Here are this month’s standout posts from the web’s gardening blogs. As always there have been some great posts and we have listed our favourites below:
The most beautiful vegetable, herb, and flower gardens all started from a seed – cared for and nurtured. This ultimate guide by Stephanie teaches you everything you need to know about starting seeds and helps you progress from there with tips from seasoned gardeners.
Air plants like Tillandsias are some of the best indoor plants one can have. But while their blooms are like no other, air plants often turn dry and crunchy if you don’t care for them correctly. Tending to air plants isn’t really complicated, you just have to know what to do and this post from GardenTherapy.ca takes care of that.
UK gardeners don’t have to deal with snow as much as Evelyn Hadden from Garden Rant. But while that may be a good thing overall, you’ll love the winter interests showcased in this post.
Snowdrops may look like nothing more than small, white flowers. They’re pretty for sure, but that’s it…or is it? Read this post by Helen Johnstone where she showcases the blankets of lovely snowdrops she encountered during her tour at the Colesbourne Gardens.
The RHS Flower Show is an event countless gardeners look forward to each year. This year’s show gardens will showcase works by garden designers Jo Thompson, Dan Pearson, Matt Keightley, and many others. So, to not spoil the fun, this post features only the hand-drawn images of the gardens.