Leading automation specialist Muller Technology has partnered with VistaTek to create a plant-based garden pot that is one of the first plantable and compostable pots for the garden market. The company provides the latest in-mold labeling (IML) technology to facilitate efficient manufacturing and high-volume production to support sustainable efforts. TheRead More →

Summary of the press release: Can plant directly in the ground and will compost without being removed from the ground Plant nutrients are compounded into the plastic resin formulation An alternative to traditional plastic, fiber and rice hull pots Original press release: VistaTek Leverages In-Mold Labeling (IML) Technology to DevelopRead More →

Funding of € 1 million has been set aside to develop 65 sensory gardens for people with disabilities across Ireland. The plants and materials chosen for the sensory gardens stimulate the senses of sight, smell, touch, taste and hearing, and while popular with the wider community, they are particularly beneficial.Read More →

Funding of one million euros has been set aside to develop sixty-five sensory gardens for people with disabilities across Ireland. The plants and materials chosen for sensory gardens stimulate the senses of sight, smell, touch, taste and hearing, and although popular with the whole community, they are particularly beneficial forRead More →

From the ominous snowy landscape outside the Overlook Hotel in “The Shining” to Ned Stark’s stark warning that winter is coming in “Game of Thrones,” pop culture has taught us that winter can be scary, but seasoned Southern California gardeners know best. Here, fall and winter give gardeners a chanceRead More →

From the ominous snowy landscape outside the Overlook Hotel in “The Shining” to Ned Stark’s stark warning that winter is coming in “Game of Thrones,” pop culture has taught us that winter can be scary, but seasoned Southern California gardeners know best. Here, the fall and winter offer gardeners aRead More →

Reading time: 3 minutes With the decrease in land area, large houses with small garden spaces are becoming commonplace. This means that the scope of landscaping cannot be elaborate – it must be succinct. If you’ve bought a home in a new development area and don’t know how to workRead More →

As we are now in the planting season, acquiring and installing new plants in preparation for the bursting of foliage and flowers in the spring, it is time to do some proactive gardening. Responsive gardening, by comparison, involves waiting for local garden centers to release small flowering plants and thenRead More →

What is the difference between gardening and garden maintenance? I was brought up to the question by Richard Unsworth’s new book The city gardener. Inside a downtown Sydney’s Redfern garden.Credit:Nicholas Watt, of the city gardener. Unsworth, founder of gardening store and design company Garden Life, has been designing gardens inRead More →

When it comes to Minecraft design ideas, people first think of creating dizzying buildings, realistic statues, and medieval fortresses. It’s a shame because coming up with Minecraft garden ideas is very underrated. Not only do they look great as a solo attraction, but they can also complement your main attractionRead More →

A new study by environmentalists at University of Massachusetts Amherst revealed that 1,330 garden centers and online retailers still sell invasive species as garden plants. Of the hundreds of invasive plants the team found available for sale, 20 species are illegal to grow or sell nationwide. “Once we recognize thatRead More →

Shaun Francis, an extension horticultural specialist for the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, cites a senior center in Eudora as an example of the impact of the university’s outreach efforts in horticultural extension. As part of a sustainable food systems project, UAPB extension staff helped set up a gardenRead More →

Canna flowers As summer arrives and everyone wants to get rid of that scorching summer heat. Let’s discuss some heat absorbing plants that are useful during this time. Instead of giving up gardening during these heat-charged months, try planting these garden plants that absorb heat better than others. Heat-absorbing plants:Read More →

Hardy’s Cottage Garden Plants: Rosy Hardy and Adam Frost Speak Out at Chelsea Candide Virtual Launch | Horticultural week Information links HortWeek Rosy Hardy Log in to continue Take a 30-day trial Join Horticultural Week now and pay nothing for your first 30 days. Register now SubscribeOf £ 315/Pennsylvania FullRead More →

THE WOODLANDS, Texas (KTRK) – A group of friends planted the seed over ten years ago. A passionate project rooted in donation has taken root. And he became Vegetarian village. “Veggie Village is a community garden where we grow organic produce for Interfaith’s pantry,” said Jenni Fisher, Veggie Village coordinator.Read More →

HCPLC organizes “Big Hands, Little Hands: Ladybug Garden Pot” take-out arts and crafts projects that families can make together. (Photo courtesy of the Hillsborough County Public Library Co-op official website.) By Faith Miller For the month of May, the Hillsborough County Public Library Co-operative (HCPLC) continues its series of onlineRead More →

Since ancient times, the Japanese have had a tradition of creating gardens that capture the natural landscape. They combine the basic elements of plants, water and rocks with simple, clean lines to create a spiritual haven, which in times of war and conflict was the only place they found peace.Read More →

Do-it-yourself garden projects and crafts: 60 planters, birdhouses, lotion bars, garlands and more! »By Debbie Wolfe, Skyhorse, 2019, 240 pages Venture outside and create a project to brighten up your garden or backyard! Debbie Wolfe’s “DIY Garden Project and Crafts” is all you need for a fun afternoon. Many activitiesRead More →

Whether you’re desperately trying to keep your plants alive, wanting to try your hand at creating a salad garden, or you’ve never grown anything before, living small can hamper your green dreams. Few things are more satisfying than growing your own food, but it can be difficult to accomplish whenRead More →

A garden full of activities – earthworms in the ground, flying creatures visiting flowers that attract bees – is a healthy garden. Just like with bees, if you want to attract butterflies, there are certain flowers that are sure to have them fluttering around your flower beds. This list ofRead More →