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January (Page 2)

Month: January 2015

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by: Chris dePaola

My Year in Garden Visits

Posting on New Year’s Day is my excuse to share photos of some gardens I visited in 2015, shots not...
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by: Catherine Zimmerman

Summer Punches. Now.

So. Summer is here, and that means that you need to break out the punches. Not that dreadful stuff made...
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by: Mary Jane

Sit a Spell. It’s Not as Easy as You Think.

I seldom sit in my garden. There are too many distractions. I have spots where I like to sit, but...
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by: Lorlee

Natives and invasives—observations from Toronto

Solomon’s Seal and wood anemone in a TO front garden On the first day of our Toronto garden exploration, we...
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Garden Literature goes Up in Smoke

Shutterstock image Dear friends, just as there is no hiding the fact that Professor Roush is a rose nut, there is...
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by: Mary Z

Talking up Gardens at the Visitors Bureau

Most public gardens in DC are little known to locals and never promoted to visitors (in contrast to the super-hyped...
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by: Mary

Finding Native-Plant Beauty in the Bronx

While I was visiting New York City earlier this month I didn’t JUST visit the High Line.  Also on my...
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by: ron tucker

Video shows the Gardens of Greenbelt, Maryland in ’39 and ’13

Put something online; you never know where it’ll lead.  In this case, a reader of this very blog discovered the...
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Arrested Development

Aspidistra image courtesy of Shutterstock It’s a term that might best describe gardening in the South. It might best describe...
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by: jennifer

Videographer Teams up with Horticulturist Neighbor

Connecticut-based videographer Patrick Volk emailed me recently, having discovered my blog posts about videos. It seems that this son of...
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