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Gardening and edible landscaping in cold climates.

 
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This site has been set up to celebrate and feature the heritage of Britain&...

 
The Midnight GardenThe Midnight Garden

One gardener's observations, discoveries and random thoughts whilst si...

 


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SAVE $11: Bring some green to your home with a ZZ plant from The Sill, on sale for $34 through Nov. 12. If you didn't start a small indoor jungle during quarantine, what have you been doing this whole time? Indoor gardening is a great way to bring a...

I bought some small succulents a couple of years ago and they have slowly grown since then and I've repotted them. I keep one on my desk (above). They require almost no care and have a great prehistoric feel. Amazon has a really good price right now...

Venus flytraps have a pretty good short-term memory for a plant. An insect has to tickle its sensory hairs twice within around 30 seconds for the carnivorous plants to close its leaves around the bug. To understand how Venus flytraps, which sadly lac...

These are the best Prime Day deals on live plants: OUR TOP PICK: Shop Succulents succulent collection — save 20% BEST FOR ROOMS WITH LOW LIGHT: Costa Farms snake plant — save 20% BEST AIR-PURIFYING PLANT:  American Plant Exchange Sa...

Save $80: Select versions of the AeroGarden system are on sale at Best Buy for $99.99 as of Oct. 9. The weather is getting cooler and it's time to move your plants and veggies indoors. Of course, that's not a simple task if you don't have an AeroGar...

TL;DR: Grow a whole salad with a two-pack of the VeggieGrow Garden in a Bag for $29.99, a 62% savings as of Oct. 3. If you're convinced you can't take care of a vegetable garden, don't worry: There is hope. We can't do anything about the dead plants...

Did you know a cactus could droop? I didn’t until I killed one. Some plants are hardier than others, but if you’re anything like me, the only plant that survives under your thumb is an artificial one. It doesn’t have to be this way. You, too, c...