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Millions of us want a beautiful garden but we aren’t prepared to get …

MILLIONS of us love the idea of having a beautiful garden – but don’t want to get our hands dirty, a study has revealed.

The survey of 2,000 adults also revealed that half of all Brits said daily life would be improved with easier access to green spaces.

Julia Bradbury says its important to switch off from daily pressures by getting outside

Julia Bradbury says it”s important to switch off from daily pressures by getting outside

While many who took part do all they can to avoid having to don a pair of gardening gloves and get stuck into a bit of weeding, others expressed a desire to become green-fingered, but said they simply didn’t have the time.

A lack of confidence caused by a dearth of knowledge, and even the fact their parents didn’t pass down any gardening tips are also holding back wannabe gardeners, according to the study.

Researchers also found 70 per cent of the nation have tried gardening – only to become disheartened when it ends in failure.

Organic fruit tea drinks Honest brand ambassador Julia Bradbury, which commissioned the research, said: “Interestingly over half of all Brits feel their daily lives could be improved by spending more time outdoors, and one in three would love to be able to grow their own herbs, fruit and veg at home – but so many of us DON’T do either,  because we don’t want to get our hands dirty or feel we don’t have the time.

“It’s really important to make the time to switch off a bit from daily pressures, and getting outside in open green spaces can be a quick way to do that.

“There are lots of easy ways to help restore your balance; from spending more time in a park or community garden, or growing your own fruit or veg at home – even just in a window box. And getting your hands dirty is good sometimes!”



The study also found one in ten believe no outdoor space holds them back from gardening and one third said they did no gardening at all.

Honest is working with Groundworks Mobile City Garden to champion easier access to green space and community gardens.

Julia added: “I’m happy to be working with Honest and the team at Groundwork to help bring more green spaces and gardens to busy urban areas.”

Honest is kick-starting its partnership with Groundwork by supporting the Energy Garden initiative in London, a partnership led by Repowering London, Groundwork London and Transport for London.


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Article source: https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/3920099/millions-of-us-want-a-beautiful-garden-but-we-arent-prepared-to-get-our-hands-dirty-according-to-new-research/

GARDENING TIPS – FROM OUR EXPERT

Dear Gazette Gardeners,

We had the hottest recorded day in the UK last week so we can definitely say Summer has arrived! With two months left of hopefully glorious weather it is important to find the right way of using this time. Remember British weather is unpredictable however, but as the days do become warmer it is essential to remember to water your lawn, hedges, trees and plants. Remember to be water-wise, though. Regular hydration is needed for thirsty crops so we recommend you water in either the early morning or late evening. As well as keeping your garden hydrated, here are some further gardening tips and advice:

Pruning and Deadheading:

Pruning is like spring cleaning of your plants. It is important to prune your plants to keep them healthy. Deadheading ensures that the weak/dying plants do not take all the of the nutrients from the healthier plants that require it.

· When it comes to evergreen shrubs, shape if desired with hedge cutters or hand shears. If you want a more natural look use secateurs to trim out bits at different depths of the plant and this will give a more natural look whilst keeping it contained.

· Flowering shrubs should be pruned for shaping and size control after flowering.

· Remove any fading flowers. Removing several of the oldest stems can help to not only keep the plants healthy but control size and encourage them to bloom even more extensively next year.

Pest Control:

We aren’t the only species to enjoy the warm weather – keep an eye out for all the critters that want to ruin your hard work by feeding on your plants and leaves, leaving holes. Pests can also spread disease so if not tackled can kill off a lot of your flowers and vegetables.

Feed and Weed:

Feed and weed treatments are the perfect way to make your lawn as green and lush as possible. The treatment is a selective herbicide and the ‘weed’ part helps to remove the unwanted moss and broadleaved weeds from your lawn. The ‘feed’ provides your lawn with the nutrients it needs in order to look healthy and luscious. It usually gets done between now and October. At JHPS Gardens we conduct four treatments during this time, to ensure our clients lawn are the best they can be.

Fruit and Vegetables:

If you are fortunate enough to have a vegetable patch in your garden, you will notice all your fruits, veggies and salad are becoming very active. Ensure to protect your produce and pick regularly to encourage growth.

If you are interested in any garden maintenance, feed and weed treatments or general garden advice, please do not hesitate in giving the friendly office staff a call – we will be very happy to help!

 

Jason Harker

JASON IS A PROFESSIONAL GARDENER AND LANDSCAPER, AND OWNER OF JHPS-GARDENS LTD.

HE REGULARLY WRITES A PIECE FOR OUR WEBSITE, PLUS THE SENTINEL NEWSPAPER,

AND IS A GO TO EXPERT ON BBC RADIO STOKE’S GARDENING PROGRAMME.

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Article source: http://www.stonegazette.co.uk/2017/06/gardening-tips-expert/

Garden gurus share top tips for success on the Sunshine Coast

ROYALTY of the gardening world will descend on the Sunshine Coast for the Queensland Garden Expo.

Horticultural experts including Gardening Australia’s Costa Georgiadis, Sophie Thomson and Jerry Coleby-Williams as well as television presenter Michael McCoy are just some of the talented speakers taking to the stage between July 7-9.

Event manager Marion Beazley said she was thrilled to have such a diverse range of well-known gardening personalities joining what is the largest speaker program of any gardening event in the country.

“The Queensland Garden Expo has become known for delivering practical and inspiring information to attendees, and we’re confident this year will be no exception,” Ms Beazley said

Ms Beazley said following the launch of ABC’s hugely popular Dream Gardens program earlier this year, she was delighted to have host Mr McCoy on the speaker bill for the first time in the expo’s 33-year history.

“Michael is a garden designer, author, photographer and self-confessed ‘obsessive home gardener’,” she said.

The 2017 Queensland Garden Expo will feature more than 120 presentations and demonstrations across eight stages, with 55 nurseries expected to sell more than 40,000 plants a day.

The expo will be held from July 7-9 at the Nambour Showgrounds, Coronation Ave.

Article source: https://www.sunshinecoastdaily.com.au/news/garden-gurus-share-top-tips-for-success-on-the-sun/3195453/

Top tips for your Spanish garden

WITH A hot, dry climate you might have low expectations of what’s possible when it comes to creating colour in your garden. However, you might be surprised what can be achieved with a little advice.

In the height of the summer, looking out across the landscape of southern Spain you might find yourself wondering how anything can survive there. The ground becomes dry and hard and July and August may experience no rain at all.

The first important task is to suspend any vision you had that’s based on your garden ‘back home’. Chances are that the plants that flourished there are going to be distinct foreigners in your plot in Spain.

Neither should you visualise an oasis of lush green grass, just chase away your pre-conceptions and embrace the climatic conditions you find as these must dictate your choice, along with your own circumstances of course.

RESIDENT OR NON-RESIDENT?

Your first consideration when creating your garden in Spain is the amount of time you are intending to spend here.

It’s self-evident that over the summer only the hardiest of cacti, yucca or palm is likely to survive for long periods of time without water.

Succulent plants and cordylines are two more species that don’t need regular watering and can wait until your return to Spain.

They might not be the delicate, flowering plants you’re after but they will provide rich greenery to welcome you when you return.

THE CONDITIONS YOU PROVIDE

The next issue you must consider carefully is that of the plot itself. Do you have a patio that you will decorate with pot plants or have you land where you’re intending to plant?

In some cases Spanish gardens are a mixture of the two with the majority of space being tiled and perhaps just a small section of patio dug out to provide an area of earth as a base.

Gardens in Spain can look very different from what you’re used to back home. Lush grassed lawns are not a real option due to their need for frequent watering.

Instead you are better advised to landscape any land you have with tiling, fountains and seating areas. You will want to create areas of shade and light and excellent effects can be created with a relatively small number of plants to care for.

WATERING

If you do decide on pot plants you should water these two or three times a week in the summer and once or twice in the winter.

It might come as a surprise that you do not have to water them every day. Pot plants can easily become waterlogged and the roots will rot.

Overwatering is one of the biggest mistakes that people make as even during the hottest periods, your plants will not need watering every day.

During the spring and summer you should add some liquid fertiliser to the water once a week, then autumn and winter this should be reduced to every 15 days.

Article source: https://www.rtnnewspaper.com/2017/06/top-tips-for-your-spanish-garden/

Tips for taming the wildest gardens: Live chat Tuesday at 12:30 pm

Flower Listen Live

Click on this image at 12:30 p.m on Tuesday to listen live to Ontario Today’s live garden chat with Ed Lawrence.

Join our award-winning live chat with expert gardeners. Also, listen to the call-in show with Ontario Today‘s Ed Lawrence. Call in by dialling 1-888-817-8995 on Tuesday, July 4, 2017.

It’s just the most impressive collection of gardening expertise ever assembled. Your weeds don’t stand a chance.

How to join the chat

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Now, type in your question and hit COMMENT.

Ask your question. Hit comment.

Watch the conversation for your question and the answer from our experts.

Join Ontario Today‘s live call-in with Ed Lawrence or be a part of the live chat online. Upload your photos and videos. Share the stories of your best and worst gardening adventures. Post your questions on this page or tweet to @CBCHamilton or send an email to conrad.collaco@cbc.ca. In 2015, our team answered hundreds of questions from gardeners in need.


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Meet the gardeners

Our rotating group of online panelists includes Jon Peter, curator and manager of plant documentation at the Royal Botanical Gardens (RBG), Alex Henderson, curator of collections at the RBG, Hamilton and Toronto-area Master Gardeners Claudette Sims, Tena Van Andel, Tina Cesaroni, Donna Parker, Patty King and Liza Drozdov. 

Jon Peter

Jon Peter

Jon L. Peter has diplomas in horticulture from the University of Guelph and the Niagara Parks Commission School of Horticulture. Jon worked at some of the finest botanical institutions in North America, including the Arnold Arboretum, The Morton Arboretum the New York Botanical Garden. Jon is Curator Manager of Plant Documentation at the Royal Botanical Gardens.

Claudette Sims

Claudette Sims

Claudette Sims, a retired educator, has been a member of Halton Region Master Gardeners since 2005 and is the President of Master Gardeners of Ontario. She is passionate about gardening and loves to attract and observe wildlife in her garden. Over the years, she’s gained a better appreciation of the role and beauty of native plants in our gardens. 

Donna Parker

Donna Parker

Donna Parker, a retired educator with a background in Environmental Science, has been a Master Gardener since 2000.
She has worked with woody plants at Sheridan Nursery and had her own garden design and consultation business. She volunteers on the gardening hotlines at the Royal Botanical Gardens and for Halton Master Gardeners. Donna gardens in Ancaster and loves the challenge of designing and creating beauty among the wonderful old trees.  

Tena van Andel

Tena van Andel

Tena van Andel has volunteered with the Toronto Master Gardeners since 2003. Tena enjoys talking to anyone and everyone about anything horticultural. Although, if you ask her for favourites — orchids, large trees and the exotic bring a special gleam to her eye.

Tina Cesaroni

Tina Cesaroni

Tina Cesaroni studied horticulture and garden design while living in England. She is an active Toronto Master Gardener. and past Best Practices Coordinator. Always learning, she loves to share reliable resources that will help urban gardeners develop a eco-friendly garden space.

Alex Henderson

Alex Henderson

Alex Henderson has studied horticulture, curatorial practices for botanic gardens, plant sciences and museological studies in the United Kingdom, Sweden and the United States. He worked at Royal Botanic Garden’s Kew, in the UK before becoming Curator of Living collections at Royal Botanical Gardens. He is Chair of the Plant Collections Professional section for the American Public Gardens Association.

Patty King

Patty king

Patty King has been a Master Gardener since 2007. She faces the challenges of a large garden, and battles with invasive plants, weeds, and animals daily. Trees and native plants are held close to her heart. Patty still writes a blog on her garden and has another on the history of women and gardens.

Liza Drozdov

Liza Drozdov

Liza Drozdov is the founder and president of Hortus TV, the author of Design My Life, a comic expose of the Home Reno/Design TV industry, a former Executive Producer of Holmes Makes it Right and  a knowledgeable member of the Halton Master Gardeners group. You can follow her on Twitter too.

Did you know?

Master Gardeners in Ontario are experienced gardeners who have studied horticulture extensively and continue to upgrade their skills yearly through technical training. Master Gardeners start out as master gardeners in training until they complete the educational and volunteer component of the mandate. Master gardeners and master gardeners in training provide free garden advice to the public by participating in volunteer activities such as garden advice clinics, answering questions via email and now in online chats!

Need more help? Ask an expert

Article source: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/hamilton/tips-for-taming-the-wildest-gardens-live-chat-tuesday-at-12-30-p-m-1.4186250

CF Møller to Lead Design of Project Replacing Alison and Peter Smithson’s Robin Hood Gardens


C.F. Mller to Lead Design of Project Replacing Alison and Peter Smithsons Robin Hood Gardens, Courtesy of C.F. Mller Architects

Courtesy of C.F. Møller Architects

The Swan Housing Association has announced the appointment of Danish firm C.F. Møller to join Haworth Tompkins and Metropolitan Workshop in designing housing projects for the Blackwall Reach regeneration plan, a £300 million redevelopment effort which will replace Alison and Peter Smithson’s Brutalist east London estate, Robin Hood Gardens.

As leaders of Phase 3 of the plan, C.F. Møller will design housing for the eastern portion of the site. A total of 330 one- to five-bedroom residential units, half of which have been designated as affordable, will be located within a courtyard block complex at the edge of an existing garden mound – one of the few elements of the original estate that will be retained. The garden is planned to be replanted and renamed the “Millennium Green.” 


Courtesy of C.F. Mller Architects

Courtesy of C.F. Møller Architects

Selected from a shortlist of five practices, C. F. Møller was praised by Swan for their focus on “inside out design” that places priority of the building’s residents.

“We were very impressed by their “inside out approach” to design. C.F. Møller really focused on the people who will live in these new homes and the relationship of the homes to the public realm,” said  Swan’s Executive Director of Regeneration and Development, Geoff Pearce. “They were passionate about ensuring we deliver human scale street scenes and links into the landscape to offset the impact of the busy external environment, which is close to the Blackwall Tunnel.”

“As a regeneration team, we felt strongly the C. F. Møller team would bring a fresh and positive approach to the next phase of Blackwall Reach and we are delighted to be able to continue and further develop the positive working relationship which has proved so productive in relation to their work for us on our regeneration of Laindon Shopping Centre”.

 C.F. Møller will continue to develop the early schemes shown in renderings released with the news, working with development partners and the community to create an inclusive design.

“Our approach to this challenging project is to develop an architectural and placemaking response with the focus on designing the best possible new homes within a challenging location,” said Rolf Nielsen, Associate Partner at C.F. Møller.


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In total, the Blackwall Reach Regeneration Project will create 1,500 apartments and a variety of public spaces including community centers, shops, cafes and a mosque. Phase 1 of the project is already underway with 98 out of 242 homes, the mosque, a community center and an extension to an existing school already constructed. Phase 2 is expected to begin shortly, which will add 242 further homes in four residential buildings designed by Metropolitan Workshop and Haworth Tompkins.

Several notable architects, Richard Rogers, Zaha Hadid, Toyo Ito, Robert Venturi and Simon Smithson (a partner at RSHP and son of Alison and Peter Smithson), had earlier petitioned to save Robin Hood Gardens from demolition, but the building was denied historic listing in 2015.

News via C.F. Møller

AD Classics: Robin Hood Gardens / Alison and Peter Smithson

Built by Alison and Peter Smithson in London, United Kingdom with date 1972. Images by Flickr user : Amanda Vincent-Rous. Robin Hood Gardens is a social housing complex in East London in the residential area of Poplar. It was designed by a…

Article source: http://www.archdaily.com/874779/cf-moller-to-lead-design-of-project-replacing-alison-and-peter-smithsons-robin-hood-gardens

Spoiler Alert: Tomorrowland ‘s ‘Garden of Madness’ Stage Design leaked !

tomorrowland garden of madness

Two months ago, Ushuaïa Ibiza has joined forces with Tomorrowland and Dimitri Vegas Like Mike to host an all-new Tuesday night residency from 4th July to 29th August. 

One of the world’s biggest festivals, Tomorrowland, together with the Belgian kings for Big Room bangers, Dimitri Vegas Like Mike, have introduced a brand new concept to entertain the clubbing masses in Ushuaïa Ibiza this summer in the form of ‘Garden of Madness’.

The venue will be transformed each week to provide a spellbinding experience to those lucky enough to attend, and we have a first look at the stage design of the takeover.

The stage design looks breathtaking and its like a scene straight out of Tomorrowland festival in Belgium, featuring a centerpiece of a large dragonfly with glowing eyes and beautiful wings.

Tomorrowland garden of madness
Tomorrowland’s Garden Of Madness at Ushuaia Ibiza

The duo will be taking over the decks at Ushuaïa every Tuesday night to bring fans two months of pure mystical mayhem. If you’re lucky enough to make it to Ibiza this summer, don’t miss out on Garden of Madness ! More info and tickets here.

Article source: http://www.ravejungle.com/2017/06/29/tomorrowland-garden-of-madness-stage/

July 14 tour: scenic views from artist’s gardens

Richly varied ornamental gardens with sweeping valley views are next in Belfast Garden Club’s Open Garden Days 2017. The public is invited to visit the Appleton Ridge property of Bart and Abbie Read from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, July 14.

The Reads’ 55-acre parcel contains open fields, shady woods, and masses of plantings established with an artist’s eye. Abbie Read’s charming studio anchors the property at the base of a long driveway.

The two-story artist’s studio is surrounded by beds she began planting more than two decades ago, when she still ran her garden design business, ARTgarden. Stone walkways wind through the hardy Zone 4 plantings that can weather ridge winds.

Mounds of hostas of every imaginable species fill out the beds that are rich with other perennials, featuring “the usual and the unusal,” Abbie Read said, including such shade plants as Astilboides tabularis and Lingularia japonica, or “Chinese Dragon.”

More beds line the driveway up at the house. A sunny kitchen garden in front is bordered by espaliered apple trees. It contains vegetable beds, a water feature, and still more ornamental plants in beds and in pots. Look for blooming day lilies of every hue on tour day.

The Reads’ home is situated across the valley from Appleton Creamery, which is owned and operated by Abbie’s sister, Caitlin Hunter. The manure her goats provide makes for rich compost in the Reads’ verdant gardens.

Abbie’s studio will also be open on tour day. It is crammed with items odd and old, plain and peculiar, that she uses in her three-dimensional wall pieces, constructions, and collages. Her work has been shown everywhere from the U.S. ambassador’s residence in Doha, Qatar, to the Portland Museum of Art, to the former Åarhus Gallery in downtown Belfast.

She has a bachelor’s degree in studio art and art history from Oberlin College, an MFA in mixed media from the School of Art at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, and a degree in landscape design. She and Bart moved to Appleton in 1998, where she relocated her landscape business and worked with clients until 2011, when she decided to dedicate her days exclusively to art. The studio retains the name ARTgarden, “where ideas germinate, develop and mature.”

The Reads invite Open Garden Days visitors to bring a picnic lunch and spend time taking in the view. There is an outhouse on the property.

To get there from Belfast, take Route 3 to Route 131 South through Searsmont. Pass through the village, bear right onto Appleton Ridge Road and take it the entire 7.3 miles to the Reads’ property at 64 Appleton Ridge Road. Most of the road is paved, but some parts are bumpy dirt (stunning views make up for the jouncing).

Or stay on Route 131 through Appleton village, past Appleton Village School to Route 105 West. Take a right on 105, then turn left on Appleton Ridge Road; number 64 is a short way up on the right.

For more information, visit BelfastGardenClub.org or call club member Marje Stickler at 338-5059.

 

 

 

 

Article source: https://waldo.villagesoup.com/p/july-14-tour-scenic-views-from-artist-s-gardens/1665494

MassDevelopment Awards $1M In Funding For Commonwealth Places Program

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MassDevelopment announced it has awarded $1 million in funding for the second year of the Commonwealth Places program during a ribbon cutting at “The Corner Spot,” a community gathering space and business incubator financed by Commonwealth Places.

Commonwealth Places, launched in June 2016, is a collaborative effort from MassDevelopment and Patronicity that leverages public support for placemaking projects through crowdfunding and a matching grant from MassDevelopment. In its first year, the program launched 20 projects ranging from an accessible dock in Athol to a honeybee meadow in Maynard. The $1 million in funding for the second year of the program is an increase over 2016, and will allow Commonwealth Places to continue supporting strategic projects in cities and towns across the state.

“MassDevelopment is excited to celebrate the success of the Commonwealth Places program and to announce a second year of funding for the initiative,” MassDevelopment President and CEO Marty Jones said in a statement. “We look forward to seeing how The Corner Spot, and all our Commonwealth Places projects past and future, will enhance the commonwealth’s economic development goals in the years to come.”

The Corner Spot project launched in October 2016 and funded the development of a 17,000-square-foot vacant lot in downtown Ashland into a large public space featuring seating, landscaping, public performance space and retail space where small businesses will open temporary pop-up store locations to test new business ideas and ventures. Through the Commonwealth Places program, the town of Ashland met its funding goal of $25,000 to win a matching grant of $25,000 from MassDevelopment.

“The Corner Spot will leverage the creative, innovative ideas of the Ashland community to boost economic activity downtown,” Sen. Karen E. Spilka said in a statement. “The Commonwealth Places program is a terrific example of grassroots, community-driven development, and I look forward to seeing the new business ideas, partnerships and connections that will blossom here.”

With its central location in downtown Ashland, The Corner Spot is intended to stimulate economic activity for existing businesses, allow new businesses to test ideas, showcase the surrounding area to future developers and create an outdoor space for residents to reconnect and enjoy their community.

“It is wonderful to see The Corner Spot come alive due to the support and encouragement from the residents in town,” Beth Reynolds, Ashland director of economic development and community outreach, said in a statement. “This project has already strengthened our community in ways I never imagined.”

Note: This article erroneously stated that The Corner Spot was the recipient of the $1M award. This has been corrected to reflect the fact that $1M was awarded to the Commonwealth Places program as a whole, which benefits localized initiatives like The Corner Spot.

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Article source: http://www.bankerandtradesman.com/2017/06/ashland-community-space-receives-1m-massdevelopment-funding/

Gardening with Allen: Choose right shrub for space

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