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Why Are My Hydrangeas Pink? Hydrangeas are a beautiful plant, native to temperate areas of Asia and the Americas, but by far the greatest diversity can be found naturally in Asia. If you live in a temperate region, they are are a must for your garden - they are a plant...
  1.   Wednesday, 25 September 2019
  2.   Ornamental Plants
  3.   In The Garden
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Don't Drown Your Plants - The Importance of Aerated Soils All plants have their own specific needs. What these needs are vary from one plant species to another, but all will mostly include varying amounts of nutrients, water and air. The focus of this article is water, but this is intrinsically...
  1.   Saturday, 06 October 2018
  2.   In The Garden
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How to Propagate Plants in a Box With the cooler months in the northern hemisphere approaching, our planting habits change - they need to change. Often this means that we retreat to a greenhouse or bring our gardening indoors. Often this also means that we leave our propagating until the warmer...
  1.   Friday, 05 October 2018
  2.   Sustainability
  3.   Do It Yourself
  4.   In The Garden
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How to Ripen Tomatoes Late in the Season Have you ever grown tomatoes in your vegetable garden or perhaps in tubs on a balcony? If you haven’t, I guess I have to ask; why not? There are two undeniable facts about growing tomatoes - they are one of the most commonly...
  1.   Friday, 03 November 2017
  2.   In The Garden
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Using Wood Ash in your Garden Wood ash is a wonderful resource in the vegetable garden and everyone who has easy access to it should use it rather than disposing of it in some other way. It can be nutrient rich and used to improve nutrient access for your garden plants,...
  1.   Monday, 31 July 2017
  2.   The Vegetable Patch
  3.   In The Garden
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