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Plant Week: Punica Granatum Paperblog Pick in Gardening

Plant of the Week: Punica Granatum

Position: Full sun to Flowering period: Spring to early summer Soil: Moist Eventual Height: 6m Eventual Spread: 6m Hardiness: USDA Zones 7b – 11 Family: Punicaceae Punica granatum... Read more

Foliage November 2011 Paperblog Pick in Gardening

Foliage – November 2011

I am finding foliage more and more interesting as a background to flowers and also as a way of creating texture and interest in the border without relying on flowers.  However,... Read more


  • Ryan's Garden Loves: Beer Bottle Tea Lights

    Ryan's Garden Loves: Beer Bottle Lights

    Garden lighting can often be quite dull and boring but I absolutely love these gorgeous little recycled tea light holders which add a sense of fun and youth to... Read more

    The 07 October 2011 by   Ryansgarden
  • Magic Mushrooms: A Fungal Foray

    Magic Mushrooms: Fungal Foray

    Yesterday I made my first venture into the highly complex, cult-like world of mycology. Well, sort of. Joining a mixed group of die-hard mushroom enthusiasts,... Read more

    The 02 October 2011 by   Ryansgarden
  • St. Pancras Hotel Roof Terrace

    Pancras Hotel Roof Terrace

    As I was sorting through the images for this post, I was amazed at the breadth of plants that Ylva Blid-Mackenzie has used in her planting design for the roof... Read more

    The 08 October 2011 by   Outofmyshed
  • Cajun Maisons

    Cajun Maisons

    Hi everyone, Gulliver here, reporting from Natchez on the Mississippi River, in Mississippi. Jamie and Pam are having a bit of a break here, just poking around... Read more

    The 11 October 2011 by   Gardenamateur
  • Good Nutrition is for Your Plants Too!

    Good Nutrition Your Plants Too!

    Everyday we are bombarded by news reports and TV commercials stressing good nutrition. Eat right, stay away from fat and sugars, blah, blah, blah.The past week... Read more

    The 30 October 2011 by   Thecitrusguy
  • My Favourite Plant – The Hydrangea

    Favourite Plant Hydrangea

    I love the Hydrangea. I am not a plants woman, or an expert of any sort, so this is just my personal take on an interesting, amazing and versatile plant, from... Read more

    The 17 October 2011 by   Hurtlingtowards60
  • Evolution – The English Garden

    Evolution English Garden

    I have decided to take part in Garden Walk Garden Talk’s fortnightly meme ‘Word for Wednesday’ as I think the intellectual challenge will get my brain working,... Read more

    The 19 October 2011 by   Patientgardener
  • Mississippi's Spanish Moss

    Mississippi's Spanish Moss

    If you remember from our stay in Galveston how we loved the old houses there, especially the more modest homes of we commoners, well Natchez offers up a more... Read more

    The 12 October 2011 by   Gardenamateur
  • Le Jardin Plume in Normandy

    Jardin Plume Normandy

    I can’t remember if it was the great signage or the satnav that brought us to this glorious garden, seemingly springing-up from nowhere in the middle of... Read more

    The 20 October 2011 by   Outofmyshed
  • Plant of the Week: Thuja Plicata

    Plant Week: Thuja Plicata

    Position: Full Sun Flowering period: Spring Soil: Well drained Eventual Height: 60m Eventual Spread: 8m Hardiness: USDA Zones 5b-8b Family: Cupressaceae Thuja... Read more

    The 08 October 2011 by   Davis Landscape Architecture


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