Gardening in Iceland cubit
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|Some facts about Iceland
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|Welcome to the Gardening in Iceland Cubit
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The search for the right plant|
By Rannveig on June 24, 2011
There are few things more exciting than planning a new garden or redesigning an old one that‘s in need of a facelift. There are quite a few things to bear in mind when starting out on such a project. First to define how the garden will best serve it‘s owners, plan patios, walkways and other hardscapes. Then it‘s time for the fun part – to pick the plants.
Herbs and vegetables in containers|
By Rannveig on June 10, 2011
Not everyone has the space for a big vegetable garden that can provide their family with veggies well into winter. But that doesn’t necessarily mean that it’s not possible to enjoy the taste of homegrown vegetables even if it’s just a small quantity. Many vegetables can be grown successfully in pots and other containers on balconies and patios.
Forsythias and other spring flowering gems|
By Rannveig on June 3, 2011
I’ve dreamt of growing a Forsythia shrub in my garden for a long time. These wonderful yellow bushes that are an unmistakable sign of spring in Europe and the US. I thought it was a hopeless dream, that it would be impossible for this shrub to grow, let alone flower here, but when I stumbled upon plants for sale at a plant nursery two years ago I knew I just HAD to give it a try.