Today we are bringing you this month’s top posts from the top gardening blogs on the internet. Whether you’re looking for British gardens to check out, how to propagate herbs, or want to learn how to create concrete pots, this round up has it all!
Lesley and John Jenkins bought the Wollerton Old Hall 30 years ago. Today, it’s one of the gardens you must visit should you get the opportunity.
Arts and craft style landscape dominate the series of garden rooms. The garden showcases attention-grabbing hedging and paving, drawing your eye through the garden.
Herbs – they enhance the aesthetics of vacant spaces in your garden; add flavor to your food; and are very easy to grow. No wonder many new gardeners start by planting herbs.
Your garden may have firmly planted herbs already, but this post from Garden Therapy will show you how to propagate and expand the herbs in your garden.
The RHS Malvern Spring Festival has developed a reputation of being one of the best garden shows every year. The Blackberry Garden blog posted their report and finds on the festival: from show gardens that are always pleasant to look at, amazing combinations of decorative plants, to unusual garden elements and more.
Concrete planters are not only sturdy – they also allow you to grow different plants even if you have limited space. Not to mention keeping a plant in a concrete pot helps its mobility.
If you want to learn how to create your own concrete planters, read this easy-to-read guide from Stephanie of Garden Therapy.
Are you looking to close a few gaps in your garden plot? Look no further. The broccoli raab is quick to grow and tasty at the dining table.
You’ll also love the fact that cooking this crop is easy and consuming it is good for the health like the real broccoli.
Read this post and learn how to grow this crop.