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  • Yan Skates

    Stumpery - Biddulph Grange Garden - Biddulph . Unfortunately none of the images do this garden any justice. The transitions from garden room to garden room through Egyptian temple to Stumpery. From rocky Cavern to Chinese Temple...just magical and surprising and clever and seemingly effortless

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Stumpery - Biddulph Grange Garden - Biddulph {april 2011} by westher, via Flickr

a stumpery (similar to a rockery only using parts of dead trees to make garden features) under construction

Close view of part of The Stumpery an unusual feature of Victorian gardening where tree roots and stumps were carefully excavated and set up...

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Beautiful combination of shrubs, trees & flowers

Nearsighted treely green ;)

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How to Grow Ginger - Studies say ginger’s peak flavor arrives at 265 days, And if you start the ginger inside in late winter, that one root can produce four times that amount by fall! (Which I AM!) But you’ll only get this long growing season by starting your ginger indoors as a houseplant early in the year and then transplanting it in your garden in late spring, once the weather’s warmed.

Tree stump planter when planted...

  • Grace Puscizna

    yes too many Ideas could put in front under the tree with the bistro set

Soaking seeds before planting is an ?old time? gardener?s trick that many new gardeners are not aware of. When you soak seeds before planting, you can significantly decrease the amount of time it takes for a seed to germinate. Let?s look at the reasons for soaking seeds and how to soak seeds.? By Heather Rhoades | Gardening Know How

Great way to plant bamboo. Bamboo tends to be intrusive and hard to remove once it takes hold. It spreads fast if not contained.

  • melissa sharp

    my neighbor planted it has takenover our neighbor hood wish they had never heard of this stuff

  • Gena Folsom

    Lol I know how the last commenter feels! I love on a river & bamboo is everywhere! Starting to harvest it and cure it though, and digging it up to put in containers is a plan too!

  • Gena Folsom

    Autocorrect helped me again, that was supposed to be live not love! Although we do love living on the river! Lol

  • Bonita Radtke

    Yeah, my son lives on a river and loves it, too. His three-year-old helped him harvest from the crayfish trap last weekend, and told him "ooo, those look yummy". And they were! It's in the Wyoming desert, though, so sagebrush but no bamboo.

  • Steven

    Plant clumping bamboo and it is easily controlled, running bamboo is also controllable. You must tend your bamboo more so than a tree or bush is all. If you can take care of roses bamboo just requires a bit more root labor is a bit more strenuous but not terribly so.

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A tree and shrub guide / infographic: evergreens, deciduous and tropicals. Such a cool tool! Created by a member of RevitCity.