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  • Klara Rydebrink

    Gardenizer of the Month is Klara Rydebrink

    Our Gardenizer of the Month is Klara Rydebrink, who is a 24-year-old mechanical engineering student. Klara lives in Lindköping, Sweden and her biggest hobby is to take care of her indoor garden and plants in her apartment. Klara’s gardening passion started when she moved away to study at the University and she used to kill all her plants. She was about to buy plastic plants just to have something green in her apartment. But during summer of 2020, she bought two Coleus and fell in love.

  • Poking Around My Winter Garden

    Blog by our new guest blogger Barry Goodinson, who is an amateur gardener who tends to his Zone 7 garden in southern Delaware on the Atlantic coast of the United States. The winter months provide a great opportunity to get close to certain plants and to plot out your plans for the spring.

  • Shade Loving Perennials

    Caroline Bowman has been hooked on gardening ever since she grew some thyme from seed and planted it in a window box when she lived in a flat in London. Fifty years later she is still hooked on gardening, but now she lives in Lincolnshire in England where they have quite a big suburban garden as well as an allotment, where they grow fruit and vegetables. Caroline loves flowering plants, in particular herbaceous perennials and she likes finding out about the more unusual varieties that will do well in the English climate and soil.

  • To do in the garden in January

    Welcome to a new garden year! When the chaos of the Holiday Season has subsided, it’s time to start thinking about and planning for the next garden season. Take advantage of the cosy evenings by planning what is to be planted and where to plant it. Remember to use the “Areas” feature in the Gardenzie App to organize as it is easy to get excited and purchase more seeds than you have room to plant! Here are our tips for what to plan for in your garden in January.

  • Upside-down gardening: how we grow things at the bottom of the world

    We have Gardenizers all around the world and we are happy to share experiences and learnings from our new friend Pamela Singleton, who lives in Alexandra, New Zealand.

  • December

    To do in the garden in December

    With Christmas and New Year’s Eve just around the corner, our days are getting busier and busier as we prepare for this special time of year. Take a break from the hustle and bustle by taking a few minutes to do some December garden maintenance . As the days get colder and shorter, our garden’s are the last thing we think of but there are still tasks that need to be completed.

  • Att göra trädgården i oktober

    Make use of your autumn leaves!

    As the leaves fall, it is important to remember that nature has the uncanny knack of taking care of itself, the falling leaves are a perfect example for the cycles of growth and how to reinvigorate our gardens soil with the plentiful nutrients the fallen leaves bring. With that in mind, here are some helpful tips to putting those leaves to work in your garden.

  • Welcome Patrycja to Gardenize!

    Patrycja Ekner Bohlin has joined Gardenize to fill our opening position as Marketing and Communications Manager, and her fist day was on September 14th.