Mountain Transplants workshops offer gardening tips to WNC newcomers – Mountain Xpress


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Mountain Transplants workshops offer gardening tips to WNC newcomers
Mountain Xpress
Gardening in the mountains can be tricky, but a Henderson County gardening workshop series offers newcomers to Western North Carolina some tips for horticultural success. The N.C. Cooperative Extension Henderson County Center's 2018 Home …

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14 ways to stretch your plant budget: Gardening with George Weigel – PennLive.com


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14 ways to stretch your plant budget: Gardening with George Weigel
PennLive.com
This Maine garden writer, speaker, and garden designer has spent a career navigating the plant business and has written a new 176-page book on her money-saving experience called, “The Budget-Wise Gardener” (from Pittsburgh-based St. Lynn's Press, …

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Is Japanese knotweed driving you wild? Don’t curse it – cook it

Alys Fowler has suggested we eat our way out of our problem with this invasive weed: sweet, savoury or in vodka, here are five ways to enjoy it

The scourge of homes and gardens, Japanese knotweed is pernicious and incredibly invasive, so much so that it needs to be disposed of carefully either at a landfill site or by burning.

But at the Hay literary festival in Wales on Tuesday, the former Gardeners’ World presenter Alys Fowler said that knotweed was delicious and that instead of destroying it, we should “eat it into submission”. The taste is bitter like rhubarb; its juicy, hollow, red and freckled stalks can can be used in savoury and sweet dishes.

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‘I like creepy things so I was really excited’: Hamilton woman gardening finds 60-year-old gravestone – Toronto Star


Toronto Star

'I like creepy things so I was really excited': Hamilton woman gardening finds 60-year-old gravestone
Toronto Star
A 60-year-old gravestone was not the discovery Julie Densham expected to make while digging up her garden to plant vegetables, but the recent find didn't spook the Crown Point resident. While working to prepare a small plot in the backyard of her home …

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052818 News at Noon: Gardening Photography – Concho valley homepage


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052818 News at Noon: Gardening Photography
Concho valley homepage
Susan Stanfield with People Plant Connection tells us about another Green Thumb Seminar, this one all about plant photography. More Stories. Beverage Cart Taken from Bentwood Country Club. When arriving at work Friday morning, Bentwood Country …

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A historian gets gardening inspiration from his subjects: US presidents – Washington Post


Washington Post

A historian gets gardening inspiration from his subjects: US presidents
Washington Post
For the past two years, Pliska has been gardening in the shadow of the presidents, converting areas around his suburban Baltimore home into growing beds for antique varieties of herbs, vegetables and flowers that would have been familiar to the nation

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Clases de sustratos

Los sustratos son tierras de cultivo que se encuentran preparadas y que se agregan al terreno cuando este presenta una carencia de nutrientes. También se puede utilizar en macetas y en jardineras. La mezcla de sustratos es equilibrada y provee un medio apropiado para el desarrollo de las plantas. Hay diferentes tipos de sustratos y […] JARDINERO SOTOGRANDE JARDINERÍA SOTOGRANDE

THE DIRT ON GARDENING: Keep these importants steps in mind when planting – Goshen News


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THE DIRT ON GARDENING: Keep these importants steps in mind when planting
Goshen News
Planting your flowers in the spring isn't “rocket science” but a little forethought goes a long way so keep these important steps in mind. Color: Whether you are planting a small garden, a large area or an urn/pot, color remains an important factor

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Growing a community in Canberra through gardening and cooking – The Canberra Times


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Growing a community in Canberra through gardening and cooking
The Canberra Times
Gardening is in the blood as Denae spent weekends and holidays on her grandparents 1200 hectare sheep and canola property at Lockhart near Albury. Now Denae and her partner, Emma, share a love of the land and gardening. They keep Araucana and …

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Japanese gardening the focus of Murrysville Woman’s Club meeting in June – Tribune-Review

Japanese gardening the focus of Murrysville Woman's Club meeting in June
Tribune-Review
A Chatham University professor will explore Japanese gardening at the next Murrysville Garden Club meeting on June 7. Adjunct professor Joshua Beblo , who holds a master's degree in landscape architecture from Penn State as well as a master's degree in …

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Pain-free gardening: How to plant, weed and harvest safely – Allentown Morning Call


Allentown Morning Call

Pain-free gardening: How to plant, weed and harvest safely
Allentown Morning Call
A: Gardening and yard work are great exercise as long as you use proper body mechanics and take appropriate steps to prevent injury. With advance preparation and correct movement, gardening not only strengthens your abdominal core, but also slims and …

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Gardening is hot with millenials right now, says master garderner – CBC.ca


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Gardening is hot with millenials right now, says master garderner
CBC.ca
When it comes to the planting season, British Columbia typically leads the country in warmer temperatures. But master gardener Brian Minter says the hotter weather being enjoyed in the Lower Mainland is now spreading across Canada. And an army of …

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A GROWING CONCERN: Tricks of the gardening trade for late spring – Peninsula Daily News

A GROWING CONCERN: Tricks of the gardening trade for late spring
Peninsula Daily News
And because the good times are ready to roll, I wanted to let all my fellow gardeners know how I roll out in the yard, and thus share with you some of my best gardening tricks of late spring. 1. Pinch and double pinch. I know so many people who really

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If you want easy and tasty, grow fruit

If it’s maximum flavour for minimum labour you are after, forget about vegetables

When it comes to the questions I get from beginner gardeners, edibles still often come out at the very top of the list in terms of “must haves” for new plots. They are also usually alongside the desire for low-maintenance schemes, which look great all year round and provide a haven for wildlife – something I can identify with 100%.

What is surprising (to me personally, at least) is the apparent far greater interest in growing vegetables over fruit. For every question I get on starting an orchard, for instance, or potting up strawberries on a patio, I would estimate there are easily five or more asking for advice on onions, spuds or carrots. It’s something that most of my mates who work in horticulture have remarked on at one point or another.

While people can be put off by the rules of pruning, these are actually simpler than you might think

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Gardens of the imagination | Allan Jenkins

Planting gardens that you know you may not witness in their full glory brings a particular kind of pleasure

There is a soundtrack to summer happiness: the dawn chorus, a squadron of swans, wings singing in unison. Sometimes it is found in silence: gardening or sitting or lying together when nothing’s said. Sometimes the thing is in absence.

We plant tulips at our beach plot in Denmark aware we’ll likely miss the flowering. We don’t get there nearly enough: a weekend every six to eight weeks or so. Sometimes the tulips will be tight in bud or the deer will have found them first. Other times, we’ll arrive to see their finished petals, tulip ghosts in the grass.

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Gardening’s benefits jibe with today’s emphasis on wellness – Longview Daily News


Longview Daily News

Gardening's benefits jibe with today's emphasis on wellness
Longview Daily News
Modern gardening isn't just about growing plants — it's part of a movement toward personal and family wellness that includes everything from diet and exercise to a clean and livable environment. "A lot of things are going on with wellness as it

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The most exciting new perennials for this gardening season – Toronto Star


Toronto Star

The most exciting new perennials for this gardening season
Toronto Star
Gardening, like all things, has its own trends. Many are past due, like dracaena in a pot surrounded by pink geraniums. Or the broad, monochromatic sweep of impatiens at the front of the house. Truth is, many of our past obsessions in the garden have

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How to grow the best runner beans | Alys Fowler

We love runner beans so much in the UK that there has been endless breeding, says our gardening expert

Runner beans like it rich and deep. Their feet like to run through the soil finding the good stuff. If you want tender beans you need at least 38cm of topsoil or compost before you hit any sort of compaction and a good layer of mulch to keep their feet well fed and wet through the growing season.

Space plants 15cm apart with 45cm between rows. You need a further 1.5m between double rows. If you’ve limited space, use a wigwam. Runner beans grow up to 3m tall, so the support needs to be strong enough to take all that leaf and bean weight in the wind.

Related: How to grow perfect turnips | Alys Fowler

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Got a Minute?: Gardening offers many theraputic wonders – The Livingston County News

Got a Minute?: Gardening offers many theraputic wonders
The Livingston County News
I've been a little grumpy lately and I know why. Due to a darn chilly spring and an unusually hectic family and work schedule, I have not gotten out in the garden yet. I miss it and can't wait to get out there and get my hands dirty. I am an accidental

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The Guardian view on gardening: digging one’s way to humanity | Editorial

As the Chelsea Flower Show reveals every year, it is very human to seek the solace that comes with growing things

Imagine, if you will, arriving in Britain from another planet, or even from another country, and attempting to understand, as an anthropologist might, the locals’ obsession with horticulture. Is there anywhere else in the world where the panellists of a weekly radio advice show about raising plants and vegetables – BBC Radio 4’s Gardeners’ Question Time – are greeted like rock stars by their live audiences? The questions posed to the experts, indeed, often seem like so much more than requests for pruning advice. What existential sadness is concealed in the soul of the person who asks about their never-flowering myrtle? What roiling passions lurk in the breast of the man who every year tries, and ever fails, to grow bigger pumpkins than his rival on the allotments? When Bob Flowerdew, Pippa Greenwood and the other, only slightly less suitably named experts dispense advice, there frequently seems to be rather more at stake than peat-free compost and slug deterrence.

The Royal Horticultural Society’s Chelsea Flower Show, open to the public and covered on television, is another efflorescence of the British relationship with tending gardens. The event has its grandeur and pomposity and ridiculous flirtation with celebrity, but in reality, it is only like a magnificently pumped-up version of a local fete or produce show, with gold and silver-gilt medals standing in for the rosettes.

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The Guardian view on gardening: digging one’s way to humanity … – The Guardian


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The Guardian view on gardening: digging one's way to humanity …
The Guardian
Editorial: As the Chelsea Flower Show reveals every year, it is very human to seek the solace that comes with growing things.
The Reader: Every Londoner can enjoy the wonderful benefits of gardeningEvening Standard


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