white currants establish well if planted now as bare-root plants (this is true for any soft fruit). These are considerably cheaper than containerised ones, so there’s an added incentive. You’ll be able to buy them until the end of February: Chris Bowers, Blackmoor and Ashridge Nurseries all have excellent mail-order services with bare-root options.

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Gardening: 5 ways to succeed with ‘boring’ conifers – the Irish News


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Gardening: 5 ways to succeed with 'boring' conifers
the Irish News
CONIFERS may have a reputation for being boring, but they add valuable colour and structure in winter. However, there are a few things to keep in mind when planting, according to plant specialist Lubera.co.uk: 1. Beware of pruning potted trees: The

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Paul Rogers’ Gardening Answers: Patience, supplementing helps houseplants offset lack of light – Worcester Telegram

Paul Rogers' Gardening Answers: Patience, supplementing helps houseplants offset lack of light
Worcester Telegram
“My houseplants are not growing. Is there anything that I can do to pep them up?” Lack of sufficient light, all by itself, is likely to be the main reason for a less than stellar performance. While the day length now extends almost a full hour over the

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Small birds expected to bounce back in annual UK count

RSPB says successful breeding season and kind weather could see many species faring well in this year’s Big Garden Birdwatch

Blue tits, great tits, greenfinches and chaffinches are set to bounce back into British gardens this winter after a successful breeding season and “relatively kind” conditions.

More than half a million people are expected to spend an hour this weekend spotting birds and other wildlife in the 39th year of the Big Garden Birdwatch, the world’s biggest wildlife survey.

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On Gardening: Pruning fig trees and others – Santa Cruz Sentinel


Santa Cruz Sentinel

On Gardening: Pruning fig trees and others
Santa Cruz Sentinel
This Red Clusterberry, in the past, has shrugged off significant pruning cuts. A common objective for pruning is to stimulate fruiting, but that is not a priority in this case. Tom Karwin — Contributed. By Tom Karwin, On Gardening. Posted: 01/25/18

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