Asperges zaaien en de verdere opkweek

Asperges zaaien en de verdere opkweek

Asperge Precoce d`Argentuil

Precoce d’Argenteuil Purple Dutch French Heirloom Asparagus

Cottage lavender in highlands of Scotland

all-things-british-and-irish: “ Cottage Amidst The Lavender by Vicki Lea Eggen. A cottage in the Highlands of Scotland ”

Creeping Thyme (thymus) in pathway stone pavers in drought tolerant California xeriscape garden with oak trees by ollie

Should we go with stone pavers? Creeping Thyme (thymus) in pathway stone pavers in drought tolerant California xeriscape garden with oak trees

F r e n c h . C o u n t r y

Pink Garden Respite Art Print by Doug Kreuger. All prints are professionally printed, packaged, and shipped within 3 - 4 business days.

This February Seed Starting Schedule is targeted for those of you that live in the colder northern zones. (Zones 3 to 7). If you live in any of these Zones then February is the month to get serious about starting this years seedlings! Growing your own seedlings will expand the variety and quality of the plants in your vegetable garden! Learn more by clicking through to this post

February Seed Starting Schedule

This February Seed Starting Schedule is targeted for those of you that live in the colder northern zones. (Zones 3 to If you live in any of these Zones then February is the month to get serious about starting this years seedlings! Growing your own s

Training the fruit tree by the "fruit bush" method

Backyard Orchard Culture, Plant fruit trees close together and keep them very small to increase production. Great tips here to grow lots of fruit in a very small space!

Nice. I use the creeping jenny (a lot of creeping jenny) with dragon-wing begonias. by Kmille

Idea for lime green accent. Hanging baskets w creeping jenny. I use the creeping jenny (a lot of creeping jenny) with dragon-wing begonias.

Build a trellis.  Using sturdy materials like 2 x 4’s and hardware cloth, you can fashion trellises for all of your climbing and vining edibles, making more room in the ground for vegetables and herbs that tend to bush or clump. Small pumpkins, summer squash, cucumbers, peas, and green beans will love scrambling up the trellis, and they’ll be easier to maintain and harvest when their long vines are elevated.

vegetable production and offer you a bigger bounty. All that air circulation and sunlight helps maintain healthy foliage and healthy plants (with little or no pests and disease) offer bigger yields — even if it is in a smaller space.

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