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Plans for Our Garden!

*In collaboration with All Pond Solutions We haven't done anything to our garden since we moved in over 2 years ago. It is just a basic, small garden with a little patio outside ou... Read more


  • An Other Self

    In our life, alot of it's unknown to others.Here for only a brief interlude, I dragged my friend from Den Haag to Melbourne's Royal Botanic Gardens, where we di... Read more

    2 hours, 7 minutes ago by   Adistantgardener
  • Tomatoes - Will There Be a Late Rally?

    The other day I wrote about my decision not to remove the sideshoots of my tomato plants in the hope that they might be able to produce some more fruit. Well,... Read more

    6 hours, 35 minutes ago by   Mwillis
  • Self Sufficiency Garden – July

    This is what we love – summer!  Long summer days spent in the garden cannot be beat at the moment.  In fact I’m having a hard time spending any amount of time... Read more

    7 hours, 34 minutes ago by   Sophiecussen
  • Hypericum Polyphyllum

    (07/06/2014, Kew Gardens, London)Position: Full sunFlowering period: SummerSoil: Moist, well drainedEventual Height: 45cmEventual Spread: 60mHardiness: 7a, 7b,... Read more

    10 hours, 3 minutes ago by   Davis Landscape Architecture
  • Carex and Ajuga

    Somewhere in my past travels I saw a line of Carex (Sedge) planted within a mass of Ajuga (Bugleweed). I believe it was at Longwood Gardens but it could have... Read more

    17 hours, 58 minutes ago by   Jmarkowski0
  • Oranges & Lemons

    The citrus trees are thriving in the hot, sunny weather. There’s loads of blossom and young fruit, so I’m making sure that they are fed and watered regularly, o... Read more

    The 22 July 2014 by   Danielcarruthers
  • Gladiolus Flower Facts

    Although the springtime brings us a large variety of fresh plants and flowers, some plants can only be planted during the spring season and so they will bloom... Read more

    The 22 July 2014 by   Simon Crowther
  • Right Weeds, Right Place.

    Serendipitous weed growth is what I like.Hidden under netting, my little crop of peas has been coming along nicely over the past few weeks. Read more

    The 22 July 2014 by   Tuckshopgardener
  • Rudbeckia Fulgida "Goldsturm"

    One of the perennials I bought last year in my drive to add more visual interest to my garden was a Rudbeckia called "Goldsturm". Read more

    The 22 July 2014 by   Mwillis
  • Heuchera ‘Rachel’

    (07/06/2014, Kew Gardens, London)Position: Full sun to partial shadeFlowering period: SummerEventual Height: 40cmEventual Spread: 40cmHardiness: 4a, 4b, 5a,... Read more

    The 22 July 2014 by   Davis Landscape Architecture