Good mrning everyone,
Dry, but very windy here at the moment, and more rain expected later today.
Here is today's harvest from the web.
MDR Garten went to the Czech Republic, where they visited some historic gardens and a palm house.
And Jardins et Loisirs visited the Institute Technique Horticole in Gembloux and the Jardin du Beau Pays. They also visited a care home and featured plant is the Cardiocrinum giganteum.
Have a great day!
Thanks kleipieper, hoping that you have a lovely day too.
Good morning everyone,
Thanks for your nice comment, flowers in the rain!
Weather still wild and wet here, brrr.
And not much gardening on the web either.
Making it Grow has the following...
Special guest Aaron von Frank from Grow Journey talks about growing organic food using practices of permaculture and agroecology. The feature segment is a trip to Duplin Winery in North Myrtle Beach where they showcase a large variety of wine grown produced from Carolina muscadines.
German HR Service has a programme about tulips and about pruning.
And Kaffee oder Tee has a clip about a German florist who sells flowers to the Swedish Royals.
They also have a clip about flower arranging with Gerberas.
A bit late today, because I'm rather busy with all sorts of things this week.
And not much gardening on the web.
The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener has a clip about onions.
Joey Shows and talk about the important of getting the right onions to plant in your area. short day mid day and long day onions. Joey also plants leeks and the shows how easy it is.
And Kaffee oder Tee tested how well older vegetable seeds germinate.
Have a lovely day!
Quite a few nice programmes on the web today, although not all of them are new.
The Backyard Farmer has the following...
This time we look at constructing and installing raised beds, peppers and dry edible beans.
The Central Texas Gardener has the following...
Want gorgeous gardens that conserve water? Author Pam Penick shows how in her latest book, The Water-Saving Garden. On tour, Austin Neal’s first Austin garden taught him water-wise notions in his front yard courtyard. Daphne picks drought-defiant sotol as Plant of the Week and Trisha flavors up our recipes with water thrifty herbs. with water
I also found a pogramme called Gardens Matter. It's an older one from autumn 2009, but has just been uploaded onto YouTube. It's from Medfield, Massachusetts.
German broadcaster ARD has a programme about ants.
Kaffee oder Tee has a clip about herbs which are not hardy.
And 3SAT is repeating two oldies about Vienna. First one about woodlands in and around Vienna.
And one about wildlife in derelict spaces in Vienna.
Good morning Verdun,
I hope you managed to find something really interesting in yesterday's lot.
And who knows what I'll find today...
Still grey and wet here, ugh.
Let's hope spring is around the corner...
Here is what I found on the web today. Not as much as yesterday though.
The American programme Delmarva Gardens has a programme about houseplants like orchids an African Violets.
Austrian TV channel Servus TV has another one of those programmes about strange links. This one is about potatoes, space exploration, dogs, forests and diets.
And Kaffee oder Tee has a clip about winter flowering shrubs.
A few dry moments before we get another deluge, and strong winds, brrr.
Loads of programmes on the web today!
The Prairie Yard and Garden has the following...
Love plants and love to garden but have no room. No problem! Suzette Nordstrom of Monrovia comes to the rescue with Host, Mary Holm to talk about tropicals. Find out what tropical plants are, how they can be used in small areas or large gardens, deck or patio containers, or even by a pond to brighten each space.
Making it Grow has this...
Amanda McNulty is joined on the panel to help answer gardening questions by fellow agents Jackie Jordan and Ryan Bean who talk about how the flood is impacting the forest industry. Also joining the panel is Andy Cabe from Riverbanks Zoo & Garden. Dr. John Nelson from the A.C. Moore Herbarium will also Skype into the show with his weekly "Mystery Plant."
The Mid American Gardener has this...
They cover topics ranging from raspberry worms to impatiens dying to tomatoes growing in pots.
Grünzeug looks at the best spring flowers, and has a go at pruning roses and mulberries.
Silence, ça pousse looks at nest boxes, visits the beautiful 18th century jardin d'Attres in Belgium, and they help someone with a garden problem.
And Decouvertes Jardins has been looking at gardens in winter, pruning fruit trees, natural gardening, and tomatoes and aubergines.They also look at indoor ferns.
Have a lovely Saturday!
I think the rain has just stopped. Really bad weather expected here tomorrow.
Only one garden programme today.
It's from 3SAT and it's about secret gardens in Venice. I think I've seen it before, but still nice.
Have a good Sunday, whatever the weather!