Gardeners Tips

Website: http://gardenerstips.co.uk/blog/

Information and Wisdom for Gardeners with Tips and Pictures. There are now around 950 pages of tips and hints on plants and gardening. All the information is based on the author’s experience, teaching gardening and particularly growing the plants in an urban garden in the North of England. Additional material includes photographs and posts from the author’s son based in Oxford where he spent sometime working in college gardens.

Posts by Gardeners Tips:

A Guide to Growing Danesblood

Danesblood (Campanula glomerata) is also known as clustered bellflower.  It is native to Europe and Great Britain.  Danesblood is an Read more..

Tips for Growing Rose Daphne

Rose Daphne (Daphne cneorum) is also called Garland Flower.  It is from Central to Southern Europe.  Rose Daphne is an evergreen shrub Read more..

Starting Horehound from Seed

Horehound is a lovely herb that is hardy down to USDA Plant Hardiness Zone 4. This plant does have the “square” stem of the mint Read more..

Propagating Boneset by Seed

Boneset is a biennial in USDA Plant Hardiness Zones 4 through 8. It grows from two to four feet in height. During the summer, this plant Read more..

Tips for Growing Bloodwort

The term “bloodwort” is used as a collective name for any plant that bleeds red when the root or leaves are cut. The particular Read more..

How to Grow Dandelions

Ok, I do have a story. When I go shopping for food, I typically will not purchase anything that I can grow. Well, the other day, I was in Read more..

How to Grow the Caper Bush

The caper bush (Capparis spinosa) is best known for the flower buds that are picked and used in cooking.  The berries the plant produces Read more..

How to Grow the Caper Bush

The caper bush (Capparis spinosa) is best known for the flower buds that are picked and used in cooking.  The berries the plant produces Read more..

Tips for Growing Sweet Alyssum

Sweet alyssum (Lobularia maritime or Alyssum maritimum) is a woody stemmed perennial that spreads and forms mats, making it a good ground Read more..

Guide to Growing Yellow Corydalis

Corydalis (Corydalis lutea) is native to all of Europe, including Britain.  It is a branched, spreading, hairless perennial, twelve to Read more..
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