In the Garden and More

?

Channel Reputation Rank

#1360
?

Activity Status

Alive

last updated

According to the data and stats that were collected, 'In the Garden and More' channel has a mediocre rank. In addition 'In the Garden and More' includes a significant share of images in comparison to the text content. The channel mostly uses long articles along with sentence constructions of the intermediate readability level, which is a result that may indicate difficult texts on the channel, probably due to a big amount of industrial or scientific terms.

About 'In the Garden and More' Channel

By Catherine Dougherty of Royal Oaks Farms

? Updates History Monthly Yearly
? Content Ratio
? Average Article Length

Long articles are widely used on 'In the Garden and More' as elaborated and interesting content can help the channel to reach a high number of subscribers. In addition there are a few medium length articles.

short

long

? Readability Level

Intermediate readability level is common for 'In the Garden and More' articles as it addresses the matters that demand certain level of education to be understood. Sometimes the channel gets even more difficult by issuing pieces of advanced readability level (there are just a few of them). In addition the channel contains some materials of a basic readability level.

advanced

basic

? Sentiment Analysis

Positive emotional expressions prevail throughout the texts: they may include favorable reviews, appreciation or praise in regard to the subjects addressed on the channel. However, the channel also contains some rather negative or critical records that make up just a small amount of all its content.

positive

negative

Recent News

Unfortunately In the Garden and More has no news yet.

But you may check out related channels listed below.

The Social Wasp

[...] die leaving behind the mated queens who will find a place to hibernate for the winter. In the early spring the females emerge to find a suitable place to build a nest. Their bodies already contain [...]

Time to Trim and Transplant Roses

[...] roses are still relatively dormant and the move will be less of a shock to them. Also since early spring is the time to prune roses, you will have the advantage of being able to prune excess growth [...]

Hollyhocks and Lamb's Ears... Fanciful Favorites.

[...] keeping a few inches of the stalk. The following year, leaves will emerge robustly in the early spring allowing for flowering to commence ahead of schedule. Last week I mentioned Lamb’s Ears [...]

Amaryllis Belladonna

[...] bulb becomes a mass of exquisite flowers.  The foliage appears in the garden in the very early spring and looks at first like jonquil leaves. Very soon however the foliage out-grows everything [...]

Wildflowers

[...] directly from them and their naming process continues today in respect for their efforts. By Medieval times monks were largely in charge of botanical discovery but little progress was made in the [...]

Poisonous Plant Makes Political News

[...] are extremely deadly. The science of producing poison from plants reached a zenith during Medieval times when dispatching an enemy was as easy as brewing an untraceable tea. Following ingestion of a [...]

Native Wildflowers

[...] directly from them and the naming process continues today in respect for their efforts. By Medieval times, monks were largely in charge of botanical discovery but little progress was made in the [...]

Magical Mums

[...] and leggy by mid-summer and if so they need to be cut back by the Fourth of July to ensure a spectacular show from early September through the month of October. In Europe the Mum has long been [...]

Wildflowers

[...] Oklahoma's state wildflower is the Indian Painted Blanket~ The wildflowers have begun a spectacular show and a drive along any road will provide a glimpse into the beauty of our naturalized [...]

Native Wildflowers

[...] seen all across the countryside With the recent rains the Oklahoma wildflowers have begun a spectacular show this year and a drive along I-40 note will provide a glimpse into the beauty of our [...]

Wildflowers

[...] Greeks were actively involved in describing and naming species of plants. The long and difficult botanical names come directly from them and their naming process continues today in respect for their [...]

Native Wildflowers

[...] Greeks were actively involved in describing and naming species of plants. The long and difficult botanical names come directly from them and the naming process continues today in respect for their [...]

Native Wildflowers

[...] Greeks were actively involved in describing and naming species of plants. The long and difficult botanical names come directly from them and the naming process continues today in respect for their [...]

Wildflowers

[...] , including cattails, all of which date over 17,000 years ago. Chemical analysis on ancient Egyptian fabrics indicates dyes from plants were used as long ago as 1300 BC. Flower gardens are depicted [...]

Native Wildflowers

[...] different plants including cattails dating over 17,000 years ago. Chemical analysis on ancient Egyptian fabrics indicates dyes extracted from plants were used as long ago as 1300 BC. Flower gardens [...]

Native Wildflowers

[...] different plants including cattails dating over 17,000 years ago. Chemical analysis on ancient Egyptian fabrics indicates dyes extracted from plants were used as long ago as 1300 BC. Flower gardens [...]

Wildflowers

[...] spectacular show and a drive along any road will provide a glimpse into the beauty of our naturalized countryside. Fossil records indicate that flowers appeared quite suddenly about 80 to 90 million [...]

Native Wildflowers

[...] show this year and a drive along I-40 note will provide a glimpse into the beauty of our naturalized countryside. The Oklahoma Native Plant Society, established in 1986, is a group dedicated to [...]

Native Wildflowers

[...] show this year and a drive along I-40 note will provide a glimpse into the beauty of our naturalized countryside. The Oklahoma Native Plant Society, established in 1986, is a group dedicated to [...]

Wildflowers

[...] today emerged as a way to seduce them with scent and beauty. Egypt was involved early in botanical exploration. Excavations of the Nile Valley have shown remains of 25 plants, including cattails, all [...]

Native Wildflowers

[...] see today; the flowers needed to allure the pollinators. Egypt was involved very early in botanical exploration. Excavations of the Nile Valley have shown remains of 25 different plants including [...]

Native Wildflowers

[...] see today; the flowers needed to allure the pollinators. Egypt was involved very early in botanical exploration. Excavations of the Nile Valley have shown remains of 25 different plants including [...]

Wildflowers

[...] Darwin collected plants which are included in his ‘Origin of Species’ published in 1859. Gregor Mendel introduced the science of genetics in 1866 and with it began the tracing of DNA. Royal [...]

Native Wildflowers

[...] Darwin collected plants which are included in his ‘Origin of Species’ published in 1859. Gregor Mendel introduced the science of genetics in 1866 and with it began the tracing of DNA. Royal [...]

Native Wildflowers

[...] Darwin collected plants which are included in his ‘Origin of Species’ published in 1859. Gregor Mendel introduced the science of genetics in 1866 and with it began the tracing of DNA. Royal [...]

Amazing Amaryllis

[...] quite a colorful reputation. As serious exploration began in the 16th and 17th centuries, botanical specimens were among the most coveted acquisitions brought home to Europe. Consequently even today [...]

Native Wildflowers

[...] Society, established in 1986, is a group dedicated to preserving our unique collection of botanical specimens and donations to their efforts may be made through the state. The lovely red and yellow [...]

Native Wildflowers

[...] Society, established in 1986, is a group dedicated to preserving our unique collection of botanical specimens and donations to their efforts may be made through the state. The lovely red and yellow [...]

?Key Phrases
The Social Wasp

[...] die leaving behind the mated queens who will find a place to hibernate for the winter. In the early spring the females emerge to find a suitable place to build a nest. Their bodies already contain [...]

Time to Trim and Transplant Roses

[...] roses are still relatively dormant and the move will be less of a shock to them. Also since early spring is the time to prune roses, you will have the advantage of being able to prune excess growth [...]

Hollyhocks and Lamb's Ears... Fanciful Favorites.

[...] keeping a few inches of the stalk. The following year, leaves will emerge robustly in the early spring allowing for flowering to commence ahead of schedule. Last week I mentioned Lamb’s Ears [...]

Amaryllis Belladonna

[...] bulb becomes a mass of exquisite flowers.  The foliage appears in the garden in the very early spring and looks at first like jonquil leaves. Very soon however the foliage out-grows everything [...]

Related channels