Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
Plantaholic Nov 28
One of my best buys this year - Caryopteris Divaricata, so pretty with it's blue light flowers
Reply Retweet Like
Modern Perennialist Dec 11
Zone 4 gardeners: Does anyone have any perennial veg recommendations for a ??? So far I have rhubarb, asparagus, and jerusalem artichoke, but would love to add more!
Reply Retweet Like
CED Stone Group Nov 7
Barry at our West Thurrock Depot supports Why? At CED Stone we get face to face with landscapers, designers, and horticulturists, they are customers and friends and sometimes, they need a bit of help, and that's what perennial do.
Reply Retweet Like
my tropical paradise 🏝 Dec 20
Got another veggie seed to add for 2020 white star this broccoli looks amazing will be sowing this under my lights in new year love T 💚
Reply Retweet Like
Bitchin Retro Dec 27
Wouldn't this be presented with packets and tools, or used to embellish a attached to a ready for ? You would be of for to come every that reappeared in their . :)
Reply Retweet Like
CED Stone Group Nov 12
Do you know that are the UK’s only charity dedicated to helping people who work in horticulture when times get tough. at our Wirral Depot does and he's spreading the word.
Reply Retweet Like
Ángeles M. Pomata Dec 9
Reply Retweet Like
Modern Perennialist Dec 18
Found this article about a bed with asparagus and strawberries. Anyone tried interplanting these before? What was your experience??
Reply Retweet Like
Jeffrey Scott ❄ Nov 29
🌾 Last day for bulb planting! I think I did 300 + bulbs - a little expensive, but it will be worth it watching them come up every spring!...
Reply Retweet Like
Melvyn Prior Dec 11
Meet one of the “gardening stars” and win a copy of the charity calendar 9.30-1.00
Reply Retweet Like
JAJones Cash & Carry Nov 7
, for a great plant try this variegated - Characias swan, an shrubby
Reply Retweet Like
John van Uffelen 3h
First akelei moved from outside into the greenhouse to make it flower earlier
Reply Retweet Like
Burpee Gardening Jan 8
You can start and slow growing annual seeds indoors for blooms from spring to fall!
Reply Retweet Like
Fred Michel Jan 1
Reply Retweet Like
Toni Dec 27
First of what will be many seed catalogues came today. Love sitting by the fire planning what I will grow next year.
Reply Retweet Like
Jeffrey Scott ❄ Nov 15
🌾 As long as you can get them into the ground it's time to plant! Off to Home Depot I go!
Reply Retweet Like
Prudenterra Dec 27
Got the winter blues? Try Bluejoint Grass (Calamagrostis canadensis)! We use this for stabilization and restoration. This cool season prefers saturated and has elaborate rhizome connections that help keep soils in place.
Reply Retweet Like
Ricky Roy Jan 7
Global Market 2019: , Perennial Allergic Rhinitis Drug Market report presents a basic overview
Reply Retweet Like
LUCSUS_LU Nov 14
We're happy to share this lecture by Lennart Olsson which provides an opportunity to learn about the most radical rethinking of since the Neolithic Revolution.
Reply Retweet Like
Perennial Recording Network Jan 14
PRN001 Stampatron 'Sublimate' Released Spring Equinox 2020
Reply Retweet Like