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March (Page 2)

Month: March 2015

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by: NC Gardener

The bad leaf advice—it’s baaack!

My leaves are not as pretty as this. It’s that time of year again—gardeners are getting silly advice from the...
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by: RJ

Don’t engineers even grow tomatoes?

Guest Rant by Rebecca Caley The tomato plants are so thick and sturdy, nothing can bring them down.  That’s their...
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by: Rachelle Towne

There’s Hope for Urban Design

‘Tis the season of garden seminars. Recently I participated in a thought-provoking one-day seminar on the theme of bringing nature...
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by: ANTIGONUM CAJAN

Drunken Botanist: The Website

  It'll be at least a year-possibly more–before my new book is actually printed and in my hands.  But it's...
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by: Gardenworm

The wild side

Buffalo’s Delaware park At this time of year, I often prefer hiking to gardening. Late summer is my favorite time...
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by: Tami

How I learned to stop worrying and love gardening indoors

This was taken in February of last year. At some point, I have to admit that summer is over and...
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The Butterfly Effect

  This was a hard image to get, as all of the new fritillaries were whirling around like … well,...
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Unsurprising, but still sad

A few years ago, I was offered about ten years worth of Garden Design magazines if I paid for the...
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by: Jenn

Mulch Ado About Nothing

Spotted in Easton, MD:  a properly mulched street tree!  This is a sighting as rare as that of a Yeti...
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by: Andrea

The Tomato Report

As I reported last week, I'm trying out some grafted tomatoes that Log House Plants sent me. I've got a...
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