Gardening Archive

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Gardening tips: plant the peanut butter plant

Melianthus Major, the peanut butter plant. Photograph: Getty Images Plant this One of the weirder common names for Melianthus major is the peanut butter plant, so if
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Brikkho Mela sees good response from gardening enthusiasts

The ongoing month-long Brikkho Mela (Tree Fair) in Dhaka is receiving a good response from gardening enthusiasts in the capital. Amid the global climate
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Going beyond greenish: Why gardens and gardening matter

The Lake Harriet Bandshell. The author’s gardening efforts include two planting areas near there. My interest in gardens began decades ago while watching my
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The Great Gardening Challenge: start date, time, presenters, episode guide

Nicki Chapman and Diarmuid Gavin are hosting Channel 5’s new primetime gardening show, The Great Gardening Challenge, with Carol Klein and Mark Gregory as judges. When is
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FARMBOT UNVEILS NEW CNC GARDENING ROBOT MODELS

Across the Northern Hemisphere it is now summer and the growing season is in full swing. Vigorous plants that will soon bear tasty fruit
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Youth Farm in St. Petersburg teaches kids gardening, cooking and business skills

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Kareem Alexander is building a farm, a Youth Farm that is designed and operated by kids. “Our creativity can stretch
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Fewer of us are taking time to smell — or tend — the roses as gardening evolves

UC Davis grows more than 8 acres of roses to provide California’s nursery industry with virus-free stock. See the farm in spring bloom. BY DEBBIE ARRINGTON
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Planting, patience, and bugs: What gardening can teach kids early

Plants and children have at least one thing in common: They both love dirt. Why not pair them by introducing your youngster to gardening?
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Gardening tips: plant Mexican giant hyssop

 Bees love Agastache ‘Red Fortune’. Photograph: Gap Photos Plant this If you’re looking to delight bees, Mexican giant hyssop (Agastache mexicana) is a sound choice
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Gardening: Ideas for damp weather

Hello fellow gardeners! Well, I truly thought that by now our weather would be back to blast furnace temperatures, but we are still getting