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When to Plant Strawberry Plants

Isn't fruit like the best foods in the world? How sweet they are, and how there are so many different taste and textures you can taste with each one!? Well I'll share some great tips and tricks that keep your fruit the best. I'll go through each...


Golden Celebration an English rose by David Austin. This is one of the most magnificent English Roses, producing many giant, deeply-cupped, golden-yellow flowers. These have a strong fragrance of the tea rose type, later developing deliciously fruity notes which have been compared to citrus, lychee, Sauternes wine and strawberry!

from Knowledge Weighs Nothing

How And Why To Build Hugelkultur Raised Beds

Hugelkultur raised beds are an excellent way to build large easy to manage raised beds and dispose of lots of garden waste and food. You effectively pile up garden waste, cuttings, branches, even logs! Add in your compostable kitchen waste and after you...

from Sortra

Inspiring Garden Decoration Ideas

this gives me great ideas. good for someone who rents and doesn't want t have to dig bulbs up when moving DIY garden idea. Paint tin cans and fasten them to a fence. Put some flowers in it!

How to Grow Strawberries Using Plastic Bottles
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How to Grow Strawberries Using Plastic Bottles

To say I have gardening on the brain is a bit of an understatement. I think the entire country is over winter and can't wait for spring and just when you think it's here - blammo - snow! To keep my mind occupied as I suit up in my heavy wool coat for the

Strawberries are easy to grow, but can take up a lot of room when planted as a traditional “strawberry patch”. This pyramid planter gives you home grown strawberries while taking up only a fraction of the space of a typical garden. Discover what’s possible with vertical gardening by viewing the full album on our site at

from Sarah Raven

Slug-repelling Copper Bands

These copper bands are one of the best, non-harmful slug repellants around. Slugs and snails hate copper because it causes a harmless electric shock-like reaction when they come into contact with it, so they crawl away. Bend them into rings and push them into the soil at the base of your plant.