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August 19, 2022
My Yr in Gardening: 2015

12 months Get started to Conclude Irrespective of a incredibly lengthy and cold winter that experienced numerous of us bemoaning lifetime in the northeast, the 1st 6 months weren’t so undesirable. In February I celebrated 15 many years publishing this web site. It continue to shocks me to think that so considerably time has passed. […]

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August 16, 2022
Remembering Summertime: A Bee’s Butt

I discovered this photograph now even though looking by means of folders of summer time visuals on my laptop or computer and felt compelled to put up it. This was a common sight in my backyard garden very last summer months, especially above the months that liatris was in bloom. It is a pollinator magnet […]

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August 13, 2022
The Volunteer Daylily

We connect with them ditch lilies listed here, a disparaging double entendre that eludes to their area in the right garden plant hierarchy as very well as their favored wild landscape. It came into my yard uninvited, an opportunist that hitched a trip in some small pot of earth together with yet another plant, almost […]

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August 11, 2022
100 Years of Anzac: Garden of Remembrance Creating a Living Memory

In 2015, we honour the Centenary of Gallipoli, 100 years of Anzac and what better way to show commemorate then to create your living memory, a garden of remembrance.  There are many plants that not only symbolise the Anzac spirit, but are living history, brought back by returning veterans 100 years ago from the battle fields. These […]

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August 10, 2022
Iboza in Bloom

Iboza in Bloom

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August 7, 2022
Rosemary Wreath for Anzac Day

Rosemary pinned to the upper body is a acquainted sight at Anzac Working day providers close to Australia. The tradition started when a wounded digger introduced back again a small rosemary bush from the shores of Gallipoli and sprigs of this bush have been worn to honour the fallen. To mark 100 of Anzac in 2015, […]

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August 7, 2022
In Bloom: Manfreda undulata ‘Chocolate Chip’

What a surprise when a flower stalk suddenly appeared on the Manfreda undulata ‘Chocolate Chip’ that at the moment resides in the jungle of potted succulents that is my business office window! Manfreda is intently related to the agave (Household Agavaceae), a favourite genus that I have described below and there on this web-site. Like […]

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August 4, 2022
What Gardening Can Do for Us

Many a long time in the past, not extensive following gardening arrived to me* and caught, I read a statistic that reported anything to the effect that just seeking at a plant lowers our coronary heart fee. This was so extensive in the past now that I no longer remember the specific phrasing, nor wherever […]

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August 3, 2022
How to Add Drama on Back garden Structure

Mark Brandon enjoys to wander considerably and huge in research of get tips and inspirations for residence advancement. He is a contributor for Protected and Seem House Inspections and shares his skills to other weblogs as effectively. Under, he shares some suggestions on how to add some drama on Yard Design and style. Whether you […]

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July 16, 2022
In Praise of Stinging Nettle

The minimal patch of stinging nettle (Urtica dioica) that I have received at the again of my backyard garden is setting up to arise from its winter dormancy. Many years back, when I was 1st “bit” by this plant, I never could have imagined that just one day I would mature it in my garden, […]

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