Welcome! Each week I take a trip around the garden web to see what’s new and inspiring. Come see what I’ve unearthed this week.
You can find lots more delightful garden-inspired sites here: EXPLORE.
The photo (above) was taken at a local garden. There are herbs, some succulent ground covers, and other shade-preferring plants. I can dig it.
Here’s this week’s harvest from the web.
- It’s time to order seeds! See 30+ flowering seeds to sow in the fall garden to get a jump start on spring. This is on my blog at eBay where I collaborate as a blogger.
- Barb of Our Fairfield Home & Garden has a sweet, little repurpose for old horseshoes. And no, you don’t have to wear them.
- Jacqueline of Deep Roots at Home shows how to keep freshly-picked berries from going moldy.
- Gardenista shares a very cool bean trellis / tunnel of vines.
- Milkwood blog has an interesting post showing the planting of an edible, vertical garden including a list of plant choices.
- Beth of More Than Oregano helps us identify some common garden weeds.
- Bren of Creative Living and Growing with Bren shares some inspiring community gardens popping up in Detroit.
- City Farmer News shared this wonderful story (with video) about rooftop urban farms sprouting up in Hong Kong.
- Veronica of Through the Garden Gate has a lovely blog with lots of beautiful photos to savour.
- Pam of Digging shares lots of enjoyable garden tours including this one by Deborah Hornickle. The potted succulents won my heart.
And be sure to explore the posts about the recent Garden Bloggers’ Fling in Toronto. The Cabbagetown and Toronto Island ones are my faves (my old stompin’ grounds).
- Stacy of Not Just a Housewife created a white-themed secret garden in her backyard.
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I hope you found some new ideas and inspiration. If you’ve got a site to suggest, Her Majesty welcomes your message in the comments below.