The r/gardening subreddit is one of the most inspirational sites online for gardeners of all levels, both novice and experienced. It’s a community with strong roots on the internet, with approximately 4 million members since its inception in the spring of 2008.
These images would make any Hobbit proud, no doubt. While traveling down this long vine of a list, be sure to pick out your favorite photographs and give them an upvote.
#1 I was walking around my neighborhood when I came upon this Camellia, which stopped me dead in my tracks.
#2 I think I planted my tomato too close to where I’d sown some bunny seeds.
#3 I’d want to participate! How It Began vs. How It Is Now (5 Years)
“No Trolls in the Garden,” they said in their second rule, which I particularly like. Everything is self-explanatory. Make an effort to be a lovely human being. Don’t bother other people. Also, don’t publish anything nasty or disrespectful.
Avoiding reposts is their third and final guideline. On Reddit, instead of focusing on karma, you should focus on producing high-quality material for its reason. “If you’re going to repost something, it should be to learn something new, cross-posting, or bring up a question asked previously on this sub for advice,” the subreddit’s moderators say, emphasizing that education, not social reputation, should be at the forefront of their members’ minds.
#4 In Denmark, my mother’s orangery
#5 My Grandpa built a teepee for his bean plant and planted wildflowers around it; he’s pretty proud of it, and I wanted to share it with you all.
#6 Dragon Fruits On My Rooftop Garden
Furthermore, the online community offers connections to all other gardening-related subreddits, both significant and tiny. There’s something for everyone from culinary and indoor gardening communities on Reddit to plant-specific subreddits, advice-focused groups, and subreddits dedicated to purchasing, trading, and selling plants and seeds. It may seem daunting at first but consider it as a library with various sections for everything relating to gardening. Or as excellent friends seeking specialized guidance from one another.
#7 In My Garden, This Lovely Two-Toned Rose
#8 The View From My Sewing Studio Right Now
#9 I’m In Love. Can I Keep Them Year-Round?!
#10 Using Rain to Enhance Your Garden
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