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Blogs about Gardening

12 blogs about Gardening.

  1. Adam's Apples
    “Hundreds of apples, plus notes and comment on the harvest and more.” 🇺🇸

    Today's apple, Ohlson, arrived in rough shape, with many bruises. It is a cylindrical apple with a base broader than its top, a yellow apple with orange-red specks and vertical streaks that look like red …
    By Adam, 62 words

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  2. Adam Yn Yr Ardd –Blog
    “An experienced gardener from West Wales who advocates organic and nature-friendly gardening.” By Adam Jones. 🇬🇧

    Tafarn y Vale
    I’ve had a wonderful afternoon in Ystrad Aeron at Tafarn y Vale holding a gardening Q&A during their first gardening … Tafarn y Vale Read More »
    By Adam Jones, 30 words


  3. Greg Alder's Yard Posts
    “Southern California food gardening.” 🇺🇸

    Drip irrigation on newly planted avocado trees
    My favorite time to plant avocado trees is March; my second favorite is October. So I might be planting some this month, and you might want to, too. Then what? How to water the new …
    By Greg Alder, 83 words

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    “A diary of back garden botany, urban ecology, rural rambles and field trips to the middle of nowhere...” By Rupert Hughes. 🇬🇧

    2023-09-29 19:19
    Here is a nice combination (as planted by Jif at the music school). The speckled leaves are Lungwort; like most shade tolerant species Pulmonaria flower in spring. The pink flowers are Cyclamen hederifolium, one of …
    By Rupert Hughes, 45 words

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  5. My Home Farm NEW
    “Slow country living, gardening and home sustainability.” By Kirsten, Mars. 🇬🇧

    Making an Autumn Fall Wreath from the Garden
    Every year, I make an autumn wreath with both fresh and dried cuttings from our garden. Last week, I took down our old hop bines from around the inglenook fireplace…
    By Kirsten, 38 words


  6. Rachel the Gardener
    “Garden advice, encouragement and How To: plus Botany and Tree ID from a Professional, Artisan Gardener and Plantsmith.” 🇬🇧

    Iris sibirica - autumn tidy up
    Does September count as autumn? Yes, I think it does: of course, the actual weather makes a difference, and we've had quite a mixed batch of weather lately, to the point where sometimes it's hard …
    By Rachel the Gardener, 796 words

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  7. Real Men Sow
    “A brief, invaluable guide to the art of growing vegetables around the year and saving money in the process.” 🇬🇧

    How To Care For A Hoya Houseplant
    Last Updated on September 19, 2023 by Real Men Sow Hoyas can be used as tabletop plants (sitting at a table, shelf, or buffet), or as hanging plants. They are available in grow pots of …
    By Real Men Sow, 899 words

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  8. Reclaiming Paradise
    “Tales from an organic gardener.” 🇬🇧

    Autumn Wonders
    Hold on to your hats, it’s time for the annual celebration of the awesome Howgate Wonder apples.* I’ve heard mutterings on social media about clocks going back soon – no not yet please! I find …
    By Reclaiming Paradise, 168 words

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  9. The Scythe Association – Latest News
    “Stay sharp!” 🇬🇧

    Green Scythe Fair Championship Report 2023
    These are the results from the competitions held at the 2023 Green Scythe Fair in the Somerset Levels on Sunday June 11th. This version is for competitors keen to see the data. A more comprehensive …
    By Richard Brown, 316 words

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  10. Stephanie Hafferty - Blog
    “Follow my journey as I create a new homestead in rural Wales.” 🇬🇧

    What to sow now for year round harvests – August
    Get sowing! August is a great time for sowing many vegetables, herbs, salads and flowers for year round harvests. You don’t need a lot of fancy equipment. Almost all of … What to sow now …
    By Stephanie Hafferty, 71 words

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  11. Tips and Advice — Monty Don
    “Find out what you should be doing in the garden this month from Monty’s latest blog.” 🇬🇧

    September 2023
    For us, here on the very west of England, September has traditionally been one of the drier months but also one of the gentlest and most beautiful. This is just as well because August '23 …
    By Adam Don, 3,239 words

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  12. The Unconventional Gardener – Blog
    “Plants. Space. Plants in Space.” By Emma Doughty. 🇬🇧

    Inside The Small World of Simulating Other Worlds
    A niche research community plays out what existence might be like on, or en route to, another planet.
    By guest, 26 words

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