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Subscribed 42:Garden Muse with Cindy Dyer

Subscribed 42: Garden Muse with Cindy Dyer A lovely, regularly updated, collection of garden photography. Always something nice to happen across in my RSS feeds and usually provides more than a few ideas for my “Interesting Plant” series on A Gardener’s Notebook. What are some of your favorite Subscriptions? Share them here in the comments! […]

Elsewhere: Thunder and Lightning for Midsummer Garden Color – Field scabious (Knautia macedonica ‘Thunder and Lightning’)

I had never heard of this plant before spotting it in this Houzz.com article. It looks like it could be something to fill some holes in my front garden. Field scabious (Knautia macedonica ‘Thunder and Lightning’) Great Design Plant: Thunder and Lightning for Midsummer Garden Color General contractors, home builders, and more ∨ Before starting […]

Subscribed 41: My Garden: The RHS’s Online Community for Gardeners

Subscribed 41: My Garden: The RHS’s Online Community for Gardeners Another great collection of gardening information in this week’s Subscribed. I regularly end up sharing and saving links to the blog posts found here. These posts come from a variety of people on a variety of topics, so there is almost always something interesting to […]

Hibiscus and Garden Harvest “Everlapse” photo shows – Add your Hibiscus photos and share

Started playing around with a new iPhone app, Everlapse, that allows you to assemble photos into an animated slide show and then invite others to add their own photos. You could do this based around a theme, as I have with my first 2 Everlapses, or you could set up an Everlapse for an event […]

My Favorite Garden Things for April 2013 – Douglas E. Welch

As always, let me know what types of interesting items you would like to see and I will keep an eye out for them especially. — Douglas Garden / Japanese garden decoration Garden / Permaculture Ideas..Trellises for Peas and Beans Garden / Growing potatoes organically: when and how to plant, hill and harvest — A Way to Garden […]

Video: What Douglas Dug…Show 009 – March 11, 2013 – Photoshopped flowers, carrots, rosemary topiaries and more!

Our ninth episode of What Douglas Dug…, our regular review show of neat gardening items I have found in my Internet travels. In this episode, A Cheap cold frame, garden sculpture and more! Can’t see the video above? Watch “What Douglas Dug… Show 009” on YouTube  Watch all the past episodes on the “What Douglas Dug…” YouTube playlist […]

#gardenchat: What’s New for 2013? – Read the transcript

If you missed last night’s #gardenchat, take a moment and check out this transcript in PDF format. #GardenChat 20130128 – What’s New for 2013?   A special Pinterest board was also created for #gardenchat-ers to share what they wanted to grow this year. Read more on this topic: #Gardenchat Transcript from March 7, 2011 Interesting […]

What Douglas Dug…Show 008 – Garden markers, blue pumpkins, bed frame gates and more!

Our seventh episode of What Douglas Dug…, our regular review show of neat gardening items I have found in my Internet travels. In this episode, A Cheap cold frame, garden sculpture and more!   Can’t see the video above? Watch “What Douglas Dug… Show 008” on YouTube  Watch all the past episodes on the “What Douglas Dug…” YouTube […]

Elsewhere: Simple Container Plantings for Intriguing Garden Design from Houzz.com

We have added some containers in the last few months, mainly to provide food-growing areas in the sunnier places in the garden. This article mainly deals with the decorative element of containers, but there is no reason these containers couldn’t be filled with wonderful food items. Then you get beauty in the garden and on […]

My Favorite Garden Things for November 2012

Here are my favorite shared items for November 2012. Please let me know in the comments if you find any of the particularly useful. I’ll keep my eye open for similar items — Douglas Garden / Free printable garden notebooks for kids by the ever inspiring Alice Cantrell Garden / Free garden wallpapers for November […]