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  • ‪Vivid purple #flowers of the tibouchina. Very nearly flowers all year round if you live in the sun-tropics. #gardening #gardeningtips
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  • Loving the increase in hanging and vertical #gardens around our cities #verticalgarden #gardening #gardeningtips
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  • ‪Please don’t just dump your #garden #plant cuttings. They can end up becoming serious invasive weeds! #gardening #pests #InvasiveSpecies Icultivate.net‬
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  • Haha, a friend just said that #bamboo is like #Collingwood, divides the nation - you either love it or hate it. #AFL  #garden #Gardening icultivate.net
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  • #lavender is a wonderful hedging #plant. Just ensure you keep it well maintained. #gardening #gardeningtips icultivate.net
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  • iCultivate uploaded a new video
    Hope you enjoy the latest video This time it is about looking after asparagus plants.
    How to Grow and Maintain Asparagus
    Growing asparagus is very easy and when well maintained can produce wonderful Aparagus spears for many years ahead. During this video Steve describes how to ...
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  • I've been travelling around Italy in Winter and have noticed that cyclamens are one of the only plants that are being displayed in window boxes. I was quite surprised that this beautiful plant can withstand harsh and cold climatic conditions and pleased that the locals are displaying them. As they come in different colours, they provide the... I've been travelling around Italy in Winter and have noticed that cyclamens are one of the only plants that are being displayed in window boxes. I was quite surprised that this beautiful plant can withstand harsh and cold climatic conditions and pleased that the locals are displaying them. As they come in different colours, they provide the ability to give quite a nice display of colour, even though they are the same variety of plant. I am very interested in what other kinds of plants would be suitable to leave outside (for example, in window boxes) in very cold climatic conditions. More ‏ — at Venice, Metropolitan City of Venice, Italy feeling happy
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  • I've been travelling around Italy in Winter and have noticed that cyclamens are one of the only plants that are being displayed in window boxes. I was quite surprised that this beautiful plant can withstand harsh and cold climatic conditions and pleased that the locals are displaying them. As they come in different colours, they provide the... I've been travelling around Italy in Winter and have noticed that cyclamens are one of the only plants that are being displayed in window boxes. I was quite surprised that this beautiful plant can withstand harsh and cold climatic conditions and pleased that the locals are displaying them. As they come in different colours, they provide the ability to give quite a nice display of colour, even though they are the same variety of plant. I am very interested in what other kinds of plants would be suitable to leave outside (for example, in window boxes) in very cold climatic conditions. More ‏ — at Venice, Metropolitan City of Venice, Italy feeling happy
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  • This is something very worthwhile looking at, whether you have a large vegetable plot or just a small area on an apartment balcony - Grow your #vegetables in planter bags and recycle from one season to the next #gardenin#gardenchatgardenchat
     http://amzn.to/2AchDDI
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  • I would like to wish all iCultivate members and the broader gardening community a very merry Christmas or Happy Holidays, no matter what part of the gardening world you live in - Peace and Good will to all.
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  •   kaldon samaien reacted to this post about 5 months ago
    Steve McLean uploaded a new video
    Using Wood Ash in Your Vegetable Garden
    Fire ash is a wonderful resource to use in your vegetable garden. But not all ashes are the same. During this video, Steve discuses the types of ashes and how they each can be used in your garden.
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