Gardening Magazine


  • Beautiful Gum Bark

    Beautiful Bark

    "Bursting with pride" is how I feel right now, because my girl Pammy has just won a 'highly commended' award on the opening night of the GreenWay Art Prize,... Read more

    The 31 October 2014 by   Gardenamateur
  • This and That

    This That

    This is one of those "miscellaneous" posts, about lots of little things, but nothing in particular...I thought I would show you first how the blanching of the... Read more

    The 07 October 2014 by   Mwillis
  • Top-up Sowing

    Top-up Sowing

    It's a daily ritual this time of the year to take the trays of seedlings out of the greenhouse and return them at night.Life has been chaos with lots of markets... Read more

    The 10 October 2014 by   Scarecrow
  • Bug Watcher


    Montrose last Saturday was a great place for insect watching. Fiery skipper (Hylephila phyleus) on gomphrena Pollinators were out in force, making the most of... Read more

    The 10 October 2014 by   Missinghenrymitchell
  • Sticky Geranium – Geranium Viscosissimum

    Sticky Geranium Viscosissimum

    Sticky Geranium © 2012 Patty Hankins Sticky Geranium – Geranium viscosissimum – is one of the wonderful wildflowers I discovered at Glacier National Park a few... Read more

    The 24 October 2014 by   Pattyhankins
  • Autumn Glory at Great Dixter

    Autumn Glory Great Dixter

    The autumn plant fair at Dixter just gets better and better – and going there on a day of cloudless blue skies and warm sun made it particularly glorious. Read more

    The 07 October 2014 by   Danielcarruthers
  • Black Eyed Susans

    Black Eyed Susans

    – those wonderful summer blooming bright yellow flowers with dark centers – are a garden staple in the DC area. They are easy to grow and come in many many... Read more

    The 15 October 2014 by   Pattyhankins
  • RHS The Garden Anthology – A Review

    Garden Anthology Review

    I am always in two minds about anthologies.  I often find them disappointing with the assorted short articles or stories.  I think I really like to get into a... Read more

    The 16 October 2014 by   Patientgardener
  • How To Make Roses Open After Being Cut

    Make Roses Open After Being

    We are often told that we should only cut roses from the main plant while they are still in bud form.  In fact, you may have even noticed how fresh flower... Read more

    The 07 October 2014 by   Simon Crowther
  • Tiny Tots

    Tiny Tots

    All sorts of spring flowers in our garden are coming out right on schedule, and the tiny ones Pammy and I have been looking closely to spot have finally made... Read more

    The 23 October 2014 by   Gardenamateur


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