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Rock Wall Aspen Garden Paperblog Pick in Gardening

The Rock Wall Aspen Garden

It's been a flattering summer. I've received a whole bunch of requests, from flower lovers, wanting to hire me to design their gardens. Wow. I'm always shocked when I get one of... Read more

Front Garden Project Paperblog Pick in Gardening

Front Garden Project

My front garden has left me feeling dis-satisfied for some years now.  I posted about if back in 2010 when I was trying to decide what to do with the area.  As I said back then whe... Read more


  • Baby Frog

    Baby Frog

    This was a happy little sight yesterday. I don’t have a pond in my garden or any water feature for that matter but I am lucky enough to have neighbours who do. Read more

    The 29 August 2012 by   Alip
  • Yellowing Raspberries Leaves

    Yellowing Raspberries Leaves

    The leaves on the raspberries are not looking too hot. This type of yellowing seems to be a common problem and it appears that many people never manage to cure... Read more

    The 06 August 2012 by   Alip
  • Ornamental Grasses Take the Spotlight

    Ornamental Grasses Take Spotlight

    It is that time of year.The time when the ornamental grasses take a giant leap forward, shake their ample booty and become THE focus in the garden.Well, they... Read more

    The 15 August 2012 by   John Markowski
  • Salix Integra (Dappled Willow) 'Hakuro Nishiki'

    Salix Integra (Dappled Willow) 'Hakuro Nishiki'

    OK, I need your help ... you good with that? Nice. I am obsessed with my Salix 'Hakuro Nishiki'. I had originally purchased this shrub as a tiny little thing... Read more

    The 31 August 2012 by   John Markowski
  • Book Review: The A-Z of Plant Names

    Book Review: Plant Names

    My reaction on receiving The A to Z of Plant Names by Allen J Coombes through the post from Timberpress was one of fascination and interest. Read more

    The 11 August 2012 by   Patientgardener
  • Stone House Cottage Garden, Worcestershire

    Stone House Cottage Garden, Worcestershire

    I’m on annual leave for two weeks with no plans at all during this first week. I have done stuff in the garden and house but half way through the week I got... Read more

    The 23 August 2012 by   Patientgardener
  • Austrian Flower Boxes

    Austrian Flower Boxes

    Last week my friend, Melinda, and I took a quick trip to Vienna and Salzburg. We've talked about doing the Sound of Music sing-along tour for awhile now and... Read more

    The 20 August 2012 by   Thehousethatlarsbuilt
  • When Art Becomes Part of the Garden

    When Becomes Part Garden

    It is only recently that I have taken a fresh look at art in the garden and the difference in how it is displayed. Is it a garden with art in it, or art in the... Read more

    The 19 August 2012 by   Ronniejt28
  • Competition - Yeo Valley Goodies

    Competition Valley Goodies

    The lovely people over at Yeo Valley are offering one lucky reader a lovely prize of a selection of Yeo Valley goodies (pictured right) to celebrate the launch... Read more

    The 28 August 2012 by   Alternativeeden
  • Succulents in a Woodland Garden

    Succulents Woodland Garden

    Succulents are usually associated with dry, open, and sunny locations. Or at least in arid gardens and gravel borders (or containers) sited in a sunny spot... Read more

    The 22 August 2012 by   Alternativeeden


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