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Interesting Plant: Harlequin Glorybower (Clerodendrum trichotomum)

Interesting Plant: Harlequin Glorybower (Clerodendrum trichotomum) By Wendy Cutler from Vancouver, Canada – 20111029_Semlin11th_ClerodendrumTrichotomum_Cutler_P1160870Uploaded by PDTillman, CC BY 2.0, Link Discovered this via the article 13 unique and interesting plants to grow in your garden on the Greener Living Blog. There are quite a few plants I will highlight here in future posts. — Douglas Clerodendrum […]

In the garden…Pomegranate Part 2 [Video]

Part of a series from A Gardener’s Notebook @douglaswelch In the garden…Pomegranate Part 2 ##pomegranate ##fruit ##food ##garden ##gardening ##nature ##outdoors ♬ original sound – douglaswelch * A portion of each sale from Amazon.com directly supports our blogs** Many of these books may be available from your local library. Check it out! † Available from […]

Interesting Plant: Paeonia lactiflora ‘Honey Gold’ via Jimmy Turner on Twitter

Interesting Plant: Paeonia lactiflora ‘Honey Gold’ via Jimmy Turner on Twitter Paeonia lactiflora ‘Honey Gold’ @redbuttegarden This blowsy bloomer has large flowers of white cream and just a tiny pinch of pink. Smell amazing too! pic.twitter.com/ArHlRiCLrj — Jimmy Turner (@TexanInOz) June 5, 2020 What are your thoughts on this Interesting Plant? Drop a note in […]

8 of the Best Botanical Gardens Around the World via AFAR Media

From the Royal Botanic Gardens in England to the Jardim Botânico in Rio de Janeiro, here are some of the top botanical gardens across the globe—including some you can visit from home. Read 8 of the Best Botanical Gardens Around the World via AFAR Media * A portion of each sale from Amazon.com directly supports […]

The Marvelous Experiments of Amateur Plant Breeders via JSTOR Daily

Over 100 years ago, a horticulturalist introduced hybrid plants to California gardeners. Up sprouted a movement of amateur experiments in plant biology. Read The Marvelous Experiments of Amateur Plant Breeders via JSTOR Daily An interesting link found among my daily reading Read more on this topic: When Botany Was for Ladies via JSTOR Daily Three […]

In The Garden…Sweet Potato via TikTok [Video]

Part of a series from A Gardener’s Notebook @douglaswelch in The Garden…Sweet Potato ##garden ##gardening ##planting ##food ##sweetpotato ##inthegarden ##agardenersnotebook ♬ original sound – douglaswelch * A portion of each sale from Amazon.com directly supports our blogs** Many of these books may be available from your local library. Check it out! † Available from the […]

Pruning Blackberries in 3 Steps via Gardenerd [Video]

Our latest YouTube video shows you how to prune unruly blackberries before spring bud in 3 steps. We won’t say it’s easy, because…well, blackberries have thorns that catch on everything. But if you follow these steps you’ll get the job done efficiently and effectively. Christy dons her bee suit (you’ll find out why) to prune […]

Captivating Cactus and Striking Succulents – 35 in a series – Everything You Need to Know About Rose Succulents—Including Where to Find Them and How to Care for Them via Martha Stewart

Captivating Cactus and Striking Succulents – 35 in a series – Everything You Need to Know About Rose Succulents—Including Where to Find Them and How to Care for Them via Martha Stewart Adorable rose succulents are trending in the plant world, and it’s easy to see why. As their name suggests, these cute little plants, grow in […]

Historical Seed Catalogs: Carl Frikart : Pflanzenkatalog (1954) – 62 in a series

Historical Seed Catalogs: Carl Frikart : Pflanzenkatalog (1954) – 62 in a series Download in Text, PDF, Single Page JPG, Torrent from Archive.org SEE MORE: Publication date 1954 Usage Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 Topics Nursery stock Catalogs, Plants, Ornamental Catalogs, Perennials Catalogs Publisher Deutsche Gartenbaubibliothek e.V. Collection europeannurserycatalogues; additional_collections Contributor Frikarti Stauden Language  German   * A portion […]

Tips and Tricks for Starting Perennial and Vegetable Seeds via FineGardening

I often try to propagate new plants from gathered seeds and cutting. This can range from seeds gathered from some green onions that have gone wild, to tomato plants from the compost pile to seeds and cuttings gathered on walks or gifted by friends. It is always so pleasing to create something out of nothing, […]