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Roses, Roses, RosesMay has been one of the sunniest on record and no rain either. It has been a fight to keep some plants happy.

Glebe House Garden Shared .

How to Grow Huge Tomato PlantsGrowing Huge Tomato Plants for a Huge Harvest starts at planting. In this video I discuss soil amendments and how to properly plant a tomato.

Indoor Hydroponix Shared .

Live Barking Wilmington Gardens updates as man rushed to hospital after being shotA Metropolitan Police spokesperson said: "Police were called around 14:14hrs on Thursday, 4 June to Wilmington Gardens, Barking, following reports of shots fired."

Essexlive Shared .

Allotment Diary / How to Plant LeeksThis is the way I have always grown and planted out the leeks into the soil.

Allotment Diary Shared .

The Wildlife Garden in MayIn the first week of May the weather in South Shropshire was warm and sunny and the whole garden looked green and vibrant.

Dinchope Diary - Life In A Wildlife Garden Shared .

Hedgehog cafe mark IIMy new hedgehog feeding station is an upgrade of my previous hedgehog cafe. I've created a new design that is aesthetically more pleasing and has so far deterred every cat.

Wildlife Jewellery Shared .

City of Peterborough, GreenUp offering cash back to residents who plant rain gardensThe City of Peterborough and GreenUp have partnered to offer up cash to Peterborough, Ont., residents who plant a rain garden on their property.

Global News Shared .

Border PatrolSo Spring is more or less done, depending on how you count it we are already in early Summer.

The Propagator Shared .

Solace in the GardenAmid the distressing events of the past weeks and days - ongoing pandemic, massive unemployment, police violence, civic unrest, and horrible presidential leadership, I've found it challenging to concentrate and write.

Another Town On The Hudson Shared .

A Small Needful FactWhat's excellent, and what sticks with me personally, are two different criteria, I realize, and it's the latter that's the focus of The Memory Book Project.

Tara K. Shepersky Shared .

Garden Update 6/4/2020It's been a couple of weeks since a garden update so the plants may look a little bigger than usual!

Piedmont Porch Shared .

Is that poison ivy?Yes, the above picture is definitely of poison ivy. In this late spring / early summer season, the question "is that poison ivy?"

Food Science Institute Shared .

Snakes of the Good Kind and One Bad KindSpring brings many critters to the garden, which includes snakes. I probably see more snakes in the Spring than any other time.

Automatic Gardening & Real Gluten Free Food Shared .

Photo Blogging ChallengeI had a lot of pictures to share with this challenge because I tried to stay active by trying a lot of different things.

The Opinionated Woman's Musings Shared .

The Garden May 2020 #garden #dogWe're back, now the month is over, to review how the garden has fared over the driest may since prohibition or whatever.

TanGental Shared .

Hospiscare Open Gardens event goes virtual as charity rethinks vital fundraiser due to Covid-19 pandemicHospiscare supporters can take a tour of glorious gardens without leaving the comfort of their own home after the charity had to rethink the fundraiser.

East Devon News Shared .

Bloom where you are plantedIn December last year, a dear colleague of mine gave me few indoor plants. To surprise me, she left the tiny pots on my desk, way before I got to work.

Wriddhi - Education Services Shared .

Universe-MakerTired of dreaming, there was only one way to wake up. One direction to move in.

Writer Actor Farmer Shared .

A new banjoI am waiting for a new banjo purchased it on-line sound unheard but I believe it is a beautiful instrument with an excellent sound the kind I like I have many banjos all have come to me in somewhat odd or picturesque ways most have a story attached to them often someone else's story that...

Beads On A String Shared .

12 Ikea gardening hacks to transform small gardensWant to get into gardening but only have a small space? These easy Ikea hacks are perfect.

Real Homes Shared .

The Beginner Gardener Series: May 2020 ExperienceGardening is all about trials and errors. You will likely make mistakes, but also gain insights into being a better gardener.

La Vie Partagée Shared .

Protecting New Shoots From Slugs and SnailsAt this time of year new shoots and emerging bulbs are very attractive to slugs and snails, who are just emerging from their winter hibernation and seeking out anything green in the garden to feed on.

BAMS Kala Shared .

A flower display of woodland treasures with herb-paris and an orchidBen Preston indulges his fondness for dark, inky tones and evergreen foliage in this striking early summer composition exuding mood and texture.

Gardens Illustrated Magazine Shared .

Organic Gardening is Made Easy Using Worm Castings; Natural Fertilizer.Worm Castings work wonders as seed starters, fill your seed starting cups or other containment's with raw moist castings then plant your seeds directly in it; they start well.

Earthworm Farming, Vermiculture, And Gardening. Shared .

Meadow plants: best plants for a meadowStructural meadow plants recommended from a modernist meadow garden in California.

Gardens Illustrated Magazine Shared .

Is Lockdown changing you?As we all continue in lockdown and it becomes the norm, so stress and anxiety creep back into my life.

Emma-Jayne Holmes Shared .

Parks and gardens to reopenFollowing clarification from government on 23 May that gardens in England could reopen to Historic Houses are opening their garden gates.

DIY Week Shared .

Living Planet: Californians discover backyard gardeningSince the coronavirus crisis hit, videos have been sprouting up all over the internet demonstrating how would-be gardeners can grow their own vegetables at home, limiting their trips to busy supermarkets.

DW.COM Shared .

Metal detectorist finds historic gold coin in field Gardener uncovers medieval treasureA LUCKY metal detecting enthusiast literally struck gold when he discovered a one-in-a-million medieval coin.

Gazette Series Shared .

4th May 2020My materials arrived this week. A whole pile of Concrete Blocks, some Mortar and to make life easier, pre mixed bags of Concrete, plus some lengths of pressure treated wood which I will use to make my artificial lawn.

Bill And Jaki Go Gardening Shared .

Garden UpdateHi all, Earlier in the week I put some crushed eggs shells that my Mum saved for me around some seedlings that were been eaten.

Emily Lee Shared .

Plant of the MonthGeoff Hodge takes a look at the plant of the month for June.

World Radio Gardening Shared .

Beautiful blooming open gardens the first to reopen in Cambridgeshire since lockdownPicture: NGS.

Hunts Post Shared .

78: The Ice Shelf GardenAt the end of his isolation, as Paul eased his way back into society, he realised he had discovered some valuable life lessons which we could learn from as we go through the same motions.

National Trust Gardens Shared .

NSPCC urges 'green-fingered enthusiasts' to join virtual open gardens eventGreen-fingered garden enthusiasts across Northern Ireland are being urged to take part in a virtual open garden event to support the work of the NSPCC.

Latest Newry News - Newry Sport And Newry Business For Newry Shared .

Cold Frame ConstructionWhat is a cold frame? The best description is a mini glasshouse which is low to the ground.

Organised Castle Shared .

Picking TimeToday I had a couple of things to do with Jasper. His health problems have continued, so we made an appointment for him to go back to the doctor tomorrow.

My Midlife Menagerie Shared .

Thirsty ThursdayFolks, Ol' Wally is a bit behind on sharing wildlife coming and going to our local ponds.

The Squirrel Nutwork Shared .

Full June Garden Tour 2020!Full garden tour for those of you who have wondered what all I've got growing on in the Epic Garden this summer.

Epic Gardening Shared .

Day 155: What's the Most Efficient Way to Declutter, and What's the Name of This Flower?So, should I continue the way I am? As you know, I like to make improvements to the way I do things and don't want to make the same mistakes in the second half of the year.

Sandra Madeira Shared .

Amped Up BLTWith lettuce from the garden in ample supply, this recipe will put some of it to good use.

Life On The Massanutten Shared .

Babies of a different sort, and wasted dayI just got back from a much needed walk outside, to do at least part of my evening rounds.

The Re-Farmer Shared .

Farm Life: First CutNow, I do wish to be clear that while working extra shifts at the hospital, we have had some time off.

Hermitsdoor Shared .

3 Ways to Keep Your Plants Cool and Thriving During Hot WeatherKeeping your plants cool cal and collected during hot weather will help them survive and thrive longer allowing you to enjoy them longer.

MIgardener Shared .

Top gardening jobs for JuneThe danger of frost will have passed in all areas so it's safe to plant tender flowers and veg outdoors.

Which? News Shared .

Working from Home: Week 14Do not let spacious plans for a new world divert your energies from saving what is left of the old.

WIP Shared .

Chrysanthemums #273ARJune 3, 2020 Chrysanthemums, more commonly knows as Mums, are a member of the Asteraceae family of flowers.

Steven Spring Photography Shared .

GARDENING: It's time to sharpen tools for the Chelsea ChopIt`s time for the June Drop and Chelsea Chop, two regular events on thegardening calendar.

Northumberland Gazette Shared .

Episode 324. what we can do in the event of a drought.Blog, podcast and videos dedicated to edible gardening. Based in Littlehampton, West Sussex, U.K. With an allotment and vegetable garden.

The Veg Grower Shared .

Why another gardening Blog?When I started working in IT over twenty-five years ago there was a common point of view that no-one chose IT as a career; if you surveyed a hundred IT professionals there would be frustrated Actors, Comedians, Chefs, Farmers, Singers, Musicians and occasionally even the odd Gardener.

Garry's Garden Blog Shared .

Gardening AdventuresHowdy Friends, It's been a while since I last posted anything. I guess I haven't had much to say about life.

Welcome To The Life Of Ansh Jhatakia Shared .

Victory Garden?During WWI and WWII the government encouraged people to plant ‘victory gardens', not only to supplement their rations but also to boost morale.

Another Stir Of The Spoon Shared .

Patience is a VirtueOf which I do not have." Years ago, I used to joke about this. It's still true about me today except I don't find it quite as amusing as I used to."

Made In Colombia Shared .

Sun Prairie Public Works Team is Awesome!So, not one, but two big branches came down from my crab apple. Poor thing has enough trouble with fungal disease and whatnot.

Gardening In The Prairie Shared .

Gardening Makes You Happier According to Princeton StudyA recent study explores the results of a survey focused on emotional well-being, and shows that caring for a home garden can increase your mood.

My Modern Met Shared .

Its all about the beesDo you remember last year when times were simpler and none of our worries contained the prospect of spending months in lockdown?

The Blackberry Garden Shared .

How To Guide On Rain Water Collection For Our Growing Spaces #shedwars #teamoverthepondWe haven't had any rain for a long time and we are due some soon, this is my rainwater collection system and the 12v pumps I us to move it around my growing spaces.

Terry King's Allotment Gardening On A Budget Shared .

'I'm Gonna Have To Grow It': New Orleanians Are Gardening Through Isolation And Economic HardshipA rising number of organizations, individuals and pop-up gardening collectives - like Green Light New Orleans, Lobelia Commons, Sprout NOLA and Docville Farm, to name just a few - are sharing and distributing free seedlings, advice and other resources.

Ben Depp Shared .

Nurturing Love for Nature in KidsThe love of gardening is a seed - ones sown that never dies. - Gertrude Jekyll Children are not only playful, they are very creative too.

Green Meraki Shared .

Does your garden appear in Wednesday's Lockdown Garden gallery?Another day, another collection of beautiful gardens from our readers across Suffolk and Essex.

Sudbury Mercury Shared .

Wildlife WednesdayMany people have commented that Lockdown is resulting in perfect, crystal clear skies and a tranquil, traffic-lite soundtrack to outdoor activities.

Frogend Dweller's Blog Shared .

Sunlight and tacosBACK IN 1999, just before I packed two bags and moved over the southern border for good, an artist and gallery owner acquaintance who sold my stuff in Houston told me he had lived a spell in Puebla and that what most stuck in his mind was the light.

The Unseen Moon Shared .

Fresh PaintI discovered pandemic painting as a corollary to our current travel environment.

Journeys Afar Shared .

Saplings Part TwoDear readers, bloggers, gardeners and artists and writers, at last it's raining. Fresh leaves The leaves have begun to grow back after I replanted this tree in the middle of a very hot spell....

Hermionelaakeloveslavender Shared .

Transplanting "Volunteers"Last year, I let dill go to seed by accident. Observers predicted a bumper crop of dill for this season, since dill tends towards prolific.

Domestic Endeavors Shared .

A mystery solved and another one posedClark County now reports a total of 560 cases so far of the virus, up 50 since last week probably because of an outbreak in a food-processing plant in Vancouver.

Movingtowashington Shared .

Episode 456: Lessons from The London Plane Flower Shop with founder Katherine Anderson and manager Jeni NelsonThe simple goal of keeping flowers in customers' hands is one I have been hearing continually over the past three months.

Debra Prinzing Shared .

A Chip Off The Old Block… Friday Fictioneers.The sea was churning back and forth in George's stomach. His eyes were turning green, and he didn't know which way to turn.

Beyond The Flow Shared .

Around the house: The value of virtual garden toursThis time last year I turned into a garden grinch, insisting that after 35 years of keeping the backyard plucked and pruned, I wanted nothing more to do with outdoor work.

Ottawa Citizen Shared .

Herb of GraceNowadays there is so much buzz is going on about Common Rue - Ruta graveolens.

Green Meraki Shared .

Notes from the gardenCherry Blossom by E. Boardman What is this life if, full of care, We have no time to stand and stare.

Vron Garden Services Shared .

Social DistancingI typically don't preempt my journal entries with narrative, preferring instead that they speak for themselves.

The Kirk Estate Shared .

Lockdown Day 73My greenhouse door is working well, although we are now on v3.0 a variation on v2.0, which means the bubble wrap is taped directly to the greenhouse doorframe!

Happy To Stitch Shared .

Seedlings for sale: How home gardening has sparked a boom for these farms"This seems to be the year for home gardeners, that's for sure," says Chris Lester, whose family farm is keeping up with a huge demand for plants and supplies.

CBC Shared .

Early June UpdateIt's early June and now all worry of frost has gone in the south of the UK.

Claires Allotment Shared .

Gardening lessons are life lessonsEverything we ever do can teach us about life. Since taking up gardening as a new hobby, it's helped me see life more deeply and openly.

Cnw Shared .

General OperativesOur client is looking for General Workers to join their operations team based in York for an initial 6 months, on a wide variety of sites across York.

Highways Magazine Shared .

Planet Alaska: Pandemic gardening folliesMy relationship to gardening is based upon previous follies. While living in Palmer, where people can grow just about anything, my mother-in-law razzed me out the back window of our house saying "How's the gardening going Farmer Vivian?"

Juneau Empire Shared .

Our GardenMay 2020 was an extremely dry and sunny month and it starts to show in the garden.

Springhill Stories Shared .

Midweek MusingsI just laughed at this. I ordered 2 bottles of liquid hand wash and the seller requested that I post a picture of it online together with my photo.

DREAMS AND ESCAPES Shared .

7 Reasons Why Every Vegetable Garden Needs a Spare Raised BedSometimes it is easy to get ahead of ourselves and completely fill up our vegetable garden planting plan, however, in this video, I go over 7 reasons why you should always leave a bit of the garden 'unplanned' to give you the freedom to do so many different things.

Huw Richards - Grow Food Organically Shared .

Dad's Work Party Celebration CakeMay 29th was a big day in our household as my dad finished his job at a company where he has been working for 21 years.

The Bakersaurus Shared .

Jobs are MeaningWhat are we working for and towards? Most people are educated from the start to attend "skewl," where they sit in CLASS.

Layv & Praise Shared .

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A Pentland Garden Diary Shared .

Why grow native?I'm not sure when or where my love affair with nature began, but a year 12 biology / geography camp in the Flinders Ranges may have really ignited the spark.

The Yarn Spinner's Chronicle Shared .

Hmm, The Sharks are Migrating ThroughThe neighborhoods around Redquarters seem to be having a serious surge in the yard shark population this year.

Cat Rotator's Quarterly Shared .

Remember, RememberMemories can often be the most tempting or entrapping of illusions.

Something Good Shared .

Little by LittleLooking into the bathroom mirror at Arnie's shaving-foam covered face, I stated emphatically, "You have to till our garden this morning before leaving for work." It was more a demand than request....

Life Lines Shared .

Our Trespassing GardenIn addition to the three main phases of our luxury yard renovation, I've got a little side project that I'd like to share for the public record.

Downtown Luxury Slum Shared .

Top Ten Favourite PlantsA notification popped up on my phone earlier this week reminding me that I was intending to write a post about my ten favourite plants.

Green Girl Gardener Shared .

Sunflower Challenge: Week 9 June 3This has come from a great idea put forward by @GardeningGent. Sow sunflower seeds on April 1 and then report weekly updates.

N20gardener Shared .

Try to Help Local Growers During PandemicYour Gardening Questions covers the gamut of gardening questions from our Plant Talk Radio listeners.

Your Gardening Questions Shared .

The Best Gardening Tools For City GardenersWhether you're lucky enough to have a big country garden or a modest terrace, we've put together a list of 18 gardening tools that'll help you get stuck in and forget about the muddy fingernails you'll inevitably get post-garden spruce up.

The Handbook Shared .

Property must haves:home offices and gardens top home wishlists for life after lockdownHome office space and access to a garden have shot up the league table of property "must haves" since the start of the lockdown, according to a survey today.

Homes And Property Shared .

Diary of the Plague Year: Day 80 3 June 2020: A North windAfter a week of heatwave, a riotous North wind has arrived. It is rampaging through the garden and luckily I staked the new Delphinium I bought yesterday.

The Creekside Hermit Shared .

Our garden in May « Our Dream GardenFollowing an unusually dry April, we've had an even drier May, with plenty of warm sunshine - great weather for sun-worshippers, but not so good for gardeners.

Our Dream Garden Shared .

GARDENING TIME: Water saving advice for the hot weatherThe sunny weather is lovely but prolonged dry spells can mean increased water useage. Here's some advice on how to save water.

Redditch Standard Shared .

Nitrogen Fixing Plants in My GardenLaburnum in bloom - a nitrogen fixing tree. Nitrogen fixing plants play important roles in a permaculture garden.

EWSP Consultancy Shared .

The best plants for shadeDiscover the best plants for shade with our collection of flowers for a shady spot in the garden, chosen from Chris Moss' garden designs.

Gardens Illustrated Magazine Shared .

Great Dixter planting: how to get the lookAndy Salter's Kent garden is a beautiful tribute to Great Dixter with a planting style that is inspired by the garden's mixed borders.

Gardens Illustrated Magazine Shared .

A Kent garden inspired by Great Dixter's bordersInspired by Great Dixter's mixed borders, Andy Salter has conjured a dynamic garden full of surprise on a plot in Kent.

Gardens Illustrated Magazine Shared .

Wild Your Garden, by Jim and Joel Ashton, book reviewLearn how to turn your outdoor space into a haven for wildlife with easy-to-follow projects from The Butterfly Brothers.

Gardens Illustrated Magazine Shared .

Compact coy plugsOver the past few weeks we have all had to find ways to garden creatively due to the Covid lock-down restricting how we can shop for supplies.

PLOT 85A Shared .

Top tips for your garden in JuneBroadcaster, writer and avid gardener Toby Buckland offers up his top tips for tending to your garden this month.

Living Edge Shared .

Tip 01: Potting Soil vs Garden SoilMake sure that if you are growing in containers, pots, grow bags, anything portable that is not in the ground, that you use POTTING SOIL and not GARDEN SOIL.

LittleRita'sDen Shared .

Wash Those Please!Wonder why your mom would cringe at you for not washing your greens or your meat before cooking it when you were younger?

LittleRita'sDen Shared .

BeginnerA fly decided to come die in my lemon tea this morning. Today I prepared a pot to plant some dry curry plant seeds and broke two too.

The Mundane Shared .

Tip #00: Start Gardening! !So, as you can tell, per the pictures on this blog, I am not your typical gardner~.

LittleRita'sDen Shared .

Adventures in Quarantine: The Potato FamineAt the beginning of orders / isolation, it seemed like everyone was using the time to develop some new skill or try some new activity.

Diary Of A Mad Holist Shared .

Street trees, bees and catmintBlack Tupelo trees on our sidewalk We planted four Black Tupelo trees on our sidewalk about 10 years ago with the help of Friends of Trees.

Northwest Urban Gardener Shared .

Flowers in My BalconyWith summer finally arriving in my city, I see flowers blooming in everyone else's balcony.

Penofhearts.com Shared .

Celebrating our growing flower garden!I am absolutely loving the view out my home office window these days. It has definitely come a long way since we moved in 2 summers ago!

Beloved Farms Shared .

The Way of the Keyboard WarriorBy: Phil Pasco 06/02/2020 Hey permaculture ladies and gentlemen, Permaculture Bro here. I believe permaculture takes place not just in the garden or in the zones around your homestead, but in every aspect of our lives.

Permaculture Bro Shared .

The year's first update in picturesWith this first week of June 2020 comes our first update in pictures! At the very least, things are looking a little more interesting than "just dirt," so enjoy the gallery!

Garden State-ments Shared .

So blah for slasaWe sold the car! Yesterday I got a new battery for the car and today we took it to some big box store and they bought it.

Chris' Morning Pages Shared .

Charles praises benefits of gardens in lockdownThe Prince of Wales is patron of the National Garden Scheme which opens up more than 3,700 private gardens in England and Wales to visitors.

South Wales Argus Shared .

Gardening: Nothing beats taste of fresh, juicy berries sampled on the spotThere may be no Wimbledon this year, but at least we've still got strawberries and these are ripening now.

The Sunday Post Shared .

Chrysanthemums #274BRJune 2, 2020 Chrysanthemums, more commonly knows as Mums, are a member of the Asteraceae family of flowers.

Steven Spring Photography Shared .

I Make an Effort on Tired TuesdayFor this week's Tired Tuesday Post, I bestirred myself enough to walk outside and take a few pictures of my ever-changing yard.

Mohawk Valley Girl Shared .

Chive Blossom VinegarEvery year I have a bumper crop of chives, regardless of the weather. I've started using the blossoms as I can't possibly eat all the chives themselves, especially if I let them spread their seeds everywhere.

Preppergal11 Shared .

Easy Zucchini QuicheWith the hot weather setting in the mini greens in the hoop house are fading away.

Flowers Faith Food Shared .

Biting the BulletAll the gardening experts recommend the ‘Chelsea chop', cutting back perennials to improve their flowering performance.

Rambling In The Garden Shared .

Stronger When Broken DownThe rose garden smells wonderful if I'm not spraying feed. My cheap arch came, it was twelve Euro, it apparently had troubles with balloons and wind.

Pep's Free From Kitchen Shared .

Gardens large and small bring joySomeone in my gardening group had posted their flowerbeds almost sheepishly because they had a small garden.

The Nightgown Gardener Shared .

AlliumAlliums are members of the onion family. They come in varieties of purple, pink, and white.

The White Eden Shared .

Thomas Hardy-The garden benchToday would have been Thomas Hardy's birthday. Known predominantly through his novels his poems are equally of note.

Wild Parenting Shared .

GardeningWork today wasn't very scintillating. A few meetings, some mails, some tasks done or postponed.

Lesser Leaves Shared .

Who's garden appears in today's Lockdown Garden gallery?We have been inundated with your garden photos - has yours made it into today's gallery?

East Anglian Daily Times Shared .

Impact gardeningNow that garden centers are open and the weather is beginning to warm up, you may be thinking about sprucing up your landscaping or adding curb appeal.

Sidney Daily News Shared .

Ireland's growing love for gardeningWearing gloves when out in public has become more prevalent and so has pulling them on in the garden during lockdown, writes Ray Ryan.

Irishexaminer.com Shared .

Gardening leave: What is gardening leave?GARDENING LEAVE is what some employees will be put on during their notice period. So, what is gardening leave?

Express.co.uk Shared .

Little lettuce and more seedlings feat. CatsI feel like I'm having the worst luck with some seeds in the garden. So far I'm able to grow lots of lettuce and was successful with growing pumpkins.

Lo'u Olaga Shared .

Get vegetable seedlings for free in Victoria, BCPriority is given to people who have been "disproportionally impacted by the pandemic and want to grow food at home, but that may be facing barriers to access to food plants and garden materials, or are facing barriers to access fresh, locally grown food." The city's website says this could include newly unemployed, Indigenous,...

Poetic Justice Shared .

Post 300, Block Editor and Other NonsenseWell here I am. When I clicked on "Write" the same old classic editor appeared, so it seems the forced changeover to block editor is on hold.

Myricopia Shared .

The product of successive sowingsWe've mentioned before that successive sowings of crops is a great way to spread out the length of time you are able to enjoy a particular vegetable.

It's Sow Simple Shared .

Council to enhance Piccadilly Gardens walkwayManchester City Council is pushing ahead with plans to revamp the covered walkway connecting Portland Street with Piccadilly Gardens, while LDA Design waits for sign-off to regenerate the rest of the city-centre green space.

Place North West Shared .

Is Life Too Short to… Make Rose Petal Confetti?A good way of excusing yourself from doing something you don't really want to do is to affirm ‘life's too short'.

Wendy Pike, NewsWoozle Shared .

Cactus for GeyriOn a big uromastyx FB page, many people said that uros really like cactus. I'm constantly thinking of good foods for him.

Sarasin's Thoughts……. Shared .

Something new on the farmWhile working on the flowerbed around the koi pond this past weekend, Ted found this little guy.

Striving Acres Shared .

Gardeners create horticultural haven in honour of healthcare staff and key workersGARDENERS decided to dig deep as they created a horticultural haven in honour of healthcare staff and key workers on the coronavirus frontline.

Greenock Telegraph Shared .

Thoughts and Actions in Sociable DystancopiaExtolling the virtues of a sanctioned general strike, AKA the stay-at-home order Edition 1: The Garden "I don't understand why she would tear up a beautiful lawn and plant vegetables!"

Paul Ottaviano Photography Blog Shared .

Rutherglen gardening group hand out mini allotments to help locals during COVID-19 lockdownMembers of a Rutherglen gardening group are helping locals stay green-fingered during the Covid-19 pandemic - by giving them mini-allotments to develop.

Dailyrecord Shared .

Happy at home #1This is the first of a series of blog posts to keep in touch, to inform, even to entertain you, while the Coronavirus is keeping us all at home.

Enterprise Essentials Shared .

Moose's TurnThis is a late post even though I have been up since 7am. I covered a meeting last night so I got up early to write the article and send it out before I had to leave to take Moose to the vet.

Today's Blog Shared .

Repurposed Items as PlantersI am all about reusing and recycling, so I love the ideas people come up with for using repurposed items for planters.

Lorieb (Lor-eee-bee) Shared .

Waiting with GodotAnother week has been and gone and I have to admit that at the moment I actually wish the hot weather would do one for a bit, trying to tend the garden is becoming a lot more troublesome.

Sandmanjazz Shared .

JuneThe backyard nature, of course, has been in bloom and flight and digging and spinning webs and scavenging for food.

Blah, Blah, Blah Shared .

A lovely garden begins with your potsIt is not just for holding your flowering plants or herbs, for me a flower pot also needs to stand beautiful by itself in my garden.

HouseResort Shared .

Flower Power Garden Hour 67: Listener Q&AVisit our show sponsor - Wild Foods Co - at. Wild Foods is a nutrition company with a strict mission on utilizing real foods sourced globally from small growers.

‎Flower Power Garden Hour Shared .

Top ways to enjoy gardening and keep your hayfever at bayIn an effort to make the best of a warm spring, almost half of the UK have taken to gardening during the coronavirus lockdown.

Biggleswade Today Shared .

Cosmos in the GardenOne of my old time faves! Those who possess a brown thumb, rejoice: cosmos flowers can grow in your garden in spite of you.

Thyme Goes By… Shared .

Buds, Color and Sneak PeeksHappy Tuesday morning! I hope all is well in your part of the world. A lot of craziness happening in the world today, I do not plan on getting into details or posting my opinions on any matters, other than matters of flowers and dirt.

Double J Flower Ranch Shared .

Garden Time on the Farm"One plants, one waters, another pulls weeds. The sun shines. God gives the increase." c e hollis Heirloom Tomatoes We start early when seed catalogues come in the mail and we drool through the pages, making lists, and dreaming of how neat and full and wonderful the vegetable garden will be this year.

What's Good About Home Shared .

My Little WorldI am aware that people are stressed out due to many events right now. we are caught in a pandemic, the world has changed and it is nothing as we knew it and maybe all of us have somebody to blame but it doesn't take away the fact that the damage is irreversible.

The Mundane Shared .

Book Review: Diary of a Young Naturalist by Dara McAnultyI have bought books from Little Toller Books in the past and I enjoy that they are a small independent publisher who offer an eclectic range of books...

The Blackberry Garden Shared .

Yards Wars: Episode 6My wife, Sheri, thinks a nice yard is relaxing and gives her a place to find contentment.

So Many Words… Shared .

Allotment Diary / Early June Veg Plot Update.A bit of a fortnightly update of the vegetable growing progress from the plot and at home.

Allotment Diary Shared .

ISA Browns at Three MonthsPrima Ballerinas I knew that ISA Brown chickens grew fast, but these have gotten so big in such a short time that it's almost scary.

Southern Fusion Cooking Shared .

Tower Garden Presents Non-Growers Guide for First-Time GardenersCOLLIERVILLE, Tenn., June 2, 2020 /PRNewswire/ - Gardening has become a newfound hobby for many during this extended period of self isolation, as well as a way for those to control their own food supply.

Tower Garden Shared .

Hatfield House's park and gardens set to reopen for visitorsThe stately home at Hatfield House will remain closed to visitors for the 2020 season but the estate's park and gardens are set to reopen on Saturday, June 20.

Welwyn Hatfield Times Shared .

Words: ZUIHITSU for a day when there should be no wordsTomorrow-no-the next day-tomorrow is Tuesday-my husband and I will sit in my study and wait for the computer tingle that signals our son's weekly call.

GladErrand Shared .

The Home Planted Vegetable World in My Zone 5 RegionI am planting, and still planting. This is western Massachusetts, at a higher elevation than central-lower New England, but no where near as cold as long as is northern New Hampshire nor much of inland northern Maine.

Of Goats And Greens Shared .

Alan Titchmarsh's brilliant hack for people with small gardens exposedALAN TITCHMARSH, the TV genius and green-fingered whizz, once revealed a gardening hack for anyone who hasn't got a big garden.

Express.co.uk Shared .

How To Build A Worm Compost Bin Worm Farm That Works!Check out our second channel "Plant Based Eats" here: what you'll need 38 Gallon HDX Tough Tote Storage Bins Cinder blocks Bricks Bag Of Granite / Rocks 1/2" Brass Spigot 1/2'' Plastic Coupling 5/8'' IN Rubber O Ring Some Kind Of Porous Material like Metal Screen, Old Trampoline, or Fabric Gorilla Tape Coconut Coir Block: Wiggler Worms: " Drill...

Plant Abundance Shared .

Garden Hose Valve Wrench: ReinforcedAlthough Jason's comment suggesting carbon-fiber reinforcing rods didn't prompt me to lay in a stock, ordinary music wire should serve the same purpose.

The Smell Of Molten Projects In The Morning Shared .

A Seedy UpdateApril, the last time I felt capable of putting pen to paper, feels all at once an eon ago and yesterday.

The Seedy Part Of Town Shared .

Gardening a boost for physical, mental healthOrganic gardening benefits physical and mental health as well as environment.

Tallahassee Shared .

Starting a Garden From SeedsThis year in the beginnings of April mine and my mother's plans for a garden started its germination over conversations stimulated while drinking coffee in our rocking chairs.

To Make A Robbins Nest Shared .

The Seaweed Dried, See the Difference.Mrs. Lebec's pride and joy is her Oregano Plant, this bush is doing wonderfully. It grows flowers, tiny blue ones that are difficult to see until one approaches closely.

Earthworm Farming, Vermiculture, And Gardening. Shared .

Sustainable Gardening: Eco-Friendly Tips For Growing Your Own Veg At HomeFrom alternatives to plastic plant pots to making your own compost, here's how to grow your own veg more sustainably.

Pebble Magazine Shared .

The Brown Thumb Struggles OnKate Flora: Confessing that today, with so much chaos in the country, I am finding it hard to write.

Maine Crime Writers Shared .

Wynyard Hall Gardens set to reopen in full bloomThe gardens at Wynyard Hall are reopening in full bloom this week.

Sunderland Echo Shared .

Tips To Maintain A Beautiful LandscapeEverybody loves their own landscape. A well-organized landscape enhances the beauty of the property. However, it needs to be maintained and decorated properly.

All About Blog Site Shared .

Monty Don confession: How gardener fulfilled life ambition after near-death experienceMONTY DON has three children and was last year gifted his first grandchild - a boy.

Express.co.uk Shared .

Making FriendsThe wooden frame in the header photo is one of three that Husband and I constructed on Sunday.

Trail Baboon Shared .

Attack Weeds Now!Your Gardening Questions covers the gamut of gardening questions from our Plant Talk Radio listeners.

Your Gardening Questions Shared .

Bid to launch gardening group in Aberdeen communityA bid has been launched to set up a new gardening group in an Aberdeen community.

Evening Express Shared .

Project Blackbird Snack BarI love projects, I have about sixteen on the go at the moment. Yes they are exhausting and yes it is a little sad when I consider that I will never finish them but they were so exciting in the beginning.

Mairead Hennessy Shared .

West Lavington Manor amongst gardens to re open to publicOPEN gardens are starting to open up post lockdown. It will be done on a strictly pre-booked basis through the National Open Garden Scheme website.

Wiltshire Times Shared .

Cucumbers GaloreWe are picking 20-30 cucumbers every day. Jack will eat about 4-5 a day he read it lowers blood sugar and cholesterol.

Sonya Lira Photography Shared .

National Garden Scheme opens gardens following lockdownThe National Garden Scheme closed its gardens at the start of lockdown and will now begin to reopen them.

Gardens Illustrated Magazine Shared .

Tim's keeping an eye on his broccoliHere's another update from our allotment man, Tim.

World Radio Gardening Shared .

Reducing Plastic Use in the GardenWooden handles and wicker basket - two items I use all the time in my garden to help reduce plastic use.

EWSP Consultancy Shared .

Squirrels in My HeartThose cute animals that scurry around yards and up trees. Those sweet little bundles of fur with fluffy tails and adorable faces.

GraceSpeak Shared .

Story of a saplingI was waiting imptiently for the weather to warm up a bit to make a garden shop run.

Devayani Tirthali Shared .

Prophylactic self-isolation for moments of friendship appreciation. Day 82nd.That is how small tiny dreams come true - in a way you could not expect it: I always was looking for this plant with beautiful special pink blooming stem, but my mind always reminded me that I have enough indoor plants and there will be no place for new ones.

L`earning 4 Elements Shared .

Harrogate's Harlow Carr gardens to reopenGARDEN lovers have received a major boost with the news that the Royal Horticultural Society's Harlow Carr centre in North Yorkshire is reopening.

The Northern Echo Shared .

How to Start a Garden from Ground ZeroEveryone has a gardener inside of us that is just waiting to sprout. How do you let it break free to start a garden safely off the ground with practically nothing but an adventurous spirit and a little forethought?

Flexing The Green Thumb Shared .

Growing Indoor House PlantsIt's been super busy around here with the Garden, as you may know if you have been following me for a while.

Notefull Living Shared .

Five most common mistakes new gardeners makeBut the upside to gardening failures? They make you a better person, according to an expert who has made almost all of them.

The Sydney Morning Herald Shared .

Growing a little GardenGrowing some new plants, I hope they're veggies!

Rex The Veganosaurus Shared .

In the gardenGardening is not something I learned growing up. We moved to Texas when I was young, from a much different climate.

Diary Of A Texas Ranch Wife Shared .

The Garden is Finally Planted. I Think.You know those "find the difference" cartoons that used to appear in newspapers? The ones that featured two seemingly identical scenes and challenged you to find the different things in each one.

Peace Country Gardens Shared .

Popular gardening stall to closeA GARDENING stall that has served the residents of Ulverston for decades is set to close.

The Mail Shared .

Award-winning Wynyard gardens are set to reopenTHE award-winning gardens at Wynyard Hall is reopening its doors to the public tomorrow.

The Northern Echo Shared .

Organic is Another Word For LoveWhen we care for mother earth and only choose organic and GMO free food, cleaners and cosmetics, we are caring for ourselves and our environment which are all linked as one is connected to the other.

Sarah Rajkotwala - Writer & Spiritual Teacher Blog Shared .

5 Things My Garden Taught MeI have spent the past three years gardening, confiding my secrets to the great outdoors.

Mariella Hunt Shared .

Misfit Veggies and Food Waste, also, our Ceres ShrineWhile the world is going happily to hell, my household has been working to become more self-sufficient.

Gangleri's Grove Shared .

Nothing Goes to WasteEver since the MCO started, hubby learned how to bake and as such, the eggs in the fridge are used up very quickly.

Angieneering Shared .

Grass clippings: Get Your Vegetable Bed ready in a WeekWe get the vegetable plants and do not have soil ready. Also, most of us do the bi-weekly grass mowing.

Garden At Mangos Drive Shared .

I was, I am, NaiveSilly me. I thought we were actually moving forward. I thought that living here, I was free from the fear of being burned in ovens, free from the fear of being killed for expressing my religious beliefs.

Ahuva's Blog Shared .

How to Grow AloeAloe is an amazing house plant and is super easy to grow! It is edible and can be used to cure cuts and burns.

MIgardener Shared .

ATT: Parents of Fur-babies! 10 TOXIC and NON-TOXIC PlantsI'm the proud parent of two pupperinos and when I first started my houseplant journey my first priority was to make sure the plants I picked up from the nursery suited the aesthetic of my room/house.

Hummble Shared .

The Garden Is Dead, Long Live The Garden!You might remember that I got my garden in recently.. If not, you can review my progress here: Blood, Bug Guts, and Cow Manure It was with great satisfaction that I put that last plant in.

Everyone Else Has The Best Titles Shared .

Your Basement Floods, Then Your Sump Pump DiesHow to deal with basement flooding? Erin and Eric tell their flooded basement stories and how a spare pump can save you.

Garden Fork Radio Shared .

Garden Project No.1:Over the past three years, my wife and I have been able to re-landscape our small back garden to make some better use of the space and also make it a happy space for our old dog to roam.

PLOT 85A Shared .

I Lived Off Of Gardening, Fishing, Foraging, and Bartering for 30 Days. Here's How It WentLast year, I gave myself 90 days to prepare to live off of my garden, fishing, foraging, and bartering for 30 consecutive days.

Epic Gardening Shared .

Episode 322. What veg to sow in JuneJoin me in today's podcast where I shall be discussing what veg to sow in June.

The Veg Grower Shared .

The Easiest Gardening Trick Ever: Vegetables You Can Regrow in Nothing but WaterYes, you can start an indoor vegetable garden from your kitchen leftovers. No soil required!

GreenwichTime Shared .

Allotment #6 Beans beans beansNew on the allotment is our bean frame. We already have a number of bean plants growing in our back garden, but why not have more?

Joy In The Ordinary Shared .

If Red-Eared Sliders Ruled the WorldI was gardening today. When I pulled up weeds, sometimes worms or grubs would come along.

Cynthia Praski Shared .

Stinging NettlesAfter several years of talking about it, I finally got my hands dirty and started gardening.

Pastor Kristina Hill Shared .

COVID gardeningI've been pottering in my garden. A combination of having time as I am not able to fill my days with other things and much better weather have wooed me out to the garden.

Lucinda Sans Shared .

Looking for treasureThis post is all about unexpected joys in difficult times; looking for treasure in the dirt.

SomersetShines Shared .

FLO and GO: "The Fight For Justice Continues"We recorded this Flo And Go two weeks ago, and from what was going on then, has a lot to do with what is taking place all over this country right now.

The Morning Hustle Shared .

Dahlia Bulbs Coming Up in the GardenBack when I ordered my Rheinland Astilbe dry root, I also ordered some mixed buttercup bulbs and some Myrtle's Folly Dahlia bulbs.

Another Day With Julie Shared .

Summer Garden Must-have: CucumbersCool as a cucumber - untroubled by heat or exertion Cucumbers are one of my favorite vegetables to grow.

Grow Nourish Thrive Shared .

En plein airJuneathon 2020 off to a beautiful start as I took the stability ball and a mat into the garden for early morning open air core exercises.

Runtezza Shared .

Permutations and ImpermanenceThe mango tree is still growing. Roses from a bouquet are still attempting to form a root system.

Pep's Free From Kitchen Shared .

Watching these birds on the sky, I can see whyFuji apple Today's been going well, after I woke up and did my breakfast chores I fought the urge to get back in bed and instead started reading my house building book.

Chris' Morning Pages Shared .

Vermont Summer Series 6.1.20This past week we have been totally focused on completing the rejuvenation of our two raised beds located just outside our picket fence.

Lynn Amber - Travel & Photography Shared .

Plants Eat Food, pt 1Part 1 of 4. Plants want to gobble up everything they can of 3 key macronutrients - Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and Potassium.

Mindful Foliage Shared .

GardeningWe found the only way to cope with weeds on the gravel was with spray however much I hate it, I imagine every symptom for weeks after using it, especially after our Bishop was whisked off to hospital after spraying his roses!

Filed Words Shared .

Solidarity and Social JusticeWe are watching our cities in crisis as people struggle for justice during what feels like endless and senseless acts of violence against people of color.

Debra Prinzing Shared .

Blaenavon kids' lockdown gardening business for shielding neighboursTWO savvy and caring children from Blaenavon have donned their gardening gloves in lockdown to start their own vegetable boxes.

Free Press Series Shared .

Celebrities with amazing vegetable gardens! Holly Willoughby, Ben Shepard and moreZoe Ball, Jamie Oliver and more celebrities have shared glimpses at their stunning vegetable plots.

HELLO! Shared .

Tips for Growing TomatoesI have been getting a lot of questions from new gardeners at the farmers market about tomatoes lately.

Nella Mae's Farm Shared .

Getting our First Garden PlantedThings are finally starting to warm up. I had really hoped to have most things planted out by May 21, but there were a couple freezes that dissuaded me.

DREAMSTEADING Shared .

I am not patient; or, when do my seedlings mature?Yes, you're supposed to trust that the processes of nature will run their course. But I get impatient waiting for toast to pop.

Kinda Homesteading Shared .

CosmosAs the name says, this flower represents the beautiful side of this universe! These colors bring a tranquil vibe to my garden.

Gardening Shared .

Raby Castle reopens park and gardensRABY Castle has reopened its park and gardens to visitors as it responds to the government's easing of lockdown restrictions.

The Northern Echo Shared .

My Top 4 Dishes of the Week!Chicken and Potato Curry. Sounds basic, right? This recipe is from my new favorite cookbook, Hot Sour Salty Sweet: A Culinary Journey Through Southeast Asia, and is a Laotian curry that tastes way different than any I've had in the past, thanks to the combination of Thai chilies, lime leaves lime when we moved out here, which now sits happily in...

Beloved Farms Shared .

The Gardener's Nightcap"There is an hour just before dark, when the garden resents interference. Its work, no less than the gardener's, is done."

Book/city/book Shared .

More of your beautiful Lockdown GardensA bright and sunny weekend has made for some excellent photographs of Suffolk's best Lockdown Gardens.

Sudbury Mercury Shared .

Coronavirus memorial gardens to be created at crematoriaMemorial gardens are to be created at two Wiltshire crematoria as tranquil places where people can come to remember loved ones who died during the Covid-19 pandemic and pay tribute to those who sacrificed so much to help others who were sick, isolated or vulnerable.

Wiltshire Times Shared .

Gardening 101Even if you weren't blessed with a green thumb, you can still learn how to grow the garden of your dreams.

Good Housekeeping Shared .

2 thoughts on "Greenhouse: tomatoes, eggplants and bell peppers"Today we finished planting plants into our greenhouse. It's full now... but doesn't look so!

A Day In The Life Of A Latvian Mom Shared .

Considering OptionsI was proud to see my state mentioned under peaceful protests this morning. The police in Flint, MI actually joined in the peaceful protest yesterday.

Today's Blog Shared .

Trying to be a happy camper in a time of sadness. Suz vlogs about rocks, naturally.Pollyanna might crack In general, I am ever the Pollyanna. But even this Pollyanna is struggling.

Busy Bee Productions Shared .

Our First Year of HomesteadingWhat we have We have started seeds indoors with this greenhouse.. This year I am attempting to add to our gardening space by doing some plants...

SecondTimeAroundHomestead Shared .

HowdyHello. Hope all is well, and y'all can be safe. Welcome to Monday. Yesterday it rained twice.

Several Deadly CINEs: Cinema, Writing, And Living Shared .

Don't Toss Potting Soil Bags! Reuse Them In These 5 WaysIf you like to start your seeds indoors for transplanting later or need to top up your garden beds with a little soil, chances are that you have bought bags of potting soil, seed starting soil, compost, mulch, etc.

My Best Life Secrets Shared .

Virtual RHS Chelsea Flower Show Inspires Brits to Get GardeningFor the first time in its history, the RHS Chelsea Flower Show went virtual this May, due to the physical show being cancelled because of the Covid-19 pandemic.

DIY Week Shared .

Brits get gardeningFor the first time in its history, the RHS Chelsea Flower Show went virtual this May, due to the physical show being cancelled because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Retail Times Shared .

Blaenavon kids' lockdown gardening business for shielding neighboursTWO savvy and caring children from Blaenavon have donned their gardening gloves in lockdown to start their own vegetable boxes.

South Wales Argus Shared .

Mandala Monday ~ Heart for the CitySome of you may know that I live in the city of Minneapolis, and you may have heard what has been going on here over the past week.

Ramblings From Jewels Shared .

Convallaria majalis var. roseaLike me, you probably think of Lily of the valley as being white but there's also a dainty pink form, which is quite rare.

Susan Rushton Shared .

Saxifraga stolonifera: how to care for and propagate a saxifraga stoloniferaThe rise and rise of saxifraga stolonifera, a prolific and proliferate species. Words Jane Perrone, illustration Patrick Morgan.

Gardens Illustrated Magazine Shared .

June Arrives With A ChillThis morning it is 40F along the coast of NH and snowing on top of MT Washington with a hard freeze for those in our north country.

Folsom Mill Studio Shared .

A flowerfall of rosesThe weather here has been perfect for the last few weeks. Blazing blue skies. Glittering sunshine.

Pippin Corbet Shared .