If there is one thing that Great Britain is renowned all over the world for, it is “exquisite gardens”! The English are helped by the fact that the climate is perfect for any type of garden and they possess vast knowledge about gardening passed on from generation to generation over the centuries. History reveals that during the Victorian era, people took great pride in their magnificent greenhouses where they grew horticultural plants (cultivars) that were not even native to England. Therefore, anyone with a little bit of love for gardening, should give precedence to using UK garden supplies!
A survey reveals that at least 83% of citizens in the UK have their own gardens. Additionally, there are a great number of arboretums and abbey gardens all over the country. There is keen interest exhibited in every kind of gardening – aquaculture, indoor gardening, botanical gardens, horticulture, tea gardens, and so much more! Many of them are famous tourist spots.
Stores selling gardening supplies in the UK have to keep themselves well stocked at all times to meet the constant demands of customers within the country as well as from outside the country! After all, the best way to develop a similarly beautiful garden is to order UK garden supplies!
Now, you do not have to travel all the way to UK to order these supplies! What is the Internet for? So many sites are dedicated to UK garden supplies! In fact, the comprehensive information presented on these sites may even tempt you to go personally to the UK and have a first-hand look at everything!
All the gardening experiences that the English have amassed over centuries are there for you to browse through. Many sites can offer a world of advice about various species of plants, instructions on how to grow and care for them, and information about UK garden supplies. There are also do-it-yourself kits for those who wish to recapture the magic of the Victorian Age. Of course, the result is not exactly similar; it is more modernistic in nature.
Still other sites offer a more detailed way of searching for just the right kind of UK garden supplies. The supplies are matched to type of plant, type of soil required, color of the flowers, seasons, and a million other characteristics! For a professional gardener, it’s like a dream come true!
Then there are the link farms for UK sites, which act as sources of information about businesses and web sites in the UK, plus UK garden supplies.
Who knows, all this knowledge about English gardens and UK garden supplies may leave you with a longing to relocate there! After all, who would not like to be surrounded by so much of beauty!
In the Japanese garden
San Antonio, Texas
‘The San Antonio Japanese Tea Garden, or Sunken Gardens in Brackenridge Park opened in an abandoned limestone rock quarry in the early 20th century. It was known also as Chinese Tea Gardens, Chinese Tea Garden Gate, Chinese Sunken Garden Gate and is listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. It was developed on land donated to the city in 1899 by George Washington Brackenridge, president of the San Antonio Water Works Company. The ground was first broken around 1840 by German masons, who used the readily accessible limestone to supply the construction market. Many San Antonio buildings, including the Menger Hotel, were built with the stone from this quarry on the Rock Quarry Road.’ (Wikipedia)
By CameliaTWU on 2015-01-04 15:25:36
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