Flowerbulbs.com Muscari Bulbs Giveaway – Gardening Know How’s Blog

Flowerbulbs.com Muscari Bulbs Giveaway - Gardening Know How's Blog

The end of fall is approaching: it’s time to plant flower bulbs before it gets too cold. By planting flower bulbs such as tulips, daffodils and muscari now, you’ll be enjoying bright colors and sweet fragrances to the full next spring. Planting flower bulbs is fast, easy, nearly foolproof and better yet – personally rewarding. […]

osage oranges; plant overwintering & food preservation; upside-down pots on stakes: q&a with ken druse

osage oranges; plant overwintering & food preservation; upside-down pots on stakes: q&a with ken druse

THE MAD STASH is on, time to put up the last homegrown foods and prepare to overwinter tender plants. And this month, Ken Druse and I are answering your Urgent Garden Questions about those and other topics, including osage oranges and more. We even had a question about something you may have seen and wondered […]

[DESIGN SHOW 24] Sensational Autumn & Winter Border Planting Tips – Successful Garden Design

[DESIGN SHOW 24] Sensational Autumn & Winter Border Planting Tips

 In this Successful Garden Design Show episode… Rachel visits Marks Hall Garden and Arboretum in Essex for inspiration on how to create modern and natural planting schemes with autumn and winter interest… We look at how the addition of grasses and key plants into a border can prolong the length of time the garden […]

Heirloom Asparagus Plants – Origins Of Asparagus Use In The Garden

Heirloom Asparagus Plants – Origins Of Asparagus Use In The Garden

Although the familiar green veggie grows wild in many parts of the world, historians are unsure about the exact origins of asparagus. However, it is known to be native to parts of Asia and the Mediterranean. Read on to learn more interesting facts regarding asparagus history. Origins of Asparagus Use In its earliest days, asparagus […]

Things September Brings to Mind – Extending the Season, Beautiful Blooms, Transplanting When it’s Dry, Tomatoes, Garlic

Things September Brings to Mind - Extending the Season, Beautiful Blooms, Transplanting When it’s Dry, Tomatoes, Garlic

Garlic Do you buy your garlic from the grocery store? Are you aware that most of that comes from China? If you want to know the multitude of reasons why that garlic might not be your best choice you’ll want to review this post: Garlic – A Good Reason to Grow Your Own Garlic is […]