Gardening Magazine


  • End of Month Review May 2023

    Month Review 2023

    After what feels like several weekends of lots of rain, finally we have had a couple of weekends with good gardening weather. This has been a relief for me as ... Read more

    The 01 June 2023 by   Ozhene
  • An Anguish of Aspidistras

    Anguish Aspidistras

    I have had a small number of aspidistras for a few years now. They are generally easy plants to look after as they like to be ignored. Nearly all of them... Read more

    The 04 June 2023 by   Ozhene
  • Let's Take a Walk

    Let's Take Walk

    Pear TreesSpring has finally arrived in the mountains. Not completely, the furnace is still on. And those April showers - that can't seem to figure out it's... Read more

    The 04 June 2023 by   Kate_miller
  • Warm Loving Plants

    Warm Loving Plants

    Here is a belated update dated 5 July 2022 from my small garden and indoor plants. They are made up of mostly plants that do not require much attention. Plante... Read more

    The 05 June 2023 by   Stephanie
  • Designing a Japanese Landscape Garden

    Designing Japanese Landscape Garden

    The Japanese have long held a reputation for creating some of the most exquisite gardens in the world. The principles of balance, harmony, and minimalism are... Read more

    The 07 June 2023 by   Mountain Publishing
  • Tree Following June 2023

    Tree Following June 2023

    So we have had the blossom and now the setting begins - well hopefully begins. Will the little swellings of fruit set and stick? That is the question of the... Read more

    The 07 June 2023 by   Ozhene
  • The Walled Gardens at Luton Hoo Estate

    Walled Gardens Luton Estate

    I know I am lucky to receive invites to visit lovely places. Sometimes I know the place I am visiting and sometimes it is somewhere unknown to me that turns ou... Read more

    The 11 June 2023 by   Ozhene
  • Rose of the Year 2024

    Rose Year 2024

    The Rose of the Year launch has become one of my very favourite events to attend. What is not to love: I catch up with people I like, I visit an amazing garde... Read more

    The 14 June 2023 by   Ozhene
  • Seven Common Central Florida Landscaping Problems

    Seven Common Central Florida Landscaping Problems

    Having a landscape that expresses Central Florida’s semi-tropical climate and lifestyle is a dream of many homeowners. But whether you’re new to The Sunshine... Read more

    The 15 June 2023 by   Shurby
  • A Sunny Visit to Gardeners World Live 2023

    Sunny Visit Gardeners World Live 2023

    The weather has been rather warm and sunny so when I set off for Gardeners World Live I made sure I had sunscreen and my sun hat with me. I got stuck in... Read more

    The 18 June 2023 by   Ozhene


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