A Gardening Carnival-December 24, 2008

Welcome to the December 24, 2008 edition of a gardening carnival.

flowers

makingthishome presents Shopping for Locally Grown Poinsettias posted at Making This Home, saying, “Thank you for hosting. Hope you enjoy our greenhouse discovery.”

gardening

Susan Morris presents Bonsai – An Exercise In Patience posted at Bonsai Tree, saying, “Some tips for people caring for their plant.”

Giorgina Devereaux presents Garden Party Decorations posted at Home Decor Blog.

Sarah presents How to Properly Mow Your Lawn | Winter Lawn Care – Lawn Care Tips posted at Lawn Care Tips, saying, “Many people mow their lawn too short and effectively kill it in the process.”

Susan Morris presents A Quick Introduction To The World Of Grow Lights posted at Bonsai Tree, saying, “An intro to hydroponics for our bonsai trees”

M.D. Creekmore presents Tire Garden posted at Survivalist Blog.

organic gardening

Julian Pollock presents Compost to Reduce Trash Bill and Turn Garbage into Garden Soil | Organic Family Circle posted at Organic Family Circle, saying, “Here’s an other view on organic recycling and composting to share and perhaps inspire new methods and techniques.”

Tomato Lady presents Fall Garden Tour posted at Little House in the Suburbs.

vegetables

Hortois presents Grow Early Potatoes posted at The Compost Heap.

Nora Dunn presents Gardening Down Under posted at The Professional Hobo, saying, “learning to Garden in another country always presents some challenges and opportunities. Here is a personal and humorous recount of my own (foreign) veggie garden.”

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of a gardening carnival using our carnival submission form.

The next issue will be hosted at my new gardening blog, My Gardening Patch, on January 28, 2009.

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Comments

  1. Love the look and feel of the new blog. Very nice. Looking forward to following you there…keep up the good work.

  2. i love gardening too. awesome. thanks for the post.

  3. huge variety. wish i could be there. love gardening. thanks for the post.

  4. Thanks for the great bonsai tree resource. It’s a beautiful hobby I’ve wanted many times to take up but didn’t know where to start.