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  • 20 Nov

    11 Incredible Flowers That Attract Bees to Your Garden

    Posted by: Jessica M.
    The US bee population has been declining at an alarming rate. Other than beekeeping, you can help boost their numbers through gardening. This provides them with a vital food source. To determine whether your location is suitable for such flowers, visit your nearest gardening center or refer to your ...
  • 17 Nov

    watered

    Posted by: Craig M.
    watered all gardens
  • 5 Nov

    mowed

    Posted by: Craig M.
    mowed lawns
  • 29 Oct
  • 28 Oct

    mowed

    Posted by: Craig M.
    mowed lawns
  • 21 Oct

    mowed

    Posted by: Craig M.
    mowed lawn and watered
  • 13 Oct

    water

    Posted by: Craig M.
    watered all gardens fertilised fruit trees
  • 15 Sep

    How tall does photinia red robin grow?

    Posted by: Alberto L.
    If we begin to enumerate the bushes most popularly used in gardens around the world, the Photinia will surely come to our head, and among the large number of variances we will think of the Photinia Red Robin. Its great particularity compared to the other varieties of Photinias is that their leaves ...
  • 13 Aug

    New plant

    Posted by: Eugenia R.
    Spindle "Harlequin"
  • 13 Aug

    New plants

    Posted by: Eugenia R.
    Fuchsia "Alice Hoffman"
  • 12 Aug

    new plants

    Posted by: Eugenia R.
    Today I have planted Pheonix Canariensis (Canary Islands date palm tree) and couple of mini Cyclamens in my front garden.
  • 3 Aug

    Grapes in August, 2019

    Posted by: Roxana
    Our grapes are turning from green to red. In a week or two I think we will be enjoying them for dessert.
  • 26 Jul

    My plants

    Posted by: Kirsty H.
    Gaura lindheimeri'Whirling Butterflies' Geranium sanguineum var. striatum Delphinium pacific giant ‘Galahad’
  • 11 Jul

    The Lone Cherry

    Posted by: Alexa A.
    We appear to have an unexpected ability to grow fruit... thankfully, because we can't grow anything else effectively. This season we have been blessed with 1.5kg of gooseberries, 400g of blackcurrants, a cherry and a handful of raspberries. The blackberry bush is flowering, so we may yet see a few ...
  • 9 Jun

    orchid

    Posted by: Craig M.
    orchid has two flower spikes
  • 30 May

    Grape clusters for May 30, 2019

    Posted by: Roxana
    So far, our grapes are progressing nicely. This is a picture of our grape clusters for May 30, 2019. We did cut a few clusters horizontally at the ends, because we read that this would yield stronger, bigger grapes. We left most of the grapes uncut, as the picture posted. By late July or August, I ...
  • 29 Apr

    shrub i like

    Posted by: Patrick M.
    Emerald 'n Gold Wintercreeper Euonymus fortunei 'Emerald 'n Gold'
  • 29 Apr

    Plants liked

    Posted by: Patrick M.
    Blue Balloon® Bluebeard Caryopteris x clandonensis 'Korball'
  • 21 Apr

    Grapes, April 20th

    Posted by: Roxana
    Our grapes are back! We hope they make it through the summer for harvest. We had a lot of rain this year for January and February. Maybe this will make a nice difference.
  • 25 Mar

    Forever fruit.... apparently

    Posted by: Alexa A.
    We actually managed to grow a few swedes this season.. that looked like swedes too, despite the slug's best efforts. Yay.! :) We've given up on the 'pretties' as 1) our soil is totally rubbish being mostly construction site sand and debris.. and 2) we get invaded by slugs and snails every time it ...
  • 12 Mar
  • 11 Mar

    front yard

    Posted by: Leanna A.
    Front yard in Lewisville took four and a half bags of red mulch and added some to the side.
  • 11 Mar
  • 26 Feb

    Spring is Coming

    Posted by: Roxana
    Spring is coming. Our annual flowers keep blooming. They are a happy sign for us. A friend gave me these about 7-8 years ago and they still look beautiful every spring.
  • 2 Feb

    February 2019 Lawn

    Posted by: Roxana
    Here's how our lawn looks like this February. It has gotten much greener, because of the recent rains in December and January. It still has some patches of brown dirt. Hopefully, I can cultivate the lawn with some grass seed or patches of grass sod. Obviously, our drought has ended for this year. 
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