While providing nectar, shelter and a water source is essential to attracting #hummingbirds to your garden, the addition of their favorite tube-shaped #flowers certainly can't hurt either. Take a look at the top 13 plants loved by hummingbirds. 👉https://t.co/HJ3DJKzOSO pic.twitter.com/6AWfCten4s— Gardening Know How (@gardenknowhow) May 14, 2023
For scented spring flowers look no further than our top 10 of spring-flowering bulbs with beautiful fragrance, and fill your garden with delightful scent.https://t.co/0DC9TgJhQy pic.twitter.com/txE72tg6NY— The English Garden (@TEGmagazine) May 16, 2023
With the university town at its heart, Cambridgeshire makes for a great garden escape. Wander the historic city, then explore several nearby gardens.https://t.co/Wsn9UjCaFi pic.twitter.com/38o7LGusf0— The English Garden (@TEGmagazine) May 16, 2023
Can you picture yourself sitting here, enjoying this bright space full of foliage? Take a minute if you need it, have a "seat" and breathe...— Garden Design Mag (@GardenDesignMag) May 2, 2023
Learn more about foliage #plants plus see 15 stunning container recipes to get you started from @Proven_Winners: https://t.co/o6z3yxyAGd pic.twitter.com/NgIkfI3jsU
What Is A Hydroponic Garden? Hydro for water, and ponos for labor. These two Greek words come together to create the term hydroponic. In essence, that means all water and no soil. Oklahoma State University Extension goes on to explain that with a hydroponic garden comes many advantages, including the unexpected fact that plants grown in a soil-free, water-based system use less water than their counterparts growing out back in the dirt. This is due to the water going through a constant process of circulation and recycling. Read Full Article at housedigest.com.
How To Protect Your Vegetable Garden From Freezing Temperatures. As winter gives way to the promise of warm spring weather, gardeners prepare to plant their first crops. Before you plant seeds or place young seedlings in the ground, however, it is important to have a frost protection plan in place. Otherwise, you might have to do it all again and it’s just not as fun the second time. Read Full Article at housedigest.com.