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Month: May 2015

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by: Mary Apodaca

The secret light of plants

Welcome to the groovy world of glow-in-the-dark plants. They’re not much more than a novelty now, but a company called...
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by: Chris Coen

An Osage expose

Osage orange fruit. Hedge apples. Monkey brains. Maclura pomifera. Yellow-green, squiggly, hairy spheres the size of grapefruits. If these are underfoot on...
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A tale of two cities

This tiny demo green roof was completed for a Buffalo Show House project. Photo Buffalo Rising/Queenseyes A story about Spokane...
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Making my peace with poinsettias

As you can  imagine, many of my most passionate rants are years in the past, back when we started. You...
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by: Sylvan

The man to beat—Teddy?

He’s #1, so far … Whatever may happen over the next months and years, this has surely been a memorable...
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In 2012, it would be nice if …

A 2011 highlight: our garden blogger visit to Seattle's Dragonfly Farms Nursery. Here's my wish list for the New Year....
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by: Marte

In Defense of the Undefensible

Beauty and the Beast: Michelle Beuerlein and the common hackberry in Spring Grove Cemetery and Arboretum in Cincinnati, Ohio.  Today’s...
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by: Mathew

A green roof with a view

I spotted this in Lake Placid last week. It's prominently placed on a building owned by the Golden Arrow hotel...
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by: Laura S

Gardenblogging and Flinging in 2015

First, the Gardenblogger Fling happened last weekend in Toronto and was a roaring success.  Thanks again to the local organizes,...
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by: Azida Awang

Your Azalea-Eaglet Update

I posted recently about the birth of two bald eaglets at the National Arboretum and the totally addictive Eagle Cam...
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