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Month: March 2016

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Praise for Open Gardens

Does your area offer regular open gardens for touring? I’d love to see my town of Boise participate in the...
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by: E

I’ll Have My Aronia Cocktail Now, Please.

Image via Wikimedia Commons Earlier this year at the Northwest Flower & Garden Show,  I was hanging out with Jessi...
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by: Cynthia

Contrasting Front Yards: Turf Only v. Wildlife-Filled

I love this video by Beltsville, MD wildlife gardener Marcia Van Horn.  (Viewable on desk and laptops, but not on...
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by: Shad

How Public Gardens get Gorgeous for the Holidays

Most people assume that gardens can’t look good in the winter – at least where there IS winter.  But Meadowlark...
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by: Peter Garnham

The meadow rue’s lament

Tiny, pendulous, lavender-purple flowers with contrasting yellow stamens appear in late summer in loose, airy clusters atop sturdy, purple flower...
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by: Anna Thornton

Bald eagles, not azaleas, are the stars at Arboretum

The hottest outdoor news in Washington, D.C. this month isn’t the flowering of cherry trees at the Tidal Basin. This...
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by: Stephanie Fleming

The Redventure Romp Cocktail

  Many thanks to Beth Evans-Ramos at Mama Knows Her Cocktails for letting us share this bit of deliciousness. Cheers!...
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by: Kit Whittaker

A Pill Box Hat and the Jackie O Plant

Today’s Guest Rant by Irvin Etienne takes us down memory lane to a happy rediscovery. I recently got back a...
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by: Barb Gorges

Free-range birds and farmer fizz

Turkey image via Shutterstock This week begins a month (more or less) of eating—and drinking. Thanksgiving looms large, but after...
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by: Lindy

What About Hunting?

Like many gardeners in this land-rich country, I often wake up on a weekend morning to see a graceful herd...
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