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If you’re looking for something a little more unusual to grow at home, consider growing pincushion bead plants, aka coral bead. This plant offers unique interest with its beadlike berries. Read here for more info.

Coral Bead Plant – Learn About Growing Coral Bead Plants

If you’re looking for something a little more unusual to grow at home, consider growing pincushion bead plants, aka coral bead. This plant offers unique interest with its beadlike berries.

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Hardenbergia Coral Pea Information – Tips For Growing Coral Pea Vines

hardenbergia - how to grow it

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Eliot Coleman reflects on four decades of farming in Maine: "The idea of eating decent food, food without junk in it and food that hasn’t been destroyed by processing, is finally getting through to people.

Let me introduce you to my new kitchen appliance, the Growlight Garden. This handy structure lets me grow a lot of fresh sprouts, microgreens, and salad right on my kitchen counter. Plus, it can be used to start seeds for the outdoor garden, root cuttings indoors, and nanny plants when I’m on vacation. Why every house doesn’t have one is ...

Countertop Gardening for Every Kitchen

English daisies are a great way to fill out a garden with hundreds of petite flowers. Their hearty nature allows them to grow in any kind of soil. They are also simple and inexpensive to care for. English daisies are often used to cover the tougher growing areas of your landscape. They make excellent companion …

Caring For English Daisies

Ceanothus is a large genus of shrubs in the buckhorn family. Ceanothus varieties are North American native plants, versatile and beautiful. To learn more about growing one of these plants, the information in this article should help.

Ceanothus Bush Information – Learn About Growing Ceanothus Soapbush

Ceanothus is a large genus of shrubs in the buckhorn family. Ceanothus varieties are North American native plants, versatile and beautiful.

How to plant delicious cut-and-come-again courgettes

How to plant delicious cut-and-come-again courgettes

WE tend to think of leafy vegetables such as lettuce or Swiss chard when it comes to cut-and-come-again vegetables, but the key to growing really delicious courgettes is to harvest them when they are small and tasty so the plant keeps producing more.

Dress up that shady spot in your front yard or backyard to plant a flower bed full of these shade-loving flowers. You'll love how easy to care for our favorite varieties are. Choose from fuchsia, bleeding heart, begonia and much much more for a colorful shade garden.

Shade Flowers That Will Make You Forget the Lack of Sun

Shade Flowers that Will Make You Forget the Lack of Sun~ Perk up the dark corners of your landscape with a generous helping of bleeding heart, Dicentra spectabilis.

(coming soon!) Once you’ve got the veg-growing bug, you’ll itch to grow more and more. You want the superb flavours and just-picked, no-chemicals freshness of home-grown for everything, from your breakfast fruit to your kids’ tea, all year round. This is the online vegetbale growing course that shows you how...

Learn how to grow fruit and veg all year round with this online gardening course from MyGardenSchool taught by leading garden journalist Sally Nex.

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