Gardening Magazine


  • Remembering Mount Stewart

    Remembering Mount Stewart

    I was contacted by the charity the World Land Trust yesterday and asked to consider supporting their gardening-themed conservation fundraising campaign, the... Read more

    The 04 July 2014 by   Chrryblossomtat2
  • Big Butterfly Count

    Butterfly Count

    The charity Butterfly Conservation is holding its annual Big Butterfly Count – the biggest butterfly survey in the world.Hummingbird Hawk-Moth. Read more

    The 19 July 2014 by   David Marsden
  • Osmunda Regalis

    Osmunda Regalis

    (16/06/2014, Dunvegan Castle, Isle of Skye)Position: Full sun to full shadeFlowering period: Early summerSoil: Moist to wetEventual Height: 2mEventual Spread:... Read more

    The 11 July 2014 by   Davis Landscape Architecture
  • Scene Through a Window

    Scene Through Window

    Most of these photos come from the inside of a train window as I traversed Melbourne today.It's not infrequently said that train travel quietens the mind and... Read more

    The 05 July 2014 by   Adistantgardener
  • My Garden This Weekend – 27th July 2014

    Garden This Weekend 27th July 2014

    Dahlia Con AmoreMy friend Victoria has recently said on her blog it is good to get away from your garden for a week or so as when you return you see it with... Read more

    The 27 July 2014 by   Patientgardener
  • Tree Following - Oh Dear

    Tree Following Dear

    and so we reach the sad, yet somehow I feel inevitable moment when I have to tell you dear readers that the quest for the quince is over. Read more

    The 07 July 2014 by   Ozhene
  • An Other Self

    Other Self

    In our life, alot of it's unknown to others.Here for only a brief interlude, I dragged my friend from Den Haag to Melbourne's Royal Botanic Gardens, where we di... Read more

    The 23 July 2014 by   Adistantgardener
  • Pop!


    Pammy likes poppies. I like poppies. And poppies are so easy to grow. They flower in the middle of winter, they sway on long slender stalks, the unopened... Read more

    The 29 July 2014 by   Gardenamateur
  • Roses


    Rosa rugosaAlthough our garden is exposed, there are still some roses that grow well. I find that the old roses do better than some of the modern hybrids and I... Read more

    The 25 July 2014 by   Notcuttsuk
  • From Seed to Stall.

    From Seed Stall.

    Gardening for one of my clients yesterday, we got chatting about jobs and the bits of them that we don't see. Her husband is a retired gemologist and used to... Read more

    The 01 July 2014 by   Tuckshopgardener


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