"Gardening" Blogs & Blog Posts

All Things AlissaAll Things Alissa

This is a family blog where I do my best to discover happiness and beauty i...

 
Barefoot MahalaBarefoot Mahala

Writing about my life and interests. I'm a mother, a teacher, self-em...

 
Celtic ShamanCeltic Shaman

This blog is about my life and work as a writer, artisit, biodynamic garden...

 
The Green Grower - Allotment AnticsThe Green Grower - Allotment Antics

The ups, downs, highs & lows of a novice with an allotment, from my ver...

 
Outback Edge HarvestOutback Edge Harvest

Living on the Edge of the Outback - Harvesting our food. A collection of a...

 
A New Life in Costa RicaA New Life in Costa Rica

Waking each day and living a new life in a foreign country

 
Pink Flamingo Swizzle StickPink Flamingo Swizzle Stick

The blog for Pink Flamingo Swizzle Stick - some crafty stuff, a bit of gard...

 


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Even if there’s snow outside your window or it’s absurdly cold out there, now’s the time to start thinking about your garden.Read more...

Chilly weather or no space for a garden doesn’t have to stop you from growing your own food . A trip to the garden store for some bulbs—which you can even get in cold weather months —some soil, and a five liter plastic bottle are all you need f...

 Parrot is probably best known for its drones, but the company actually offers a wide range of products that also includes headphones and in-car infotainment technology. Last year at CES, Parrot first showed its robotic plant pot. At the time, t...

Dedicated gardener ... George LeithKnaresborough resident George Leith has been highly commended for his beautiful garden in a top lawn competition.Each year petrol engine manufacturer for lawnmowers and outdoor equipment Briggs & Strat...

Gardening games tend to be soothing cycles of repetition: You plant, you water, you harvest, and then you do it again. You play them to relax, which is probably why so few of those games are set during wars. But that's exactly where A Good Garden...

Step 1: Wrap the pot in bubble wrap. Last year I dug up my dahlia tubers and kept them all winter long in town in my spare condo bathtub. The tubers were hard to dig up, and needed added moisture in their protective sacks ever few weeks. Most of them...

This is the last of my bush bean crop for the year. After my snow peas quit producing in July, I fertilized the soil and planted bean seeds. I started picking at the end of September and I've had enough beans from this one barrel quite a few dinners.