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  • Gardening in March

    What to do in the Garden in March – UK and Ireland

    March is the time when we want to start thinking about sowing seeds, getting the ground prepared for growing crops and flowers. Bulbs in the garden, such as daffodils and crocuses are really coming into their own now.

  • Indoor plants

    Make Sure Your Indoor Plants Get Enough Natural Light

    Taking care of plants brings you joy, but indoor gardens have unique challenges. Learn how to make sure your indoor plants get enough natural light so they thrive all year long.

  • Winter garden

    Garden To Do February, USA

    Garden To-Do February in Zone 7 USA, study trends in catalogues, steal ideas, order seeds, winter prune and plan ahead. Study the light to find shade.

  • Snowdrops

    February Filldyke

    February can be quite a busy month. Of course, certain tasks can be carried out only if the weather permits. And, if it doesn’t, you can always sit back with a cup of coffee, read the seed catalogues, and plan what you’re going to grow later in the year!

  • Lavender

    Upside-down gardening: what to do in the garden in February

    Gardening tips and advice for February in New Zealand. Get up early while it is still nice and cool and prioritise watering. Irrigations systems are a good help, and wear a hat to protect yourself from the sun.

  • coffe ground in your garden

    7 Ways to Use Coffee Grounds in your Garden

    Eating homegrown vegetables is a rewarding experience. Maybe you want your next garden to grow bigger and better veggies with a little extra help. This guide will show you how to use coffee grounds in gardening so you harvest the best vegetables in the neighborhood.

  • Poking Around the Winter Garden

    Barry Goodinson, an amateur gardener who tends to his Zone 7 garden in southern Delaware on the Atlantic coast of the US. 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.