Hedgeplants Heijnen

Have you ever heard of Hedgeplants Heijnen? Maybe you have, but you are unsure what they are and what exactly they do. While the basic answer is that hedge plants are plants that are used to help keep certain areas of a garden in shape, there are so many more intricate explanations for the simple idea of a hedge. A hedge is a type of garden structure or vegetation that grows to protect an area. The most popular types are bonsai and hanging gardens. Both of these require hedges to keep the flowers, shrubs and other plants growing and flourishing in their proper spots. When looking for a good hedge, there are a few things that should be considered. The first thing that should be considered is whether the plant is going to grow to the extent that it needs to, or is it going to remain small and compact? If a hedge is going to be too large for what it is designed for, then it will not only take over an area that it is not meant to, but it will also be very hard to tend to because it will be taking up all the space. On the other hand, if the hedge is small enough to be planted properly, then it will be fairly easy to take care of. It is always best to consult a plant guide or a local expert when deciding on which type of hedge to plant because every hedge is different, no matter what kind of roots it has or what type of foliage it possesses. Before you start digging up your backyard to put your new hedge in, you may want to check with your local nursery first. If the plant you want has not yet been established there, chances are that it cannot be brought back from the ground after it has grown in the greenhouse. A good way to find out if it can be planted in the garden is to consult a local plant guide. The information provided can tell you whether or not the hedge plant is suitable, as well as whether it would be the right type of hedge for your home. This information is usually found in the leaflet that comes with the plant.

Pharoah Sanders and Floating Points Join Forces for New Album

Spiritual jazz saxophone legend Pharoah Sanders has joined forces with Floating Points for a new album called Promises. Recorded with the London Symphony Orchestra, the nine-part work is the first new music from the 80-year-old jazz luminary in more than a decade. It’s out March 26 via Luaka Bop. Check out the album artwork by contemporary visual artist Julie Mehretu below, along with a trailer for the record featuring Sanders and Floating Points, aka Sam Shepherd. Last year, Parisian label Transversales Disques reissued some live material from Sanders as Live in Paris (1975). Floating Points’ most recent album was 2019’s Crush. Shepherd later remixed Caribou’s “Sister” and “Never Come Back.”

Porridge Radio Share 2 New Songs With Piglet: Listen

Porridge Radio have shared two new songs with Piglet, the project of Irish singer-songwriter/producer Charlie Loane. Listen to “Let’s Not Fight!” and “Strong Enough” below. Both tracks are taken from the deluxe edition of Porridge Radio’s 2020 album Every Bad. “Piglet is one of my favourite artists. I remember the first time I saw Charlie fronting his other band, Great Dad, and just being completely blown away and entranced by his songs and the way he was performing them,” Porridge Radio’s Dana Margolin said in a statement. “I feel very lucky that he likes my music. This collaboration felt like it was coming for a while, and luckily lockdown gave us a chance to make these songs last summer. Writing together felt great, and I really loved the whole process and bouncing off of each other’s ideas. Something that Charlie really gets is emotional intensity and I am so glad we could be intense as hell together on these tracks.” Last December, Porridge Radio released a holiday original, “The Last Time I Saw You (O Christmas).” Prior to that, they shared the song “7 Seconds” and a collaboration with Chicago’s Lala Lala called “Good for You.”

Dawn Richard Announces New Album, Shares Video for New Song “Bussifame”: Listen

Dawn Richard has announced her first LP for Merge Records. The album, Second Line: An Electro Revival, is out on April 30. The announcement comes with the music video for the record’s “Bussifame.” Watch Richard’s self-directed video below. In a press release, Richard called Second Line “a movement to bring pioneering Black women in electronic music to the forefront.” The record, according to the press release, follows Richard’s persona as King Creole, an “assassin of stereotypes, a Black girl from the South at a crossroads in her artistic career.” Regarding the album title, Richard said, “The definition of a second line in New Orleans is a celebration of someone’s homecoming.” She continued, “In death and in life, we celebrate the impact of a person’s legacy through dance and music. I’m celebrating the death of old views in the industry. The death of boxes and limits. I’m celebrating the homecoming of the Future. The homecoming to the new wave of artists. The emergence of all the King Creoles to come. This is our revival.”