‘Sliced my neck’: Mum lucky to be alive after awful gardening accident’

WARNING – GRAPHIC CONTENT: A mum claims she’s fortunate to be alive after a freak gardening accident. Kendra Jensen was at the deck as her husband Andy mowed the garden last week when something flew at her from approximately six to nine metres away. Ms Jensen, from Idaho in the US, wrote on Facebook the […]

Roots of Wisdom: Gardening – it is able to develop on you

Down the coast further to Cornwall’s Lizard Peninsula, Bonython Estate Gardens has an 18th-century Walled Garden, a potager lawn, an orchard of Cornish variety apple trees and woodlands. Bosahan at Manaccan is again near the Helford River taking part in the Cornish microclimate and defined as “the maximum Cornish of all Cornish gardens” in The […]

Gardening suggestions: plant the peanut butter plant

Plant this One of the more strange not unusual names for Melianthus important is the peanut butter plant, so if you get one, give it a sniff. Other selling factors of this architectural shrub for sunny, well-tired spots are its huge, noticed-toothed leaves. Although evergreen in its native South Africa, it may die back in […]

Tools, Attitude, And Good Old Efficiency: Solutions For Aging Gardeners

The feeling of placing fingers within the dirt at the same time as getting sparkling air is some thing that possibly brings older gardeners lower back to their younger days of gambling out of doors and getting messy with out a care. At the same time, they are able to accomplish a couple of things: […]

Spring Gardening Show: Wet Soil, Non-Blooming Bulbs, Combating Moles

Live call-in discussion: What do you do if your bulbs aren’t blooming? How do you address moist soil? When is it time to prune your shrubs? How do you combat the scourge of mice, moles, and voles? We’re answering those questions and greater at the spring gardening show. I just like the commonplace names of […]