Best Backpack Sprayers For Your Yard and Garden

May 26 10:30am Epic Gardening
The post Best Backpack Sprayers For Your Yard and Garden is by Kevin and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog. There is no question that gardening can be an enjoyable experience. Carefully planting and caring for your lawn, plants, trees and even vegetables can be rewarding. However, to ensure your plants and lawn remain healthy, you have to maintain the space. Without the right tools, this can be quite time-consuming. With a quality backpack sprayer, ... Read more The post Best Backpack Sprayers For Your Yard and Garden is by Kevin and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog.
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Gardeners: Save Time and Money with These 10 Tips

May 26 7:57am Urban Organic Gardener
“Every gardener likes to save money and time. I thought as the gardening season gets rolling, you might appreciate some tips in these areas. 1- Making a new garden? Start with a plan. Remember, a smaller scaled garden translates into less work and money. 2- Container gardens are fun and easy, and they’re a necessity […]...
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You Can Leave Your Hat On

May 26 6:55am Small Town Gardener
Very few of us can honestly say we look better naked.  Fabric is a true and loyal friend, and that bond grows ever stronger as we age. This week I have been pondering such truths as I stared unashamedly at my friend Harry Lauder (or rather his walking stick) from my bedroom window, and realized […]...
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Cleaning the Chicken Coops and Installing New Nesting Boxes

May 26 6:12am The Martha Stewart Blog
As many of you know, I’ve long enjoyed the pastime of raising chickens. I began raising chickens primarily for their delicious, fresh eggs, but over the years, I’ve [&hellip...
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Give Water Features New Life With Succulents

May 26 1:18am Ramblings from a Desert Garden
Water features have long had a prominent spot in the landscape, where the both the beauty and sound of water help to create an enjoyable outdoor atmosphere. However, water features can be high maintenance, messy to clean, and can be problematic in arid climates where water is a precious resource. Because of these reasons, it’s not... The post Give Water Features New Life With Succulents appeared first on Ramblings from a Desert Garden.
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Its a Book Launch Party for NEW Gardening in Miniature Prop Shop Book!

May 25 8:09pm The Mini Garden Guru – Your Miniature Garden Source
It’s a Book Launch Party for NEW Gardening in Miniature Prop Shop Book! Insert much rejoicing here! It’s like Christmas when you were a kid. You can’t rush time and fast forward to the big day either. You know it’s coming and that it will soon be here but the wait is oh-so-painful! When is our new […]...
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Create a No-Till Garden and Retire Your Tiller Forever + a Giveaway!

May 25 8:13am Garden Therapy
It is a wonderful feeling to discover a gardening hack that saves you time and effort without decreasing the health of your garden. Imagine the extra time you would have if you never tilled your... Please see the full article on http://GardenTherapy.ca...
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Preparing for a Weekend at Skylands

May 25 4:52am The Martha Stewart Blog
Memorial Day weekend is fast approaching. For me, every Memorial Day weekend signals a significant change of seasons. It's traditionally the weekend I go to Skylands, my home [&hellip...
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Red Elderberry: Wildflower Wednesday

May 24 10:02pm Cold Climate Gardening
I've lived here over five years now, but just when I think I've seen all the plants that grow wild here, another one catches my attention and arouses my curiosity. Several people suggested it was baneberry, and baneberry does bloom around the same time, with a similarly shaped flower. Only one problem: Baneberry is herbaceous, and the flowers were blooming on a woody plant. Hmm, what could it be?...
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How to Keep Ticks Out of Your Yard and Garden

May 24 9:11pm Gardening Channel
We live deep in tick country. Fully half of the ticks here can infect a person with Lyme disease and they are out in force if the weather is halfway decent. If you’re planning to be outside and enjoy the summer, it’s just a battle you have to fight. That adds a rare element of […]...
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Home, Briefly

May 24 8:13pm Garden Betty
What a month. What. a. month! It went something like this: Week one, traipse through the snow in Tahoe. (Have you seen the video of my baby snowboarding in Tahoe Donner? Twelve months old and already riding like she’s too cool for school.) Week two, brave an 8,000-mile flight to Vietnam with a baby and sweat buckets in the tropics. Week three, watch my crawling baby turn into a walking toddler while visiting pagodas in Myanmar. Week four, take aforementioned toddler for her first swim in the South China Sea. Week five, come home to the first egg from the new flock (it’s blue!) and a wildly weedy garden. In fact, I’m too embarrassed to show you what the garden looks like right now, especially after that beautiful tour I posted a few weeks ago. From what I can see out the window, the nasturtiums are all dead, the spring crops have bolted, and the paths, potted plants, and raised beds are all covered with sticky flower droppings from our feijoa tree. But, some nice surprises as well: tons of tomatoes, a fully leafed-out mulberry tree with handfuls of berries ripening every day, and our fig tree, pomegranate tree, blueberries, […] The post Home, Briefly appeared first on Garden Betty. We have an official release date! The New Camp Cookbook comes out on July 1, 2017, and is now available for preorder! I can't wait for you to see it! More From Garden BettyAsia-Bound!Five Things Friday...
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Plant lilies for summer garden drama

May 24 5:02pm Red Dirt Ramblings®
Want some drama in the summer garden? Why don’t you plant some lilies this year? You say you’re scared of lilies? Don’t be. Though they look exotic, lilies are pretty easy to grow. In Oklahoma, the genus Lilium is almost foolproof grown in sandy soil. If you have clay, amend it to the max with […] The post Plant lilies for summer garden drama appeared first on Red Dirt Ramblings®.
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Flamingo Flower (Anthurium Scherzeranum) Care

May 24 12:00pm Epic Gardening
The post Flamingo Flower (Anthurium Scherzeranum) Care is by hp4u and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog. A plant with a lot of personality and even more interesting names: I'm talking about the Flamingo Flower, or Anthurium. Green, heart-shaped leaves with white, pink, lavender, orange, or red spathes that inspired names like Pigtail Plant, Painter's Palette, and Painted Tongue. If you want to show true hospitality, you'll bring this plant to your ... Read more The post Flamingo Flower (Anthurium Scherzeranum) Care is by hp4u and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog.
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Plants for Pollinators: Culvers Root

May 24 10:29am The Xerces Society
This post is part of an ongoing series highlighting some of the best plants for pollinators from coast-to-coast. Drawing from our books 100 Plants to Feed the Bees, Gardening for Butterflies , and our Monarch Nectar Plant Guides. Culver’s Root Veranicastrum virginicum spp. Culver’s Root has largely been ignored by beekeepers and gardeners, but has Read more ...
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Hydroponic Gardening Program Wins Over Students

May 24 7:52am Urban Organic Gardener
“Engaging youth in learning to grow and care for their plants serves as both a way to spark interest and curiosity in science and offers an easy way for after-school instructors to support their students in learning science,” said Lynch School of Education Professor of Science Education Michael Barnett, the project leader. Most after-school instructors […]...
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Planting Onions in the Vegetable Garden

May 24 5:48am The Martha Stewart Blog
Planting is in full swing down in my vegetable garden. Ryan, Wilmer, and our NYBG intern, Wambui, have been very busy planting the broccoli, cabbage and cauliflower, and [&hellip...
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Wildflower Wednesday: Spiderwort

May 24 2:00am clay and limestone
I love my garden in the early morning. Once the sun has made it past the trees, it begins to spot light the shadier garden nooks. Spiderworts look their best in that cool morning sun. The sun light makes those feathery violet hairs glow. Later in the day they're washed out by the hot, bright light, but that is the case for many delicate flowers.Spiderwort is ephemeral - its flowers stay open only one day. Tradescantia  virginiana like all members of the dayflower/Commelinaceae family is ephemeral - its flowers stay open only one day (half day if sited in full sun), but, it continues blooming for a long time. The leaves are strappy, with pointed tips. Each has a channel (which looks like the perfect place to fold it) and is bright green with a dark green midvein and visible parallel veins.Cultivars are now offered with, blue-green, chartreuse, or yellow leaves. I love the species plants and usually prefer them to cultivars, but, in this case, I say, go ahead and add whatever spiderwort cultivars you want to your garden. They all attract pollinators and for me, that's important...but, so is beauty! Just take a look a 'Kate' in the photo below. She's a beauty in chartreuse leaves and those purple flower pops against them.'Kate' a cultivar same flowers prettier leavesIn my garden, spiderwort's arching stems are usually 2 to 3 foot tall. They haven't spread beyond their original plantings, but then C and L doesn't have rich, moist soil, which would encourage it to misbehave. They are known to spread by seed and are best dug out when young, before a thick, fibrous root develops in the middle of one of your prize plants.There seem to be two explanations of the origin of the common name: either from the sticky secretion exuded from cut or broken stems, which hardens into web-like threads or from from the angular placements of its leaves, which suggests a sitting spider. The sitting spider is a new one to me, but certainly got me on my hands and knees checking out the flowers.It's a fabulous garden worthy plant, but it is not without its detractors! striking purplish blue flowers with three petals, 6 yellow stamens and the most exquisite spidery violet hairs. Perhaps it those detractors and their negative reviews of spiderwort that keep it from being in more wildflower gardens. I have often been asked to recommend plants for native/wildflower gardens and when...
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Useful Avocado Hacks Every Guacamole Lover Should Know

May 23 2:52pm Gardening Channel
Sure, we have all eaten guacamole. But aside from Mexican food, have you ever eaten an avocado?  If not, you should try them! Why are so many people giving you new and inventive ways to eat more avocado?  It’s because they are practically a superfood. They are an excellent source of monounsaturated fat (that’s the […]...
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60+ Garden Quotes To Nurture Your Green Thumb

May 23 12:39pm Epic Gardening
The post 60+ Garden Quotes To Nurture Your Green Thumb is by Kevin and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog. Sometimes gardening can be frustrating! There are so many variables that can affect your garden it’s sometimes difficult to see the “bright side” when everything goes wrong. But, a lesson is learned with every failure and we gardeners continue growing and moving forward. When you think all hope is lost, take a step back, re-motivate ... Read more The post 60+ Garden Quotes To Nurture Your Green Thumb is by Kevin and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog.
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Summering Houseplants in Beautiful Arrangements

May 23 7:26am Garden Therapy
Go ahead and give your houseplants a summer vacation! Houseplants can benefit from being moved outdoors during warmer months. Instead of simply moving them as they are, add a few annuals and make... Please see the full article on http://GardenTherapy.ca...
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Martha & Marley Spoon: Grill with Martha

May 23 5:24am The Martha Stewart Blog
It’s time to start thinking about summer entertaining. Last week, to celebrate the beautiful warm weather, we hosted a special Martha & Marley Spoon Grilling event at our [&hellip...
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Shanghais New Farming District: Vertical Farms and Seed Libraries

May 23 4:00am Urban Organic Gardener
“The city is planning a 250-acre agricultural district, which will function as a space to work, live, shop, and farm food. Called Sunqiao Shanghai, it will include new public plazas, parks, housing, stores, restaurants, greenhouses, and a science museum. Some of the crops will be grown hydroponically indoors (i.e. under LEDs and in nutrient-rich water […]...
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Glamour in the Garden

May 22 5:07pm Your Easy Garden
I know we have heard a lot over recent years about bringing the garden indoors and conversely, bringing the living room outdoors. The various influencers who’ve been telling us about this couldn’t be more correct when it comes to a perfect fit with our modern lifestyle.         We also have seen an […]...
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20+ Neem Oil Uses In The Garden and Beyond

May 22 4:16pm Epic Gardening
The post 20+ Neem Oil Uses In The Garden and Beyond is by Kevin and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog. As gardeners, we’re always looking for an edge… Something that’ll prevent pests, diseases, and make our lives easier out there in the garden. A long-time favorite of both beginner and veteran growers is neem oil. But what is this “magical” substance exactly and how does it work? Is it safe? Can you use it for ... Read more The post 20+ Neem Oil Uses In The Garden and Beyond is by Kevin and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog.
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On Tour

May 22 12:48pm Pith + Vigor – Cultivating Garden Style
I have always thought that viewing a private garden as part of a guided tour is awkward at best, regimented at worst. The post On Tour appeared first on Cultivate Your Garden Style.
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Gardeners Roll Call: Monday, May 22, 2017

May 22 6:51am Gardening with Confidence, Plants with Benefits, & Good Berry Bad Berry with Helen Yoest
THE WEEK The heat has returned and the rain went a way. Not the best combination. THE RAIN THE DEEDS MONDAY I’ve declared Mondays the best day to run errands. Others like to do it when the weather is bad, but I like to do it when the floral van is available. I had to […]...
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A Tour Through My Gardens

May 22 5:08am The Martha Stewart Blog
The gardens at my Bedford, New York farm are changing every single day, and they look amazing. Trees are leafing out and flowers are bursting with color and [&hellip...
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How To Transplant A Plant From Dirt To Hydroponics

May 22 12:11am NoSoilSolutions
I am not a patient person, it is something I’m working on. I don’t always like to wait on germinating seeds and growing seedlings to start my hydroponic garden. To cut down the time I have to wait, I often purchase plans from the garden store then transplant them into my hydroponic system. It’s an The post How To Transplant A Plant From Dirt To Hydroponics appeared first on NoSoilSolutions.
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Epsom Salts in your garden and lawn claims vs facts

May 21 2:34pm Big Blog Of Gardening Update
Big Blog Of Gardening Articles and social media posts on using Epsom Salts to improve your garden and lawn are everywhere. Unfortunately, these are urban myths. Continue reading → Epsom... Click on link to read more...
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organic rose care, with scott arboretums adam glas

May 21 9:30am A Way To Garden
I CONFESS to a decided dearth of roses here in my northern garden, with only a few species types in [read more…] The post organic rose care, with scott arboretum’s adam glas appeared first on A Way To Garden.
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How to Make Gorgeous Painted Beehives

May 21 8:40am Garden Therapy
People have been creating intricately painted beehives for hundreds of years. It is a practical and fun way to make hives into a form of garden art, as well as a great way to get children involved... Please see the full article on http://GardenTherapy.ca...
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Incredible Vertical Skyscraper Could Feed an Entire Town

May 21 7:40am Urban Organic Gardener
“Part of the tower would be made of modular pieces, which would allow it to be taken apart and transported somewhere else. (Though, the designers do not say how long that process would take.) ‘When farmers improve their harvests, they pull themselves out of poverty. They also start producing surplus food for their neighbors. When farmers […]...
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Urban Farming with Nick DeMarsh

May 20 7:24am Urban Organic Gardener
Nick DeMarsh, food systems developer with Groundwork Milwaukee, joined Pete Schwaba to talk about Groundwork Milwaukee’s Young Farmers Program. DeMarsh’s Young Farmers Program teaches kids about urban farming and how food can be used to help communities. Original article can be found at: “www.wtmj.com“...
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My Trip to Africa, Part Two

May 20 5:37am The Martha Stewart Blog
There is so much to see in Africa - if you've never been on a safari, I encourage you to make the trip! In March, Alexis, Jude, Truman, [&hellip...
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Miniature Garden Therapy Mission: Spark Joy

May 19 7:18pm The Mini Garden Guru – Your Miniature Garden Source
Miniature Garden Therapy Mission: Spark Joy I love it when a plan comes together. Now, to see if it works! After talking to Linda for a minute on that cold, gray day in the middle of the winter, it felt like I was talking to an old friend. She was asking if I knew of a speaker […]...
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Air Layering: How to Propagate Plants With This Unique Method

May 19 5:55pm Epic Gardening
The post Air Layering: How to Propagate Plants With This Unique Method is by Kevin and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog. When it comes to propagating plants, our minds jump to the usual methods: Taking cuttings Planting seeds Dividing But what if I told you that there’s another way? Enter: Air Layering. It’s one of the most intricate propagation methods, as you are propagating while still attached to the mother plant. Sound confusing? Don’t worry, it’s ... Read more The post Air Layering: How to Propagate Plants With This Unique Method is by Kevin and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog.
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Growing Peaches and Making Jam

May 19 3:05pm Ramblings from a Desert Garden
It’s one of my favorite times of year in the garden – my peach trees are heavily laden with delicious, sweet fruit ready for picking. Many people are surprised to learn that you can grow peaches in Arizona, but they do very well. However, they do ripen earlier than in cooler climates. May is peach... The post Growing Peaches and Making Jam appeared first on Ramblings from a Desert Garden.
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Cooking for My Dogs

May 19 4:57am The Martha Stewart Blog
When it comes to supper, everyone loves a delicious, healthy home-cooked meal - even the pets. Sharing a home with any pet is a huge responsibility - one [&hellip...
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DIY Floating Planter for Water Gardens and Ponds

May 18 7:09pm Garden Therapy
A floating garden is a brilliant way to bring color to your pond or backyard water feature. The best part is that you don’t have to go hunting for a pond planter because it is a simple DIY you can... Please see the full article on http://GardenTherapy.ca...
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McQueens Italian Masterclass | Palazzo Tartagliozzi in Cermignano | May 2017

May 18 7:01pm Flowerona
Last week, I was invited to attend a McQueens Italian Masterclass at Palazzo Tartagliozzi in Cermignano. (You may have seen my images on Instagram, plus photos and videos on Instagram Stories?) Well…what an incredible experience it was! I arrived on the Wednesday evening in darkness and couldn’t quite believe my eyes the next day when I... View Article...
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Sneakers Made from Corn?

May 18 7:25am Urban Organic Gardener
“Facing overstuffed silos and forecasts for another huge harvest this year, U.S. farmers are trying to find new uses for their corn and soybeans. Robust demand for processed foods, animal feed and biofuels isn’t keeping up with a record glut of crops in the U.S. and around the world, after several years of bumper harvests […]...
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Fruit Trees from Fedco

May 18 5:59am The Martha Stewart Blog
My giant tree planting project at the farm continues with more than a hundred wonderful fruit trees. This season, we’ve potted and planted thousands of trees - deciduous, [&hellip...
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Lilactree Farm Garden Notes, No. 2, 2017: Lily Beetles, Weatherland, and A Very Early Spring

May 17 10:13pm Cold Climate Gardening
Most discussions of lily beetles are a little helpful and considerably depressing. Many gardeners have abandoned growing lilies because the battle against the beetles is time- consuming and messy. But may I suggest that if (a) you have lots of free time (as I do) and (b) are willing to get some blood on your hands (as I am) that all is not lost. Many hundreds of lilies grow here so you will understand that we have a major interest in this problem. Here are some suggestions. Tips and a book review from guest contributor Brian Bixley.
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Vintage Overnight Case Makes a Flashy Vintage Camera Case

May 17 9:48pm HomeJelly
{To watch the fun transformation video…scroll down!}  Saaaaaaaay, Cheese! Whoever “invented” this get-ready-to-take-a-picture slogan was a genius – it’s short, simple, and truly places your mouth in the perfect position for the camera (though, Gabrielle Taylor might disagree) Nevertheless… Another genius was my Great-Aunt Ellen, who had the foresight to hand down her overnight vintage valise...Read More...
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Book Review of Brand Brilliance by Fiona Humberstone

May 17 7:01pm Flowerona
‘Creating a brilliant brand is about creating a business that plays to your strengths and feeds your unique passion. It’s about putting your focus on doing that thing that you do better than anyone else and celebrating it through everything you communicate.’ Fiona Humberstone, The Brand Stylist You may have seen my recent YouTube video where... View Article...
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Fertilizer Spreader Buyers Guide: Broadcast, Drop, Hand Held, and Tow Behind Explained

May 17 6:45pm Epic Gardening
The post Fertilizer Spreader Buyer’s Guide: Broadcast, Drop, Hand Held, and Tow Behind Explained is by Kevin and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog. If you’re lucky enough to have a large yard or garden, you’ll probably need a fertilizer spreader to take some work off of your plate. Also known as lawn or seed spreaders, these handy tools make seeding or fertilizing your yard an absolute breeze…but choosing one can be a pain. There three different types of ... Read more The post Fertilizer Spreader Buyer’s Guide: Broadcast, Drop, Hand Held, and Tow Behind Explained is by Kevin and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog.
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Plants you can eat are a pollinator treat

May 17 11:53am The Xerces Society
If you enjoy growing cucumbers, squash, melons, and other insect pollinated crops, you already know the necessity of having some pollinator pals around. Setting aside part of your vegetable garden specifically for pollinators provides direct benefits in the form of larger, more abundant, and better formed fruits and vegetables. But even fruits and vegetables that Read more ...
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En Vacances

May 17 11:38am The Patient Gardener
A holiday is a time to rest, recuperate, to discover new things  and places, to consider things, make big decisions, make small decisions or just to be.  A holiday gives us the distance to see things from a fresh perspective,... Continue Reading →...
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Lunch with Patsy Pollack

May 17 5:27am The Martha Stewart Blog
Spring is a wonderful time to get together with friends. Last weekend, after our morning at the Trade Secrets rare plant and garden antiques sale in Sharon, Connecticut, [&hellip...
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12 Breath-Taking Bridal Bouquets Featuring David Austin Roses

May 16 7:01pm Flowerona
With wedding season starting to pick up pace and a high profile wedding taking place this weekend (!), today I’m delighted to feature 12 breath-taking bridal bouquets showcasing romantic, timeless David Austin roses. Let’s start off with one of the most popular, Juliet, above. Keira Darcey Patience Miranda Tess Beatrice Capability Purity Carey Kate Constance Aren’t they all absolutely stunning?!... View Article...
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How to Make the Perfect Edible Flower Ice Cubes

May 16 1:59pm Garden Therapy
These edible flower ice cubes make a stunning show in a garden cocktail. Use them to decorate events like weddings or showers, or just to add a little pretty to your glass of water! The only annuals... Please see the full article on http://GardenTherapy.ca...
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birdnote q&a: in mothering among birds, a mix of styles

May 16 10:08am A Way To Garden
A MOURNING DOVE waddled across the backyard, squatted down, laid an egg, sat for a half-hour—and then, goodbye. So much [read more…] The post birdnote q&a: in mothering among birds, a mix of styles appeared first on A Way To Garden.
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Ex-Basketball Player Inspires Urban Farmers

May 16 6:41am Urban Organic Gardener
“Located on what was the last tract of property zoned for agriculture in Milwaukee, a former professional athlete started a farm that has spurred dozens of others to grow in cities’ urban cores.” “What I’m teaching today, a lot was passed on to me by my parents,” Allen said. “My family has been farming for […]...
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Trade Secrets 2017

May 16 5:21am The Martha Stewart Blog
If my schedule allows I always try to fit in a visit to the annual Trade Secrets rare plant and gardening antiques sale - it’s among my favorite [&hellip...
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New Plants for the Secret Garden: Garden Bloggers Bloom Day May 2017

May 15 6:42pm Cold Climate Gardening
Take a stroll with me through the Secret Garden and admire the flowers I recently planted to make this garden even more beautiful. I hope it delights you as much as it delights me!...
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From the Ground to the Table: Community Supported Agriculture

May 15 10:22am Urban Organic Gardener
“CSAs benefit consumers by providing them with fresh, local produce at a reasonable price. As our lives get busier, it only gets harder to make time for thoughtful grocery shopping, where you try to get a healthy mix of fruits and vegetables. Eliminating that task is a big time-saver. The unexpected benefit of using a […]...
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Bearded Iris: The Most Popular Flower With the Most Colors

May 15 10:00am Epic Gardening
The post Bearded Iris: The Most Popular Flower With the Most Colors is by Kevin and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog. What's your favorite color? Is it one that you have a hard time finding in flowers and plants for your garden? Perhaps your landscape is seriously lacking a specific color. Or maybe you just want ALL the colors. Every single one.Look no further than the bearded iris to fulfill all your color-rich dreams. Even if you're […] The post Bearded Iris: The Most Popular Flower With the Most Colors is by Kevin and appeared first on Epic Gardening, the best urban gardening, hydroponic gardening, and aquaponic gardening blog.
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Gardeners Roll Call: Monday, May 15, 2016

May 15 5:35am Gardening with Confidence, Plants with Benefits, & Good Berry Bad Berry with Helen Yoest
THE WEEK Rain most of the week! Absolutely beautiful Sunday! THE RAIN Tuesday, o.5 in. Friday, 0.7 in. THE DEEDS MONDAY Sunday evening, Lara Rose called to say the van died. Went in a little late so David and I could sell the Buick from our company to me. This car will be driven by […]...
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Planting More David Austin Roses

May 15 5:25am The Martha Stewart Blog
I love all your wonderful comments about my beautiful gardens - thank you for sharing them with me.  Last week, we received another delivery of David Austin roses [&hellip...
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