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  • 9 May
  • 5 Mar

    Ornamental Grass to Choose for Your Garden: A Simple Guide

    Posted by: Kristina R.
    In gardens and home landscapes, ornamental grasses are valued for their structure, hardiness, ease of care, and multi-season ability, even in harsh conditions. They bring beauty and a sense of tranquility while lending a natural view to a landscape or garden thanks to their color and fine ...
  • 17 Jan

    Important information about Aglaonema or Chinese evergreen

    Posted by: Alberto L.
    The Aglaonema or Chinese Evergreen Tree is known for its attractive and showy foliage. Long bluish-gray green leaves. They support a wide range of interior lighting conditions, from low indirect lighting to bright. When watering, let the top 4 cm of soil dry out completely. It is a perfect species ...
  • 2020

  • 7 Nov

    Dieffenbachia Amoena

    Posted by: Plant A.
    Light: Dieffenbachia Amoena appreciates bright light during the winter months. During the growing season, the plant prefers dappled shade or indirect light.Watering: Dieffenbachia Amoena grows best in soil that is evenly moist, but not soggy. A good rule of thumb is to water when the top inch of ...
  • 7 Nov

    Philodendron Sodiroi Care

    Posted by: Plant A.
    Light: Philodendron Sodiroi thrives in bright to medium indirect light. Not suited for intense, direct sun but can be acclimated to withstand it. Watering: When growing Philodendron Sodiroi, allow the top inch (2.5 cm.) of soil to dry out between waterings. The length of your index finger to the ...
  • 7 Nov

    Philodendron Esmeraldense Care

    Posted by: Plant A.
    Light: Philodendron Esmeraldense grows well in bright indirect light. In lower light, the leaves turn a darker green. Too much light or direct sun burns the leaves or causes the deep green color to fade. Watering: Keep the soil moist at all times. Allow the top of the soil to dry out slightly ...
  • 18 Aug

    What is rhubarb? Benefits and care.

    Posted by: Alberto L.
    Rhubarb is one of the plants that you can grow both in your garden and in a pot. Thanks to its size, which although it reaches three meters in height, it is a herb that does not have invasive roots, making it perfect to have anywhere in the home. It is widely used in the kitchen to prepare ...
  • 8 May

    My blog : new name

    Posted by: Jeanine S.
  • 28 Apr

    Being anywhere in the World, you can Spread the Flowers Love through Fragrance

    Posted by: alexstuart S.
    Flower spreads fragrance any part of the world and flourishes the love or expression you want to send through it. So we are here to help you with Flower delivery anywhere in the World. Flowers help anyone to come to a smile and freshness of love. While sitting anywhere in the world, one can send ...
  • 20 Apr

    Blooming Beautiful and the Puppy Hazard

    Posted by: Alexa A.
    The cherry and pear trees and the gooseberry bush are in full bloom and budding nicely. Susan blossomed with some beautiful deep purple flowers, just before the wind shook all her petals off and Buddy again undershot the mark and paid the price when the frost closed in three nights in a row. He's ...
  • 1 Apr

    My blog

    Posted by: Jeanine S.
    Because of the corona crisis and the quarantine I made a blog about my garden. You can follow me there
  • 21 Mar

    Fruit and Butterfly Bushes Aplenty

    Posted by: Alexa A.
    Finally, we've managed to grow something for more than 4 weeks.!! \o/ The blackberry bush is strong and healthy and on it's second season of fruit production, as is the raspberry bush. The Gooseberry bush starts it's third season, and already there are fruit buds on it's thorny branches. The ...
  • 9 Mar

    The Effect of Pesticides on Bees

    Posted by: Boris D.
    Pesticides are designed to help in the battle against pests. Insecticides, on the other hand, help prevent the effects insects can have on plants. The sad thing is that insecticides end up affecting honeybees. Insecticides can kill honey bees in a variety of ways. First, the bees might come into ...
  • 27 Feb

    Four Ways to Improve Your Vineyard's Soil

    Posted by: Jessica M.
    Certified organic vineyards depend on fertile soils. Optimal soil conditions prevent disease, improve grape flavor and quality, and mitigate drought and other problematic weather conditions. Whether your vineyard is decades old, generations-old or just starting out, here are a few ways you can ...
  • 25 Jan

    How to care your spirea bush

    Posted by: Alberto L.
    Spiraea belongs to the Rosaceae family. It is native to the temperate zones of the northern hemisphere. It comprises about 100 species. Some species of this genus are: Spiraea cantoniensis, Spiraea arguta, Spiraea prunifolia, Spiraea japonica, Spiraea salicifolia, Spiraea acuminata, Spiraea x ...
  • 20 Jan
  • 2019

  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 2018

  • 26 Oct


    Posted by: Little L.
    I don't know how to use this site properly but I need to go ahead and document this before I forget and just give up on it all together.  Yea I brain is just messy and out of control. Rainy afternoon walk to Whitley's florist was amazing.  I stumbled upon a great place to acquire ...
  • 3 Jun

    Just starting

    Posted by: Amy F.
    I know next to nothing about plants.  I never really had much of an interest, the garden was always my Dad's domain, but recently I've been diagnosed with a mobility disorder.  Certain tasks are very difficult and there is no cure- the only thing that might help is certain "low impact" exercises. ...
  • 29 Apr
  • 16 Apr

    Spring Update: Losses and new additions

    Posted by: Alexa A.
    After a mild Winter, and the beginning of a somewhat conservative Spring, we took stock of the garden babies, and went to see what had survived and what had not. The patio tubs had been kept on the patio, but moved under the porch, so the worst of the weather (and the frost) could not touch them. ...
  • 9 Mar

    How to do a Garden Makeover in Just One Day?

    Posted by: Elisha M.
    Bored of the old looks of your yard and garden? You always wish to do some change and make it look beautiful? But still you have one problem and that is you don’t have so much of time to do all these things. With all your work at the office and all the household chores, it is really hard to find ...
  • 2017

  • 20 Oct

    Supporting Buddy Jr.

    Posted by: Alexa A.
    Buddy Jr.'s gotten so big now, almost topping 11 feet high, and about 6 feet across, that the wind uses him like a battering ram. A recent spate of high winds thanks to the last vestiges of Hurricane Erma, have left him bent so far forward he 's over shadowing the new berry bushes, and stopping ...