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Buying annual plants (and other stuff) on eBay -- is it a good idea?
That's all changed now—you get a combined feedback score with no details, and the lag between when you order and when the orders start arriving (and people start leaving feedback) means that the negatives don't come in until it's too late.
California
El Segundo
Is it my Fault or is it the Plant? A Guide to Perennial Longevity
With all those variables I just mentioned--along with genetic variability--it's not possible to give a precise longevity forecast for, but we can at least group them as either long-lived or short-lived.
California
El Segundo
4 Places to Buy Backyard Chickens
While accidents can happen, USPS does its best to handle live animals with great care. But, this saves you from investing in a brooder and other supplies you'd need to raise chicks yourself.
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
Places to Buy a Single Red Rose
You can find your closest florist by looking in your yellow pages or performing an Internet search. Like when you purchase a rose at a floral store, online florists generally provide fresh flowers and give you options about how you want the flower packaged.
California
Santa Monica
Butter Daisy, a Low Maintenance Annual
They are truly low-maintenance, high performing plants.The butter daisy is known by such common names as butter daisy, star daisy, gold medallion flower, and I'm sure there are others.
California
El Segundo
Growing Biennial Vegetables for Flowers and Seeds
Among native bees and wasps, onion flowers are equally popular. The challenge for many gardeners is finding a place with consistently cool temperatures, between 32° and 45°F (0°-7°C).
England
Liverpool
Win the War on Weeds!
Plants Related to this Article Mustard Grow Guide Potatoes (Maincrop) Grow Guide Potatoes (Early) Grow Guide < All Guides Fast-growers like mustards may be sown as late as autumn to cover over the soil surface in a matter of weeks.
England
Liverpool
Free Mulch! How to Make It and Where to Get More
Your plants will thank you! < All Guides Vary the kind of mulch you use depending on the time of year and what's available in the garden Free and Easy Leaves and Leafmold The aforementioned tree surgeons, landscapers and gardeners may also be willing...
England
Liverpool
How to Create a Vegetable Garden on a Slope
Natural stone is often free if you live in a mountainous area, and as long as you stack a low wall so that it tilts slightly backward, into the slope, it should need only minor restacking at the beginning of each season.
England
Liverpool
5 Tips for Late Summer Planting Beds
Most of the seeds succumb to winter, but there is always an assortment of volunteer seedlings that appear around my deadhead pile when the weather warms in spring. Worth going for, don't you think?
England
Liverpool
How to Ripen Fruit Faster
Plants Related to this Article Nectarine (Dwarf) Grow Guide Nectarine (Large) Grow Guide Pepper Grow Guide Bugs, Beneficial Insects and Plant Diseases Squash Bug Guide Squash Vine Borer Guide Pea Moth Guide < All Guides
England
Liverpool
Keep Plum Trees Healthy and Productive With Summer Pruning
These branches begin to droop when they're heavy with fruit, and are liable to break. In summer small holes appear in the leaves. Make sure your tools are sharp and sturdy enough for the job; hand pruners can be used for very small twigs, but anything...
England
Liverpool
How to Dry Chili Peppers
They shouldn't take longer than two to three weeks to dry, after which time they can be finished off in an oven set to a low heat for an hour. A spiral ristra not only looks prettier, it improves airflow around the fruits, which will help them to dry...
England
Liverpool
Help Your Garden Survive a Summer Drought
Shade cloth can cast just enough shade to keep your plants happy in severe heat – and it's easily removed when the weather turns cooler. Mulching can keep soil cooler and reduce evaporation How to Apply a Mulch Thoroughly soak the ground before adding...
England
Liverpool
Grow Potatoes for a Christmas Crop
Just imagine serving up your own tender new potatoes with the festive meal – what a treat! Second Crop Potatoes Potatoes planted in summer are called second-crop potatoes. Set the seeds onto a layer of compost or potting soil about 10cm (4in) deep,...
England
Liverpool
Growing Fruit: Why Thinning Creates a Better Harvest
Some fruits, particularly plums, can become exceptionally heavy if they aren't thinned, leading branches to strain then snap under the weight. Selectively removing young fruits is called thinning.
England
Liverpool
5 Organic Controls for Greenhouse Whitefly
The trouble with homemade sprays is that their effectiveness varies dramatically, and they aren't always as harmless as they seem, potentially knocking back whitefly predators too.
England
Liverpool
6 Ways to Extend Your Harvests
Leave those zucchinis to swell into marrows and you'll inadvertently slow the initiation of new flowers and fruits. Consider cutting back overhanging foliage and act promptly to remove spent crops so that those remaining enjoy plenty of sunshine and good...
England
Liverpool
Fight Pests Without Using Bug Spray
When it comes to dealing with pests, a two-pronged organic approach is the most effective in the long term: protection and making the garden less appealing to pests. Hold your nerve, and if your predatory platoon of frogs, hoverflies, ladybugs and so...
England
Liverpool
Growing Cabbages from Sowing to Harvest
Spring cabbages may be harvested young and loose as greens for repeated cutting, or left to grow on to form a tight head of leaves. After they've germinated, thin to leave just one seedling per cell.
England
Liverpool
Make the Most of Your Summer Garden
Climbers, particularly scented climbers like jasmine, honeysuckle or rambling roses are also perfect for this purpose and may be trained up an arch positioned over the seating to offer both scent and dappled shade.
England
Liverpool
Try Asian Radishes this Fall
There is some truth here, in that a review of studies from around the world concluded that compounds in daikon radishes may help prevent diabetes, cancer and disorders of the digestive system.
England
Liverpool
3 Ways to Use Up Your Glut
For example, peas and zucchini sliced into 1cm (0.5in)-thick rounds need just one minute. It would be great to hear about your experiences, so please share your favorite recipes by leaving a comment below.
England
Liverpool
Growing Rutabagas for a Bumper Fall Harvest
Too much nitrogen can lead to poor bulb formation, so it is best to use only half as much as the product's label suggests when preparing the bed, with the other half applied a few weeks later, after the plants have been thinned and weeded.
England
Liverpool
Saving Seeds from Beans, Peppers, Onions...And More!
Saving these vegetable seeds isn't challenging and it's amazing how many seeds you can get from just a few plants. Before drying and storing tomato seeds, the pulp around them must first be removed.
England
Liverpool
Tips For How To Buy Rose Plants
Nice fragrance with these as well.If your budget can afford at least one or two of the rose bushes from companies like, I would still go that route. The other rose bushes may be ordered as what is calledWhich types of roses you choose to buy depends on...
Ohio
Willoughby
How to Buy a Lawn Aerator Best for Your Needs
Aerating an area 12 feet wide would require just three passes with a four-foot aerator as opposed to four passes with a three-foot aerator. If you take pride in your lawn and want to keep it as healthy and vibrant as possible , you might want to expand...
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
A Place to Relax
I want to discuss quite possibly my favorite type of beds. Let's make a "me" place to do just that. Now mind you this is only a suggestion the possibilities are endless. Plant your shrubs and tallest plants in the back row in order to ensure than these...
California
El Segundo
Nicking Plant Seeds: Why Should You Nick Seed Coats Before Planting
Scarified seeds shouldn't be stored because they can quickly lose the ability to germinate. Most plants in thefamilies also have impermeable seed coats and will germinate better after scarification.Seeds that have a low germination rate or that are scarce...
Ohio
Willoughby