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All About Alpines
To grow alpines successfully, it is best to replicate the conditions under which they live in the wild.
Thank Goodness for Nettles
You can steam nettles and use them like spinach or make use of the many recipes available on the internet.
Troubleshoot Indoor Gardens
When houseplants and indoor garden crops begin to look unhealthy, it can be very frustrating
Winter tree pruning
Michael J McGroarty
One of the advantages of pruning during the winter is that you can see much better what needs to be cut out and what should stay
Guide to Iris Types
Irises come in all sorts of colours including blue, pink, purple, reddish, white, yellow and bi-colors.
Grow Great Flowers
Every gardener strives to grow the best flowers around, but that goal is hard to get hold of.
Planting Bonsai Trees
Many places now sell Bonsai that are ready trained and have grown into healthy but juvenile Bonsai.
Designing with Daylilies
Every garden, whether big or small, can include daylilies in the landscape plan and design.
is a great seaside plant
A few miles inland and it won't be a happy plant at all but it certainly seems to love the coast.
Why do my Plants Keep Dying?
if you just want to grow plants to look at in your garden or your living room,there are just four basic rules for you to follow.
Tips for Tree Planting
Before you get started, there is a method that works best so that you can have the healthiest tree possible.
Take Hardwood Cuttings
Unlike other types of cuttings, hardwood cuttings are usually left outdoors to root and require very little care
The diversity of annuals, and wide range of colours and styles, makes them an in-demand choice for gardens everywhere.
It's evergreen, it looks good, smells great, loves to be pruned and it's also extremely useful.
Trees and the Environment
Who doesn't love trees? They can increase the value of our property, reduce our energy bills and relieve our stress.
Plant a Native Hedge
Native hedges can support all kinds of plants, pollinators, birds, mammals and amphibians.
Pinch out Bedding Plants
If you want a really good flower display you need to pinch out and then pruning your bedding throughout the season.
Plant Spring-flowering Bulbs
From early snowdrops to cheerful daffodils and tulips, there's nothing finer than watching your garden wake up after winter.
Grow plants under lights
Plants prefer sunlight but there are occasions when growing under artificial light is the only option.
Seasonal bedding geraniums flaunt their scarlet, rose and white blooms with a gay abandon that few other plants can rival.
If you can't seem to get your seeds to sprout, there may be a number of reasons why.
Hyacinths for Christmas
There is nothing more welcoming when you enter a room on a dull winter's day than the heady scent of cheerful Hyacinths
LeAnn R. Ralph
Transplanting Iris is really easy. Even a short section of root stands an excellent chance of success.