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Vintage Seed Packet Images Paperblog Pick in Gardening

Vintage Seed Packet Images

Vintage seed packet pictures: an internet search came up with many good links. The beauty of Victorian ephemera is quite fetching, especially since all images were hand drawn and... Read more

Plant Week: Nymphaea Alba Paperblog Pick in Gardening

Plant of the Week: Nymphaea Alba

Position: Flourishes in full sun. Soil: Submerged. Flowering period:Summer. Eventual Height: 10cm above water level Eventual Spread: 2.5m Hardiness: USDA Zone 4a-11a Family:... Read more

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  • Vintage Seed Packet Images

    Vintage Seed Packet Images

    Vintage seed packet pictures: an internet search came up with many good links. The beauty of Victorian ephemera is quite fetching, especially since all images... Read more

    The 30 June 2011 by   Nancymccarroll
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  • Plant of the Week: Tilia Cordata

    Plant Week: Tilia Cordata

    Tilia cordata (26/05/2011, Prague)Soil: Moist and well drained.Flowering period: Mid summer.Eventual Height: 30mEventual Spread: 12mHardiness: USDA Zone... Read more

    The 11 June 2011 by   Davis Landscape Architecture
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  • Raindrops on Roses, but Not the Post I Really Wanted to Write

    Raindrops Roses, Post Really Wanted Write

    I have had a really happy, busy, day – despite the rain.Two weeks tomorrow, Daughter #2 is getting married. Although there is just under 2 years difference in... Read more

    The 17 June 2011 by   Hurtlingtowards60
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  • Blue Garden Flowers, Roses and Busy Little Bees

    Blue Garden Flowers, Roses Busy Little Bees

    the cool thing about having perennials in your garden is being surprised when they come back even prettier than they were the year before. these two bees were... Read more

    The 07 June 2011 by   Lily Hydrangea
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  • Great Crested Newts: Construction and Development

    Great Crested Newts: Construction Development

    Great Crested Newt Overview The Great Crested Newt or Triturus cristatus is an amphibian in the family Salamandridae and the largest newt native to England. It... Read more

    The 01 June 2011 by   Davis Landscape Architecture
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  • A Walk Around Kew Gardens with Richard Wilford

    Walk Around Gardens with Richard Wilford

    Tropaeolum tricolor in the Davies Alpine House I recently met up with Richard Wilford, Collections Manager of the Hardy Display at The Royal Botanic Gardens... Read more

    The 18 June 2011 by   Ryansgarden
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  • Plant of the Week: Geranium Macrorrhizum

    Plant Week: Geranium Macrorrhizum

    Geranium macrorrhizum flower (26/05/2011, Prague)Position: Will flourish in full sun to shade.Soil: Moist and well drained.Flowering period: Early summer. Read more

    The 14 June 2011 by   Davis Landscape Architecture
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  • Plant of the Week: Weigela Florida ‘Bristol Ruby’

    Plant Week: Weigela Florida ‘Bristol Ruby’

    Weigela florida 'Bristol Ruby' flower (26/05/2011, Prague) Position: Will flourish in full sun to partial shade. Soil: Moist and well drained. Flowering... Read more

    The 17 June 2011 by   Davis Landscape Architecture
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  • Lettuce and a Summer Recipe

    Lettuce Summer Recipe

    Here is a clever idea with lettuce growing in containers attached to exterior house siding:These are my little pots with leaf lettuce now ready for the picking.... Read more

    The 09 June 2011 by   Nancymccarroll
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  • Composting for Dummies Pt.2 – Outdoor Composting

    Composting Dummies Pt.2 Outdoor

    Types of Outdoor CompostingSo in Composting For Dummies Part 1 we covered what composting is, why it’s beneficial to you and the environment and what it’s used... Read more

    The 30 June 2011 by   Savvybrown

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