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  • Pretty in Pink By Joshua Ellison
    Continuing our weekly piece on the varying colour schemes of a garden and how best to compliment and consolidate them, this week the colour is pink – a .... leaves while the flowers themselves will be bright pink with darker centres. Plant in full sun, a moderately fertile soil and make sure it’s well drained.

  • Organic Farming Components for Healthier Crops By Joseph Carr
    If you have not been in a grocery store lately, then you are missing a huge trend. You would have to be living under a rock to have not heard about the .... eating habits completely. It is a way of life dedicated to helping people live longer and healthier without the use of chemicals or hormones in their food.

  • The Asian Invasion By Joshua Ellison
    A recurring nuisance to gardeners across Britain has been the introduction of a fairly persistent little bugger known as Japanese Knotweed. Originally .... removal or disposal is illegal. If you are in any doubt, it would be best to contact the agency, or your local authority for advice on control or disposal.

  • Increase the Aesthetic Look of Home with an Outdoor Fountain By Chris Harry
    When the word water fountain comes to your mind, it gives you a fresh and beautiful feeling. Usually your mind clicks with a cemented or ceramic materials .... accessories to increase the beauty of your garden center piece like by using spot lights and flowering pots. This will give a marvelous look to your garden.

  • Make Growing plants Exciting For Youngsters By Karl Hock
    Gardening is an activity that can bring immense value to the family life together with children. Spending time outside is both fun and healthy for kids .... for that reason, offers children a fun and rewarding activity which can benefit them in numerous ways and can help in a range of educational subjects.

  • Clipping the Clematis – a guide to proper pruning By Joshua Ellison
    Clematis are one of the most beautiful, versatile and, subsequently, popular additions to the British garden. Due to their ability to grow vertically on .... can be rewarded with masses of colourful blooms throughout the year as, with careful selection, you can have a clematis in flower whatever the season.

  • Backyard Bog Gardens – How to Build your Own By Joshua Ellison
    The benefits of a water-based garden are numerous –from attracting wildlife, to providing an environment for different types of plants that you might otherwise .... green, lance-like leaves around a hooded white flower with funnel appearance. These will bloom in early summer are followed by orange fruit in the autumn.

  • Britain in Bloom 2012 By Joshua Ellison
    With the New Year, the Royal Horticultural Society ushers in a new batch of contestants for the annual ‘Britain in Bloom’ competition, where hopeful communities .... our French neighbours and can hope, in future, to encourage in other nations. It’s at the very least a baby step to increased environmental awareness.

  • Orange is Not Only a Fruit By Joshua Ellison
    Fortunately we’ve already seen the first snows of the year and can soon expect the last frost to fall, thus signalling the dawn of spring and all the colourful .... and moist grounding. After 1-5 years of growing you can expect Tangerine to reach full maturity with an approximate spread equal to its height of 1.5m.

  • Tucking in the Beds By Joshua Ellison
    At this point we’ve all been nipped by the Christmas bug and the responsibilities that come along with it, from decorating the house to seeing that a sizeable .... stems will be susceptible frost damage. So, get everything warmly tucked away and then get yourself inside to enjoy the fire and steaming cup of gin!

  • Hydroponics 101 - Hydroponics Systems Explained By Miles Owen
    Hydroponics gardening is the method of growing plants without the use of soil. You can use this method of gardening to grow almost any plant, from flowers .... pests and plant diseases. However, the yield achieved by using any hydroponics gardening method can be much more than traditional methods of gardening.

  • Hydroponics 101 - Choosing the Right Grow Light By Miles Owen
    Sunlight is, simply and easily put, light from the sun. There are all sorts of scientific ways to measure sunlight, and define it. But for the average .... important to consider a light that has a balanced spectrum. Like sunlight to life on earth, indoor gardening lights are essential to life in your garden.

  • Keeping a Pest Free Greenhouse By Jonathan Miranda
    Growing plants in a greenhouse gives you the opportunity to control the environment on a daily basis. Controlling the temperature, humidity and other .... crops while leaving them alone for you to enjoy. Follow these steps and you will be sure to enjoy a pest free greenhouse that promises to thrive.

  • What's in a Name? By Joshua Ellison
    Etymology, or the origin of words, is a fascinating subject, particularly where plants are concerned. Oft named after the discoverer’s love interest, or .... Linnaeus himself named the ugly little weed, Siegesbeckia, after the surname of one of his fiercest critics! So as you can see, it’s all in the name!

  • The Colour Purple By Joshua Ellison
    Continuing our weekly segment on different plant based colour schemes, we now address red and blues first child – purple. As usual our list includes cultivation .... space them approximately 12 inches apart and cut back to ground level in autumn. They’ll get to about 30cms tall, so are ideal at the front of the border.

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