Liebe Besucher, ihr findet hier Links zu interessanten Gartenblogs, die ich auf der Suche nach neuen Ideen und Informationen gerne besuche:
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  • A Change of LandscapeA Change of Landscape
    I always imagined that if I were made redundant from my job there would be one hundred and one things I’d rather do than retailing. At school my careers advisor suggested that I should study to be a fashion designer or an architect. I paid some heed, studied to be… Read more »
  • Nichts los im Moos?Nichts los im Moos?
    Heißt der Frühling eigentlich so, weil er in letzter Zeit immer zu früh kommt? Jetzt kam er schon zum Jahreswechsel und hat Honigbienen, Fledermäuse, Marienkäfer und viele andere Tiere zu voreiligen Schlüssen bewogen. Das wird nicht immer ein gutes Ende nehmen und ist eigentlich kein Grund zur Freude, genauso wenig… Read more »
  • (Super Easy) DIY Indoor Greenhouse Ideas
    Around here at TGG, we would grow green things 365 days a year if we could. But Mother Nature didn’t consult with us, so we are constantly looking for ways... Read More The post (Super Easy) DIY Indoor Greenhouse Ideas appeared first on The Garden Glove. Read more »
  • Trending on Remodelista: Winter CozinessTrending on Remodelista: Winter Coziness
    Snow came for much of the country this week, a reminder that despite milder than average temperatures this season, it’s still winter. Fortunately, Remodelista editors have some ideas on how to get cozy. Plus: Remodeling 101: In Praise of Wall-Mounted Faucets Steal This Look: A Luxurious Bath in Shades of… Read more »
  • Jamie’s Jungle: At Home with Houseplants in LondonJamie’s Jungle: At Home with Houseplants in London
    Walking into Jamie Song’s plant-packed London home, I felt like a kid in a candy store: instantly surrounded by all my favorite and familiar treats, beautifully and elegantly displayed with an eye for detail and design, as well as a knack for making things grow. It felt familiar not because… Read more »
  • Rethinking Acacia: Summery Branches to Brighten a Winter TableRethinking Acacia: Summery Branches to Brighten a Winter Table
    Acacia, a shrub native to Australia and Africa, dots the Sintra forests here in Portugal, blooming in late winter and bringing hope of spring and warmer weather. As a cut flower, acacia branches bring a sweet fragrance and bright color inside a cool winter home. When I worked as a… Read more »
  • Required Reading: ‘Winter Gardens’ by Andrew Montgomery and Clare FosterRequired Reading: ‘Winter Gardens’ by Andrew Montgomery and Clare Foster
    A designer’s trick to assess the form of a landscape is to take a picture in black and white. In this monochrome image, the bones of a garden are thrown into sharp relief, reducing it to structure, texture, and tone. When the froth of summer disappears and the color has… Read more »
  • 7 Brrr-ific Outdoor Crafts with Ice Lanterns, Luminaries & More!
    During the winter, you may think there is not much to be done outside. But I love the outdoors the whole year, and I think there is always a way... Read More The post 7 Brrr-ific Outdoor Crafts with Ice Lanterns, Luminaries & More! appeared first on The Garden Glove. Read more »
  • Designer Visit: Piet Oudolf’s Otherworldly Garden at Hauser & Wirth SomersetDesigner Visit: Piet Oudolf’s Otherworldly Garden at Hauser & Wirth Somerset
    Somerset is one of those counties that keeps itself to itself. It’s a place that you make a point of going to; you don’t rush through (unless you’re on the M5). So the idea of a destination gallery with a jewel of a garden in Bruton, Somerset, does make sense. Hauser &… Read more »
  • 10 New Year’s Resolutions for the Gardener10 New Year’s Resolutions for the Gardener
    It’s that time of year again when we close the calendar and open a new one. This year let’s promise ourselves to think more positive, resourceful, and healthier thoughts. The idea is that if we set good intentions then goodness will (hopefully) follow. And of course this positivity can transfer… Read more »
  • Kaffee wie sauer BierKaffee wie sauer Bier
    Zimmerpflanzen sind ja gerade sehr in, es gibt Bücher über sie, wo sämtliche  Räume aussehen wie ein Dschungel, mit mehr oder weniger sparsam eingestreutem Mobiliar, das meistens auch schon von Pflanzen besetzt ist. Lediglich das Sofa bleibt frei. Und wo unfassbare Summen für seltene Monstera-Sorten gezahlt werden, die riesig werden,… Read more »
  • 5 Things Nobody Tells You About Mulch5 Things Nobody Tells You About Mulch
    Greatest Hits 2021: This week, we’ll be republishing the most popular posts of the year. Happy reading! Ok, let me get this ridiculous pun out of my head: Gardeners do it mulch better! Phew, we can now move on. However corny, though, that phrase does speak the truth. Mulch is… Read more »
  • The Garden Decoder: What Is ‘Hugelkultur’?The Garden Decoder: What Is ‘Hugelkultur’?
    Greatest Hits 2021: This week, we’ll be republishing the most popular posts of the year. Happy reading! Perhaps, like me, you grow herbs and vegetables in traditional garden beds made from lumber, nails, and bolts, and filled with organic soil and compost. There’s another way to build garden beds, though,… Read more »
  • 6 Favorites: Must-Have Flowering Shrubs6 Favorites: Must-Have Flowering Shrubs
    Greatest Hits 2021: This week, we’ll be republishing the most popular posts of the year. Happy reading! Shrubs may not have the instant glamour of a luscious new perennial or the eye-popping display of spring or summer bulbs, but they are the backbone of a garden, providing structure and volume.… Read more »
  • Monarch Butterflies Are Nearing Extinction: 5 Ways to HelpMonarch Butterflies Are Nearing Extinction: 5 Ways to Help
    Greatest Hits 2021: This week, we’ll be republishing the most popular posts of the year. Happy reading! Monarch butterflies have been in the news lately, and unfortunately it’s not because thousands of them have made their epic long-distance southern migration to their California coast and Mexico wintering spots. They’re making… Read more »
  • Garden Visit: Mindful Neglect in Lindsey Taylor’s Rambunctious Cinderblock GardenGarden Visit: Mindful Neglect in Lindsey Taylor’s Rambunctious Cinderblock Garden
    Greatest Hits 2021: This week, we’ll be republishing the most popular posts of the year. Happy reading! “You have to be a tough to be allowed in.” Lindsey Taylor is explaining how she decides which plants to grow in her cinderblock garden, which is located in an old mechanic’s lot… Read more »
  • Winterpflanzen auf dem Balkon: Diese Lenzrosen wirst du liebenWinterpflanzen auf dem Balkon: Diese Lenzrosen wirst du lieben
    Ja, es gibt sie, die Balkonpflanzen, die winterhart sind und gut mit Kältegraden klarkommen. Die auch für Balkon und Terrasse “Es wird durchgeblüht” ermöglichen und dich erfreuen, wann immer du einen Blick nach draußen wirfst. Ich zeige dir meine neuen Lenzrosen-Lieblinge und wie ich sie inszeniere. Ein schöner Balkon ist… Read more »
  • Es ist Weihnachten - was Blogger jetzt wissen müssenEs ist Weihnachten - was Blogger jetzt wissen müssen
    Man könnte meinen, das ganze Internet ist komplett sensationslüstern geworden, und einige Tageszeitungen gleich mit. Darüber hatte ich mich ja letztes Jahr schon beschwert. Aber auch zu Weihnachten ist nicht alles besinnlich - der Mauszeiger soll den reißerischen Überschriften in die Falle gehen - und wird nicht mehr nur von… Read more »
  • Holiday Wishes from GardenistaHoliday Wishes from Gardenista
    We wish you a happy holiday season and joyous new year. Here’s to more beauty, fresh air, and growth (of all kinds) in 2022. Read more »
  • Your First Garden: The Free Mulch You May Already Have on Your PropertyYour First Garden: The Free Mulch You May Already Have on Your Property
    Between my house and my neighbor’s stands a tall pine tree. I don’t particularly love evergreens, but I don’t mind this one as it stands conveniently in front of my second-floor master bath and affords some privacy. (I bet my neighbor is also grateful for its existence). My first spring… Read more »