Growing Strawberries in Containers

Feb 21 3:22pm Garden Therapy
When most people think of container gardening, flowers are the first things that come to mind. Container gardening is becoming increasingly popular as an easy and inexpensive way to brighten up your... Please see the full article on http://GardenTherapy.ca...
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Rubber Plant (Ficus Elastica) Care And Growing Tips

Feb 21 12:00pm Epic Gardening
The post Rubber Plant (Ficus Elastica) Care And Growing Tips is by hp4u and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog. The mighty rubber tree has been a favorite houseplant since the Victorian era. It's hardy, easy to care for, and actually removes toxins from the air in your home!In this guide, we'll take a look at exactly how to care for your own rubber tree plant​rubber plant, rubber tree plant, rubber plant care, rubber tree […] The post Rubber Plant (Ficus Elastica) Care And Growing Tips is by hp4u and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog.
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Urban Farmers Grow Crops in Brooklyn Parking Lot

Feb 21 10:56am Urban Organic Gardener
“These farms aren’t your traditional sprawling upstate acreage tended by laborers or a guy on a tractor in bib overalls. Set up near where Jay Z grew up, they’re 10 steel shipping containers converted into hydroponic vertical farms, meaning crops grow in tower formation with recycled water and without soil. Inside the LED-lit modular containers are […]...
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Starting Onions from Seed in My Greenhouse

Feb 21 4:34am The Martha Stewart Blog
Here at my Bedford, New York farm, patches of snow still cover the ground, but inside my greenhouse, there is a flurry of spring activity - my gardeners, [&hellip...
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Leggy Seedlings: What Causes Them and How to Correct Them

Feb 21 3:00am Garden Betty
If you like to give your seeds a head start on the season by sprouting them on a sunny windowsill, you may be wondering right about now: why are they so spindly and stretching toward the sun? This isn’t a catwalk, ladies! Leggy seedlings commonly occur with seeds started indoors. They have the telltale long, […]The CSA Cookbook makes a great gift for the garden lover and whole-foods cook. Buy it on Amazon or get a personally signed copy directly from my online store! More From Garden BettyI Planted My PlacentaAnthocyanin Powerhouse: Pusa Asita CarrotsFive Things Friday...
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In a vase on Monday: White Beauty

Feb 20 12:25pm The Patient Gardener
Continuing with the stuck in the sofa theme of the last post my Vase On Monday isn’t a vase but a potted Hippeastrum. I love Hippeastrums, or Amaryllis as we used to call them. They remind me of my aunt’s... Continue Reading →...
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ZZ Plant (Zamioculcas Zamiifolia) Care and Growing Guide

Feb 20 12:00pm Epic Gardening
The post ZZ Plant (Zamioculcas Zamiifolia) Care and Growing Guide is by hp4u and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog. If you've ever thought you just can't grow plants because you have a huge brown thumb, then I have a surprise for you....The zz plant is the plant for you! It's almost like it was designed for new gardeners that tend to kill plants. It's one of the hardiest houseplants you'll come across, making it […] The post ZZ Plant (Zamioculcas Zamiifolia) Care and Growing Guide is by hp4u and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog.
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Is this spherical vertical garden the future of urban farming?

Feb 20 11:17am Urban Organic Gardener
“Space10 wants to change the way we look at what’s on our plates now in preparation for what will potentially appear on our plates in the years to come as the global population increases, the threat of climate change worsens and the old, tried and true methods of food production are rendered unsustainable. And just a heads […]...
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The Gift Card Gift Plant Challenge

Feb 20 10:40am Your Easy Garden
Getting (and using) a gift card can be tricky . . . Are you a bit wary or nervous about owning and tending a living plant? And yet someone gave you a holiday or Valentine’s gift card from a garden center? Hmmm . . . Seriously, don’t panic. These two tips could turn you into […]...
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labeling the gardens plants, with help from nancy duffy (a.k.a. ms. muddy boots)

Feb 20 7:36am A Way To Garden
I GET PRESS RELEASES all the time about garden “stuff,” and most hold no interest. But a note that arrived [read more…] The post labeling the garden’s plants, with help from nancy duffy (a.k.a. ms. muddy boots) appeared first on A Way To Garden.
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Gardeners Roll Call: Monday, February 20, 2017

Feb 20 5:13am Gardening with Confidence, Plants with Benefits, & Good Berry Bad Berry with Helen Yoest
THE WEEK THE RAIN Wednesday, 0.00 in. THE DEEDS MONDAY Once again, I couldn’t wait to get to work! Admin Bldg: Finally finished mulching this area. Added 44 more two-gallon nursery pots full of pine conditioning mulch. I continued my mulch kick, but not until after Wendy, Julian, and I made a trip to Market […]...
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A Peek into My Winter Garden

Feb 19 7:32pm Ramblings from a Desert Garden
People often ask me to post more photographs of my garden on my blog.  I must confess that I am sometimes reluctant to do so as I wonder if they expect a ‘perfect’ garden – one that is meticulously maintained and expertly designed.   However, I decided that would show you my garden, even if... The post A Peek into My Winter Garden appeared first on Ramblings from a Desert Garden.
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straw-bale garden how-to, with craig lehoullier

Feb 19 1:56pm A Way To Garden
READY TO GROW IN STRAW BALES? I had an email this winter from Michelle, a new listener to the podcast [read more…] The post straw-bale garden how-to, with craig lehoullier appeared first on A Way To Garden.
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What has been your biggest gardening challenge in the last 12 months?

Feb 19 12:18pm Organic Gardening Tips - Smiling Gardener
More to come later on this week, but for today: What’s the most challenging situation you’ve faced in your garden in the last 12 months? Why is this one so important to you? What would you be able to do if you got past it? What would you want to create? Let me know in… The post What has been your biggest gardening challenge in the last 12 months? appeared first on Smiling Gardener.
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China Doll Plant (Radermachera Sinica) Growing Guide

Feb 19 12:00pm Epic Gardening
The post China Doll Plant (Radermachera Sinica) Growing Guide is by Kevin and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog. The china doll plant is a fairly recent houseplant, having only been introduced since the early 1980s. It's a fairly compact plant that has became very popular due to how tolerant it is of the warm, low-humidity air of most modern homes.It has medium to dark green glossy leaves that almost look a bit oily. […] The post China Doll Plant (Radermachera Sinica) Growing Guide is by Kevin and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog.
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Have an Overgrown or Dying Terrarium? Get Creative with a Terrarium Makeover

Feb 19 8:50am Garden Therapy
If you’ve been taking good care of your terrarium, there’s a good chance that the plants will begin to outgrow the space. Or maybe you let the watering go a bit too long and the plants... Please see the full article on http://GardenTherapy.ca...
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Top 10 Tips on Choosing your Floristry Business Name | flowerona TV

Feb 19 3:49am Flowerona
In this week’s video, I share my top 10 tips on choosing your floristry business name. I hope you find it useful if you’re a florist-to-be or thinking of changing your business name. Do let me know if you have any feedback about the video by either adding a comment below or sending an email to info@flowerona.com. P.S. And... View Article...
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Musings from the sofa

Feb 18 2:31pm The Patient Gardener
Yes from the sofa as I have been incapacitated since Tuesday and spent every day stuck on the sofa wary of any movement which might cause me excruciating pain.  It all goes back to an injury I incurred when planting... Continue Reading →...
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Cast Iron Plant (Aspidistra Elatior) Growing Guide

Feb 18 12:00pm Epic Gardening
The post Cast Iron Plant (Aspidistra Elatior) Growing Guide is by Kevin and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog. If you're looking for a hardy and forgiving houseplant, then look no further than the cast iron plant.Also known by plant enthusiasts by it's latin name Aspidistra eliator, this plant has a long and storied history, having been cultivated since the early Victorian era.In this guide, you'll learn exactly how to plant, care for, and […] The post Cast Iron Plant (Aspidistra Elatior) Growing Guide is by Kevin and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog.
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Growing Huge Amounts of Organic Food on 1/2 an Acre Urban Abundance

Feb 18 8:26am Urban Organic Gardener
“In the small town of Oxford, Kane and Fiona Hogan have transformed their urban 1/2-acre property into abundant organic veggie gardens. Their business Urban Gardener aims to build resilience and food security in their local community.” Find the original video at: “HappyFilms.com“...
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More Snow Falls Over Skylands

Feb 18 6:31am The Martha Stewart Blog
Skylands, my home in Maine, is covered with more than five-feet of snow. Despite its beauty, all this snow makes the clean-up quite difficult. My Skylands crew has [&hellip...
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Wood Ducks, Photography and a Story

Feb 17 7:00pm Garden Walk Garden Talk
There are enough constraints to photographing wildlife without obsessively worrying about following the rules of photographic composition. There I said it! Wildlife is fast-moving and not always where you might want it. Sometimes, just getting an image is the prize, … Continue reading →...
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Growing, Evolving & Updating: Miniature Gardens vs. Fairy Gardens What is the Difference?

Feb 17 5:45pm The Mini Garden Guru – Your Miniature Garden Source
Miniature Gardens vs. Fairy Gardens – What is the Difference? This is an update to a blog that I published on the difference between miniature gardening and fairy gardening about 6 1/2 years ago.  I opened up a little can of worms the other day on our Facebook page. Thankfully, I’m a little hardcore when […]...
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The Onion: Slow and Steady Brings Out Sweetness

Feb 17 3:24pm Organic Gardening Tips - Smiling Gardener
by Gina Lorubbio It’s February. The trees are bare, the air is chilled, and the days are short. It’s that time of year when creativity bursts forth from constraints. Right now, it’s easy to scour the kitchen for something to cook and conclude that there’s not a whole lot. But I urge you to look… The post The Onion: Slow and Steady Brings Out Sweetness appeared first on Smiling Gardener.
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29+ Ornamental Grasses and How To Grow Them

Feb 17 12:00pm Epic Gardening
The post 29+ Ornamental Grasses and How To Grow Them is by Kevin and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog. I'll admit, when I first started gardening the idea of growing ornamental grasses made no sense to me. If you can't eat it, who cares? I thought. Well, I've changed my ways!Ornamental grasses add a​n extra layer of beauty and depth to your garden and landscaping, and are surprisingly easy to grow.In this article, we'll look […] The post 29+ Ornamental Grasses and How To Grow Them is by Kevin and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog.
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Baking for Valentine's Day

Feb 17 4:42am The Martha Stewart Blog
I love all holidays, and every year, I try to make something special to give to my male friends and colleagues for St. Valentine's Day. This year, I [&hellip...
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Planting Milkweed for the Monarchs

Feb 17 3:00am Garden Betty
It’s one of the greatest migrations of the animal kingdom: Every spring, hundreds of thousands of monarch butterflies sweep across the continent from Mexico to Canada and then back again in fall, a journey spanning nearly 3,000 miles and multiple generations. In fact, recent studies show that it takes up to four generations for monarchs […]The CSA Cookbook makes a great gift for the garden lover and whole-foods cook. Buy it on Amazon or get a personally signed copy directly from my online store! More From Garden BettySmells of SpringTheodore Payne Foundation’s Native Plant Garden Tour (and a Chance to Win Tickets!)Fennel For the Butterflies...
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Urban Farming: A Food Desert Oasis

Feb 16 9:57pm Urban Organic Gardener
“KCET is working with community partners in El Monte and South El Monte to learn about the health and nutrition options available to residents in both cities and throughout the San Gabriel Valley and beyond. Can an urban farm make a difference in a community labeled a food desert? “SoCal Connected” goes to South El […]...
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Its All About Those WallsFeature Walls!

Feb 16 9:04pm HomeJelly
If you’re a decor nerd like me, you know that trends come and go. There’s been a question around the design world whether feature walls (or “accent walls” or “focal walls”, tomAY-to – tomAH-to) are out of style. Or, at the very least, being “handed its hat”. After discovering these design ideas that follow, you’ll...Read More...
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White 2016 A Floral Installation by Rebecca Louise Law

Feb 16 7:01pm Flowerona
Last year, London-based floral artist Rebecca Louise Law created yet another breath-taking installation using thousands of flowers. And this time, it was a collaboration with diamond brand, Forevermark, during Milan Fashion Week. The design which featured over 17,000 white flowers, Acroclinium and Rodanthe, took 800 hours of labour to intricately intertwine the blooms using Rebecca’s signature copper... View Article...
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New Western Monarch and Milkweed Website Launched

Feb 16 5:25pm The Xerces Society
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contacts: Candace Fallon, Senior Conservation Biologist, Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation; (503) 232-6639, ext. 118, candace.fallon@xerces.org. Beth Waterbury, Regional Wildlife Biologist, Idaho Department of Fish and Game; (208) 756-2271, ext. 245, beth.waterbury@idfg.idaho.gov. Ann Potter, Conservation Biologist – Insect Specialist, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife; (360) 902-2496, ann.potter@dfw.wa.gov. New Western Monarch and Read more ...
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Garden Bloggers Bloom Day: February indoor plant party

Feb 16 3:22pm Red Dirt Ramblings®
Sorry, I’m late to the Garden Bloggers Bloom Day party. I didn’t realize it was already mid-February. How could I miss it with Valentine’s Day right before? Well, everyone here has been sick since Christmas. That’s my excuse, and I’m sticking to it. There’s so much blooming in my red dirt world so let’s get […] The post Garden Bloggers Bloom Day: February indoor plant party appeared first on Red Dirt Ramblings®.
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Seed Starting 101

Feb 16 1:02pm Garden Therapy
Are you planning to start a garden this year? Congratulations! It’s a big deal! Whether you are a seasoned gardener or a beginner, growing a garden is good for everybody. It feeds the soul and... Please see the full article on http://GardenTherapy.ca...
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Winter Gardening: 13+ Tips and To-Dos

Feb 16 12:00pm Epic Gardening
The post Winter Gardening: 13+ Tips and To-Do’s is by Kevin and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog. For a gardening enthusiast, there’s nothing worse than not getting out into your green space. If you’ve got a green-fingered calling, the winter can put the brakes on your passion and bring down your mood. Luckily, there are many ways to stay busy in the garden during the winter. How to Keep Gardening in Winter Prepare […] The post Winter Gardening: 13+ Tips and To-Do’s is by Kevin and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog.
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Sometimes Plants Surprise Me: Garden Bloggers Bloom Day February 2017

Feb 16 10:53am Cold Climate Gardening
Sometimes plants surprise me. It surprises me that this ‘Sweet Nymph’ amaryllis is blooming. Why? Because I didn’t follow any of the “rules” for getting an amaryllis to re-bloom. I did not put it (or my other amaryllises) in a closet in mid-August or early September. Why would I, when the plants were growing lushly? […]...
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A Trip to Charleston, South Carolina

Feb 16 6:08am The Martha Stewart Blog
Business trips are always most enjoyable when I can also squeeze in a little time to learn about the wonderful places I visit. Recently, I flew down to [&hellip...
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Brilliant News from The Walled Nursery at Hawkhurst

Feb 16 3:30am The Enduring Gardener
I’m a regular and enthusiastic visitor to this lovely nursery and I have watched progress with interest since Emma and Monty Davies took it over seven years ago. Like many previously productive walled gardens, it had fallen into dereliction and its thirteen 19th century Foster & Pearson glasshouses were in varying states of collapse and […]...
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February Gardenbloggers' Bloom Day

Feb 15 5:15pm clay and limestone
There's not much showing in my garden right now. By not much, I mean any of my wildflower loves, but there are a few delightful non natives that have been in the garden since it's earliest days. Like the golden yellow daffodils that came with the yard. I've added more over the years and I'll have them in bloom until the temperatures soar into the 80s!The rivers of Crocus tommasinianus that I planted every year have been eaten by hungry chipmunks and voles/mice. Mr I Don't Garden says I don't get to complain since I have invited wildlife into the garden. He's right, I do have a very welcoming sign posted in the front garden, but that doesn't mean, I want them to eat all my plants!But, being a non-gardener, he doesn't understand how brokenhearted a gardener can feel when she waits all year to see crocus blooms on chilly winter days and instead of a river of the thousands she's planted ther...
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Big Dreams, Small Garden

Feb 15 2:30pm Small Town Gardener
Over the last eight years, I have written many columns encouraging people to face the space in which they find themselves and to create the garden that lives within them. Particularly in the midst of the difficult economic period of the last decade. Disturbingly, one of the things that I often heard when I initially […]...
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Broadleaf Lady Palm (Rhapis Excelsa): Growing Tips and Care

Feb 15 11:30am Epic Gardening
The post Broadleaf Lady Palm (Rhapis Excelsa): Growing Tips and Care is by Kevin and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog. Broadleaf lady palms are a strange species of fan palms that actually don't exist in the wild — they came from Chinese cultivators.They're exceptionally good indoor houseplants, because they clean toxins from the air. The main four they process are carbon dioxide, formaldehyde, xylene, and ammonia. They're also easy to care for, making them good for gardening […] The post Broadleaf Lady Palm (Rhapis Excelsa): Growing Tips and Care is by Kevin and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog.
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My Blooming Orchids

Feb 15 5:00am The Martha Stewart Blog
It's no secret that I love gardening, and I love plants of all kinds - in particular, potted plants. I keep a rather sizable collection of specimens in [&hellip...
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Zita Elze at Brides The Show October 2016

Feb 14 7:01pm Flowerona
An absolutely breath-taking floral installation by Zita Elze is the focus of this week’s Wedding Wednesday blog post. Zita created the design at Brides The Show, which took place in London last autumn. And I was thrilled to hear that, yet again, she was awarded the Editor’s Gold Design Award! Zita’s concept for the design was pure white,... View Article...
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Sprawling Urban Garden Coming to San Antonios East Side

Feb 14 10:41am Urban Organic Gardener
“The best way to trick kids to eat veggies is to get them to grow it. They see the entire process from seed to plate,” said Lucke, who added that a number of community partners have been working for at least two years to make this day a reality. “We knew that the east side […]...
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Plant Spring Bulbs for an Outstanding Summer Display

Feb 14 8:36am Garden Therapy
Summer is the pinnacle of the gardening year. When the vegetables are ripening and the perennials have filled in the space, you may be entertaining outdoors, attending garden tours, or spending a... Please see the full article on http://GardenTherapy.ca...
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Why buy a greenhouse ?

Feb 14 5:21am The Enduring Gardener
Getting out in the garden at this time of year requires motivation and the appropriate winter clothing. Unless you have a greenhouse that is. A greenhouse offers protection from the elements and crucially at this time of year affords you plenty of space to plant up your precious seeds, stealing a march on your less equipped neighbours. Goodbye […]...
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Snow at Skylands

Feb 14 5:13am The Martha Stewart Blog
Skylands, my well-loved home in Maine, is a winter wonderland. The recent snowstorms, which covered my Bedford, New York farm under a foot of snow also hit Mount [&hellip...
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White Sage Plant: Growing Guide, Smudging, and Seeds

Feb 13 8:33pm Epic Gardening
The post White Sage Plant: Growing Guide, Smudging, and Seeds is by Kevin and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog. If there's any herb that has a history, it's white sage.it's been used for hundreds of years, most notably among the native american tribes, where it's known as qaashil, pilhtaay, shaltai, and many more ancient names.​It lives well past two years if properly cared for, and it's easy to care for — so you should […] The post White Sage Plant: Growing Guide, Smudging, and Seeds is by Kevin and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog.
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White (Ghost) Pumpkins: Care, Types, and Growing Tips

Feb 13 4:43pm Epic Gardening
The post White (Ghost) Pumpkins: Care, Types, and Growing Tips is by Kevin and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog. All right, I'll 'fess up...I like a good shortcut. Something that can save me time and energy is guaranteed to make me smile.Take for example the white ghost pumpkin. White pumpkins can be made into a jack o'lantern with a ghostly twist using a few strokes of a knife or paintbrush, then turned into a […] The post White (Ghost) Pumpkins: Care, Types, and Growing Tips is by Kevin and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog.
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Garden Quotes Celebrate Year of the Rose

Feb 13 2:41pm Your Easy Garden
Each year the National Garden Bureau selects one annual, one perennial, one bulb and one edible as their “Year of the” crops. Each is chosen because they are popular, easy-to-grow, widely adaptable, genetically diverse, and versatile. This year, we’re delighted that the rose was chosen as the perennial. In honor of this selection, we thought we’d […]...
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What Took Me So Long?

Feb 13 9:59am The Enduring Gardener
Faced with the chore of removing all the leaves from the borders so that the spring bulbs don’t have to fight their way through a soggy mulch of tulip tree leaves, I finally succumbed and spent £11.99 on a Bin Bag Loader.  This rectangular piece of rigid plastic can be put in any plastic sack, […]...
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Interview with Shane Connolly, author of the new book Discovering the Meaning of Flowers

Feb 13 9:36am Flowerona
Last week, you may have seen on my Instagram Story that I had the pleasure of attending the book launch for Shane Connolly’s new book, ‘Discovering the Meaning of Flowers’. Well, today I’m delighted to feature an exclusive interview with Shane, where he shares his inspiration behind the book. Could you tell us what inspired... View Article...
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Attending the Super Bowl in Houston

Feb 13 6:22am The Martha Stewart Blog
The Super Bowl is always so much fun. Every year, I try to attend the Big Game with my good friends, Jane Heller and her husband, Steve Gerard. [&hellip...
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Gardeners Roll Call: Monday, February 13, 2017

Feb 13 4:37am Gardening with Confidence, Plants with Benefits, & Good Berry Bad Berry with Helen Yoest
THE WEEK Spring-like all week! I could get use to this! THE RAIN Tuesday, 0.1 in Wednesday, 0.2 in Sunday, 0.1 in THE DEEDS MONDAY I miss my morning walks with Elizabeth Galecke, but thew, today I clocked 13,493 steps, so I have the 10k covered. I miss more the conversation most. I couldn’t wait […]...
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Grow Love, Give Valentines Seeds

Feb 13 3:39am Pith + Vigor – Cultivating Garden Style
Spring is near, why not plant some Valentines seeds?   I am increasingly becoming a seed growing convert.  No, I am not rigging up crazy light contraptions in my home (in the absence of the dreamy greenhouse). But, to get great plants for less money, I am experimenting with direct to the ground plantings.   My success […] The post Grow Love, Give Valentines Seeds appeared first on Cultivate Your Garden Style.
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VermisTerra Worm Castings and Teas for Soil Enrichment

Feb 12 10:59pm Veggie Gardening Tips
A previous post detailed a simple worm bin that can be made out of recycled materials and kept right inside your home. But not everyone wants to take care of worms or have them in the house, in spite of the benefits gained through recycling kitchen scraps and producing a wonderful plant fertilizer in the […]...
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Nature Hikes and Photography

Feb 12 7:00pm Garden Walk Garden Talk
I have been missing from Garden Walk Garden Talk these last few weeks because… I have been traveling on nature hikes here and in Canada. Some of you have seen my wildlife pics on Nature and Wildlife Pics or on … Continue reading →...
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stink bugs, shrubs in perennial beds, sourcing plants, damping off: q&a with ken druse

Feb 12 4:56pm A Way To Garden
FROM DEALING WITH stink bugs in the vegetable garden to making room for shrubs that lend more four-season structure in [read more…] The post stink bugs, shrubs in perennial beds, sourcing plants, damping off: q&a with ken druse appeared first on A Way To Garden.
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The Urban Farming Revolution / TEDx Talk

Feb 12 11:00am Urban Organic Gardener
“Jesse DuBois is an urban agriculturalist. He moved to Los Angeles to become a screenwriter, but instead got caught up in reshaping the food system. He is the CoFounder and currently serves as the Chief Eclectic Officer for two start-ups: Farmscape, an urban farming maintenance company, and Agrisaurus, a web-based polyculture gardening assistant. Horticulturally, he […]...
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Vanilla Bean Winter Lotion Bar

Feb 12 8:24am Garden Therapy
Homemade lotion bars are popular because they are convenient, full of healthy skin ingredients, and make wonderful gifts. If you have tried a lotion bar before and didn’t care for it, please give... Please see the full article on http://GardenTherapy.ca...
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