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Hibiscus flowers for the neighbors via TikTok [Video]

@douglaswelch Hibiscus flowers for the neighbors ##hibiscus ##flowers ##garden ##gardening ##plants ##nature ##sun ##planting ##growing ♬ Tired Boy – Joey Pecoraro Follow me on TikTok Read more on this topic: Lantana flowers in slomo via TikTok [Video] Paperwhite flowers from A Gardener’s Notebook via TikTok [Video] Daffodils ready to pop via TikTok [Video] Geranium Flowers […]

High-tech and high-touch in the garden via TikTok [Video]

@douglaswelch High-tech and high-touch in the ##garden ##roses ##fences ##planting ##ideas ##mockup ♬ original sound – Douglas E. Welch   Follow me on TikTok Read more on this topic: High-Touch Beauty for Your High-Tech – also toes, mugs, cards and more in 75+ designs via Instagram [Photo] High-tech/High-touch…from A Gardener’s Notebook In The Garden…Sweet Potato […]

Historical Seed Catalogs – 91 in a series – Dreer’s old-fashioned hardy plants (1916)

Historical Seed Catalogs – 91 in a series – Dreer’s old-fashioned hardy plants (1916) Download in Text, PDF, Single Page JPG, Torrent from Archive.org Of all the plants tliat are cultivated for purely ornamental purposes there are none which have made such rajiid strides in public favor as the Old=fashioned Hardy Garden Flowers, the inhabitants […]

Mockup of possible new climbing rose via Instagram

Mockup of possible new climbing rose Our neighbor has completed their new fence so I took a few moments to mock up what a new climbing rose might look like against it. I haven’t decided on a color but found this rose photo with a transparent background and so it was easy to drop it […]

Captivating Cactus and Striking Succulents – 62 in a series – Dymondia is a great lawn alternative via Partly Sunny Projects on TikTok [Video]

Captivating Cactus and Striking Succulents – 62 in a series – Dymondia is a great lawn alternative via Partly Sunny Projects on TikTok [Video] @partlysunnyprojects Reply to @courtneyjsy dymondia is a great lawn alternative ##partlysunnyprojects ##dymondia ##lawnalternatives ♬ original sound – Partlysunnyprojects   Follow @agardenersnotebook on Instagram Like A Gardener’s Notebook on Facebook Find more […]

Over my head from A Gardener’s Notebook [Video]

Taking a spin in my garden Read more on this topic: Azalea – A Minute In The Garden for A Gardener’s Notebook [Video] In The Garden…January 3, 2020 from A Gardener’s Notebook [Video] (1 minute 30 seconds) Snowflakes (Leucojum) – A Minute In The Garden for A Gardener’s Notebook [Video] Buckwheat Flowers In The Garden […]

Buckwheat Flowers In The Garden via Instagram

Follow Me On Instagram Buckwheat Flowers In The Garden The native buckwheat we planted a few years ago is flowering in huge sprays like this. This has been one of most successful native plants in the garden over the years. From my Instagram Feed Read more on this topic: Clytostoma callistegioides (Lavender Trumpet Vine) Flowers […]

Gardening Under Oaks: Learning to Love Dry-Shade Plants (Another Before & After) via Gossip in the Garden

Gardening under oak trees is tricky, to say the least. Sensitive to summer irrigation, fertilizers, and root disturbance means creating a garden near an oak tree requires a delicate touch.  That’s why the careful selection and placement of dry-shade-loving plants is critical for the tree’s overall health. Read Gardening Under Oaks: Learning to Love Dry-Shade Plants (Another […]

The 6 Magnificent California Gardens Inspiring Us Right Now via Veranda

There are few things we love to daydream about more than a beautiful garden and the next one our list to visit, once we are able to travel. From the peaceful public gardens of Japan to the perfectly manicured gardens of the world’s royals that we have to see, there’s not an area of the world whose gardens we are not […]

Hardscaping 101: Rain Gardens via Gardenista

As soon as it starts raining, I can’t help but think of all the ways I should be saving this precious resource. My son always suggests we catch the water by putting out a bunch of buckets, and I politely tell him that while that is a solution, there are more effective ways to use […]