Gardening Magazine


  • Plant of the Week: Hydrangea Macropyla

    Plant Week: Hydrangea Macropyla

    Position: Full sun to  Partial shade Flowering period: Blooms repeatedly Soil: Moist  Eventual Height: 3m Eventual Spread: 3m Hardiness: USDA Zones 4a-9b Family... Read more

    The 05 October 2011 by   Davis Landscape Architecture
  • A Rash of Radishes

    Rash Radishes

    Here in the South, we are lucky enough to have almost a 365 day growing season. The cool season crops are just going in. As I was talking to my mother the... Read more

    The 09 October 2011 by   Thecitrusguy
  • Foliage – November 2011

    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... Read more

    The 22 October 2011 by   Patientgardener
  • Great Dixter Plant Fair

    Great Dixter Plant Fair

    I’ve just spent this weekend soaking up the last of the summer’s rays down on the East Sussex coast. And what better way to finish off the weekend, than a... Read more

    The 02 October 2011 by   Outofmyshed
  • A Good, Bad Bug?

    Good, Bug?

    I was alerted to today's topic by one of my followers,(Thank You Alicia..a.k.a. lpyrbby )I figured this was a problem that is starting to reach many parts of th... Read more

    The 16 October 2011 by   Thecitrusguy
  • A Date with Nature... and a Boy

    Date with Nature...

    I spent my weekend soaking up the beautiful sights of the Tamar Valley. Growing up at the mouth of the Tamar River and now living in Launceston, at times I am... Read more

    The 10 October 2011 by   Leavesandstems
  • Mulch, Lasagne and Miss McGee

    Mulch, Lasagne Miss McGee

    Autumn Raspberry Autumn is tipping the nod to winter and it’s time to put the garden to bed for a long and cosy slumber. Plants are calling for a nice warm duve... Read more

    The 28 October 2011 by   Ryansgarden
  • Grow Your Own: Four Books to Get You Growing

    Grow Your Own: Four Books Growing

    We’ll soon be at that point in time where gardens sleep, days are short and the best thing to do is snuggle up in front of a wood burning stove with a nice cupp... Read more

    The 16 October 2011 by   Ryansgarden
  • Plant of the Week: Jasminum Nudiflorum

    Plant Week: Jasminum Nudiflorum

    Jasminum nudiflorum flower (29/10/2011, London)Position: Full sun to partial shadeFlowering period: Late autumn to winterSoil: Well drainedEventual Height:... Read more

    The 31 October 2011 by   Davis Landscape Architecture
  • A Hot Sweaty Man in My Garden

    Sweaty Garden

    Our ‘man what can’ arrived earlier in the week to start work on the garden. The sun was beating down, and he was working like stink. The dogwood that had so... Read more

    The 06 October 2011 by   Chooksandroots


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