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Plant Week: Actaea Racemosa ‘James Compton’ Paperblog Pick in Gardening

Plant of the Week: Actaea Racemosa ‘James Compton’

Position: Full sun to shade Flowering period: Late Summer Soil: Well drained soils  Eventual Height: 1.5m Eventual Spread: 0.5m Hardiness: USDA Zones 5a-9a Family: Ranunculaceae... Read more

September Chilli Fest Paperblog Pick in Gardening

September Chilli Fest

I'll confess that I'm slightly pitying of anyone who doesn't like chillies. In my book, that's like saying 'I prefer my food to taste quite ordinary, I don't really like making it ... Read more


  • Plant of the Week: Sequoiadendron Giganteum

    Plant Week: Sequoiadendron Giganteum

    Sequoiadendron giganteum juvenile cones (16/08/2011, Cambridge) Position: Full sun to partial shade Soil: Deep well drained sandy loam Flowering period: Spring... Read more

    The 03 September 2011 by   Davis Landscape Architecture
  • Hey Hey, Santa Fe

    Hey, Santa

    Let's start off with a bit of name-dropping here: Robert Redford, Tommy Lee Jones, Gene Hackman, Brian Dennehy, Shirley MacLaine, Ali McGraw, Val Kilmer – we... Read more

    The 27 September 2011 by   Gardenamateur
  • Mosquito Be Gone

    Mosquito Gone

    I was actually searching for a good blog article today when I got a couple of very nice e-mails from a woman who just found my blog. Read more

    The 19 September 2011 by   Thecitrusguy
  • Tangy Flowers

    Tangy Flowers

    Here in Sydney spring begins in late winter, if you know what I mean. Now that it's September the season is well and truly underway, and the generous feeding... Read more

    The 02 September 2011 by   Gardenamateur
  • Plant of the Week: Ligustrum Ovalifolium

    Plant Week: Ligustrum Ovalifolium

    Ligustrum ovalifolium leaf (15/08/2011, London) Position: Full sun and partial shade Soil: well drained soil Flowering period: Summer Eventual Height: 5m... Read more

    The 05 September 2011 by   Davis Landscape Architecture
  • Mary Mary Quite Contrary

    Mary Quite Contrary

    Mary Mary, quite contraryHow does your garden grow?With Silver bells and Cockle shells,And pretty maids all in a row.I am always fantasizing about my yard... Read more

    The 01 September 2011 by   Eagoodwin03
  • Westbury Court Garden, Westbury-on-Severn: Garden Visit #2

    Westbury Court Garden, Westbury-on-Severn: Garden Visit

    I have just returned from a very restful break from work and day-to-day life in general. My holiday was broken into two parts, the first was long weekend in... Read more

    The 25 September 2011 by   Hurtlingtowards60
  • Gardening Blogs

    Gardening Blogs

    If you love gardening, plants or gardens then gardening blogs are a great place to turn for inspiration. There’s so many fantastic blogs out there and... Read more

    The 10 September 2011 by   Danielcarruthers
  • Plant of the Week: Parthenocissus Quinquefolia

    Plant Week: Parthenocissus Quinquefolia

    Parthenocissus quinquefolia fruit (03/09/2011, Rhodes, Greece) Position: Full sun to partial shade Soil: Well drained Flowering period: Late Spring/Early... Read more

    The 18 September 2011 by   Davis Landscape Architecture
  • Hilo Colour

    Hilo Colour

    If the airport at Honolulu was an odd place to blog about volcanos, then sitting in a 33rd floor luxury room in the 'Augustus Tower' at Caesar's Palace in Las... Read more

    The 18 September 2011 by   Gardenamateur


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