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September (Page 2)

Month: September 2015

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by: Layanee

Garden Ephemera

The ephemeral flight of hot air balloons over my garden just after sunrise provides a sense of place. (Boise is...
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by: Denise

Give Seeds A Chance

I think of my vegetable garden as one big science experiment of the kind that I was not allowed to...
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by: William Fenelon

End-of-season stars

As much as I love spring ephemerals, July’s lilium, and other flash-in-the-pan, prettyboy plants, at this time  I take a...
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by: DC Tropics

The Drunken Botanist Goes to Manhattan…

…and Buffalo.  And Brooklyn.  See you there?  As always, please check with the venue before heading out to confirm details. ...
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by: marcia

Fall Planting

Many of us are already putting away our spades, but if you do, you’ll miss the best planting season of...
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by: Dave

Death Enhances a Garden

Death plays a significant role in my garden, and in so many ways, it makes the garden more interesting. Death...
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by: Moira

What Does An Organic Gardener Do About Flea Control?

I'm sure my vet thinks I'm a terrible cat owner.  Whenever I bring Loretta in, they ask me nicely what...
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by: Renee Beaulieu

The HORROR (II)

Halloween could not be better timed in terms of horticultural nightmares for the Western New York gardener. It’s a wet,...
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by: FoA

Slices of Spring and Steak

I’ve been on the clock of Jelitto Perennial Seeds for nearly 21 years. I peddle perennial seeds (over 3,500 different...
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The Joys of Curbside Gardening, and Groundcover Sedums

Hellstrip gardening is getting its due these days, thanks to Evelyn Hadden’s terrific new book on the subject, and Lauren...
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