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Old VarietiesOld Varieties

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

 
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The Midnight GardenThe Midnight Garden

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

 
The Far North GardenThe Far North Garden

Gardening and edible landscaping in cold climates.

 


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TL;DR: Amazon has several AeroGardens on sale for as much as 35% off as of July 27.  Unless you're willing to chance it on a few carrot or kale seeds, we're well past gardening season in most regions of the U.S. Anything planted at this point i...

Several US state departments of agriculture report that people are receiving unsolicited packets of seeds in the mail, apparently from China. Don't plant them, the officials warn. From USA Today: The agriculture departments in Washington, Lo...

With all the extra time at home these days, growing your dream garden doesn't have to be off the table. After all, it's 2020. There are grow kits, planters, and even classes like The Combined Urban and Zen Gardening Mastery Bundle that can provide yo...

Plum, the London and Athens-based fintech that offers a ‘smart’ money management app to help you improve your “financial resilience,” has raised a further $10 million in funding, as it gears up for European expansion. The new...

TL;DR: As of July 16, Plants.com is offering up to 20% off its summer sale collection. Since the pandemic began and social distancing practices have kept me in my apartment more than usual, I've started to turn my bedroom into a jungle of houseplant...

If you live somewhere with all four seasons (or probably more realistically, two: summer and winter), you may look forward to growing outdoor plants once the weather warms up. But things can get tricky if there’s not enough rain. According to the N...

To the untrained eye, Kevin Espiritu’s garden is an overflowing hodgepodge of containers: stackable planters growing beans, herbs in traditionally narrow windowsill planters and a variety of trellises inside canvas grow bags. The front yard is pack...