Gardening Magazine


  • An Evening with Ron Finley

    Evening with Finley

    I recently had the opportunity to go and listen to Ron Finley talk about gardening from (for me) a different perspective. Sometimes saying something is differen... Read more

    The 02 October 2014 by   Ozhene
  • Planting Winter Lettuce

    Planting Winter Lettuce

    After such a good year for salads, I'm reluctant to stop growing them. A couple of days ago I planted eight little Lettuces which I had "hanging around". Read more

    The 29 October 2014 by   Mwillis
  • Verbesina Virginica: A Reason to Look Forward to Winter

    Verbesina Virginica: Reason Look Forward Winter

    Two years ago, Gail at Clay and Limestone kindly shared with me some seeds of Verbesina virginica. I had never before heard of this wildflower, native to my are... Read more

    The 02 October 2014 by   Missinghenrymitchell
  • Decaisnea Fargesii

    Decaisnea Fargesii

    (28/09/2014, Kew Gardens, London)Position: Full sun to partial shadeFlowering period: Late springSoil: Moist, well drainedEventual Height: 7mEventual Spread:... Read more

    The 16 October 2014 by   Davis Landscape Architecture
  • Lapageria Rosea

    Lapageria Rosea

    (28/10/2014, Kew Gardens, London)Position: Partial to full shadeFlowering period: Late summer to autumnSoil: Moist, neutral to acidEventual Height: 5mEventual... Read more

    The 17 October 2014 by   Davis Landscape Architecture
  • Memorial and Remembrance Garden Benches

    Memorial Remembrance Garden Benches

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    The 02 October 2014 by   Matt From Sgc
  • Reminiscing the Jungle Hut

    Reminiscing Jungle

    Sometimes in order to understand and appreciate the present you must look at the past first... Very poignant and true, and I say that in a fun tone rather than ... Read more

    The 09 October 2014 by   Alternativeeden
  • Dwarf Larkspur – Delphinium Tricorne

    Dwarf Larkspur Delphinium Tricorne

    Dwarf Larkspur © 2014 Patty Hankins Every now and then when I’m driving along in a National Park – I’ll see a splash of color out the corner of my eye – and kno... Read more

    The 10 October 2014 by   Pattyhankins
  • RHS Companion to Scented Plants : Book Review & Give Away

    Companion Scented Plants Book Review Give Away

    There is nothing more evocative than a scent, it will remind us of people, places and events. Our olfactory senses work overtime with recognised smells. Read more

    The 18 October 2014 by   Ronniejt28
  • Garden Bloggers Foliage Day in My East Facing Garden

    Garden Bloggers Foliage East Facing

    My east facing garden relies more on foliage than flowers but thats fine by me. Foliage in my garden The view above is from the dining room window, the place... Read more

    The 22 October 2014 by   Gardeningjules


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