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Plant Week: Anemone Hybrida ‘Honorine Jobert’ Paperblog Pick in Gardening

Plant of the Week: Anemone × Hybrida ‘Honorine Jobert’

Position: Sun to partial shade Soil: Moist, well drained soil Flowering period: Summer and autumn Eventual Height: 1.5m Eventual Spread: 60cm Hardiness: USDA Zone 4a-9b Family:... Read more

September Gardening Australia Magazine Paperblog Pick in Gardening

September Gardening Australia Magazine

The September issue of the Gardening Australia Magazine heralds the beginning of Spring in Australia! This issue is jam packed with Spring Gardening Tips, Ideas (350+ of them)... Read more

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    The 04 August 2011 by   Laurawh77
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  • Earwigs

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    The 15 August 2011 by   Scarecrow
  • The Organic Garden at Holt Farm

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    The 29 August 2011 by   Danielcarruthers
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  • OH, Ziziphus!

    Ziziphus!

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    The 01 August 2011 by   Thecitrusguy
  • Plant of the Week: Miscanthus Sinensis ‘Yakushima Dwarf’

    Plant Week: Miscanthus Sinensis ‘Yakushima Dwarf’

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    The 28 August 2011 by   Davis Landscape Architecture
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  • The Big Rock Garden Is.... Done!

    Rock Garden Is.... Done!

    Russian Sage: Plant it where folks bump into it so they can enjoy the delightful fragrance. My August garden is ~ not yet ~ looking as tired as I feel. But, I... Read more

    The 25 August 2011 by   Kate_miller
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  • Plant of the Week: Morus Nigra

    Plant Week: Morus Nigra

    Morus nigra immature fruit (10/07/2011, London)Position: Full sunSoil: Moist, well drained soilFlowering period: SummerEventual Height: 8mEventual Spread:... Read more

    The 01 August 2011 by   Davis Landscape Architecture
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  • More Plant Combinations and Inspiration from Great Dixter

    Following on from last week’s Great Dixter blog, here’s a few more irresistible plant combinations and inspirational ideas from the gardens at this time of year. Read more

    The 31 August 2011 by   Outofmyshed
  • A Soft Shaded Zinnia

    Soft Shaded Zinnia

    Zinnia Queen Lime Zinnia ‘Queen Lime Red’ has subtle and interesting colouring while its partner, ‘Queen Lime’ is an improvement on the traditional green... Read more

    The 09 August 2011 by   Danielcarruthers
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  • Highdown Gardens, Worthing – Revisted August 2011

    Highdown Gardens, Worthing Revisted August 2011

    Last week I went with a group of girls from work to an open air performance of Shakespeare’s Comedy of Errors at Highdown Gardens in Worthing. Read more

    The 05 August 2011 by   Hurtlingtowards60
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