Gardening Magazine


  • My Garden This Weekend – 22/2/15

    Garden This Weekend 22/2/15

    Any time in the garden is precious at this time of year and if the sun shines albeit weakly it is even more special. Yesterday afternoon was such a time with a... Read more

    The 22 February 2015 by   Patientgardener
  • Broken Traditions

    Broken Traditions

    We didn't make it to the first RHS plant show of the year which was held last weekend. The second tradition we have broken since we have started this blog. Read more

    The 23 February 2015 by   Alternativeeden
  • Garden Press Event

    Garden Press Event

    I decided the other day to go on a bit of an adventure.  Well in my small world it was an adventure as it was something I had not previously done and it was dow... Read more

    The 26 February 2015 by   Ozhene
  • Raised Bed Renewal - Work in Progress

    Raised Renewal Work Progress

    Now that the weather has improved a bit, I have made a start on my raised bed project. On Friday it was cold, bright and sunny, but dry, so the conditions were... Read more

    The 07 February 2015 by   Mwillis
  • Sowing Broad Beans

    Sowing Broad Beans

    Like thousands of gardeners all round the country, I'm itching to get going with sowing and planting! It is too early to sow most things. Read more

    The 18 February 2015 by   Mwillis
  • It’s Buzzing Out There

    It’s Buzzing There

    Warm sunshine, barely a breeze and the flowers are unfurling, birds singing and bees of every shape and size are buzzing round the garden accompanied by... Read more

    The 20 February 2015 by   Danielcarruthers
  • Pinus Bungeana

    Pinus Bungeana

    (08/02/2015, Kew Gardens, London)Position: Full sunFlowering period: Early springSoil: Moist, well drainedEventual Height: 25mEventual Spread: 15mHardiness:... Read more

    The 19 February 2015 by   Davis Landscape Architecture
  • A Few More Photos from Chincoteague and Assategue

    More Photos from Chincoteague Assategue

    Bill and I taught our landscape photography workshop earlier this month at Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge and Assateague National Seashore. Read more

    The 27 February 2015 by   Pattyhankins
  • Cutting Back

    Cutting Back

    Would a tulip flourishes here? Nope, but the Siam Tulip does :-D The stalk of inflorescence below that emerged from the pot of Siam Tulips in my garden has... Read more

    The 11 February 2015 by   Stephanie
  • Sweet Jasmine Vine

    Sweet Jasmine Vine

    I walked into the studio today and the sweet scent of jasmine was in the air. I had some left over from a few days ago. It was my little spring moment this... Read more

    The 04 February 2015 by   Botanicart


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