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Christmas Longwood Gardens Exhibition Hall Paperblog Pick in Gardening

Christmas at Longwood Gardens – Exhibition Hall

Every time I visit Longwood Gardens for their Christmas display I don’t think they can top the previous displays. Once again – I was proven wrong this year. Read more

Winter Garden Paperblog Pick in Gardening

The Winter Garden

Angelsey AbbeyAt first glance the garden through the winter months can seem uninspiring, the smallest of plants and sprigs of flower can give the most pleasure, so attention to... Read more


  • Insta-Blog 2: The Full Cold Moon

    Insta-Blog Full Cold Moon

    Last night was the last full moon of 2012. Called the Cold Moon because it's the time of year when all we have to celebrate is the long, dark of an icy winter. Read more

    The 30 December 2012 by   Kate_miller
  • Alphabe Thursday: F is for Favourite Flower Fotos

    Alphabe Thursday: Favourite Flower Fotos

    I’ve been mulling over my 2012 blog posts and the myriad of photographs I have taken over the year.   With Jenny Matlock’s Alphabe Thursday now at F, I thought... Read more

    The 27 December 2012 by   Ronniejt28
  • Red Poinsettias


    It’s taken me a while – but I have finally edited more of my poinsettia photos from this year. I took a break from the flowers – to edit the photos of the... Read more

    The 23 December 2012 by   Pattyhankins
  • My Favorite Garden Pics of 2012

    Favorite Garden Pics 2012

    A quick heads up, this post will be a bit self-congratulatory for my liking. These are all pics I actually took myself (granted, anything great was most likely... Read more

    The 18 December 2012 by   John Markowski
  • Loving Their New Home

    Loving Their Home

    Steady growth is a deceptive thing. It wasn't until I compared my September and December photos of the revamped succulent garden that I realised how much... Read more

    The 09 December 2012 by   Gardenamateur
  • Oreopanax Floribundus

    Oreopanax Floribundus

    Another fairly new plant for us is Oreopanax floribundus which we acquired earlier this year from Crug Farm. A member of the Araliaceae family, it bears many... Read more

    The 11 December 2012 by   Alternativeeden
  • Alphabe Thursday: Letter C is for Cerinthe

    Alphabe Thursday: Letter Cerinthe

    I love gardening, that goes without saying, but I am no means an expert.  This is never more true when it comes to visiting other gardens and coming across... Read more

    The 06 December 2012 by   Ronniejt28
  • This Most Wonderful Time...?

    This Most Wonderful Time...?

    When the phone rang this morning, I refused to answer. I've heard enough complaints for one week.Too busy sorting through recipes. I'm baking Christmas... Read more

    The 22 December 2012 by   Kate_miller
  • James Wong's Homegrown Revolution

    James Wong's Homegrown Revolution

    James Wong's new book is now out which is something of a celebration of growing your own vegetables. As this is usually an exotic/tropical garden blog you may b... Read more

    The 04 December 2012 by   Alternativeeden
  • Honey I Shrunk the Tree

    Honey Shrunk Tree

    We usually have a 10ft Christmas tree in our living room which had a previous life as a gymnasium in a small school. Consequently we have lovely high ceilings... Read more

    The 23 December 2012 by   Danielcarruthers


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