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Month: May 2016

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by: Linda Andrews

So, an artist, a curator, and a designer walk into a garden (part II)

Then Here’s an update on an interesting front garden concept I introduced last year.  (I promised to follow up!) This...
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Roses without Chemicals, After Knock Outs

Peter Kukielski speaking at Behnke Nurseries. Meet Peter Kukielski, former curator of the Peggy Rockefeller Rose Garden at the New York Botanic Garden, who...
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by: Frank Hyman

Feral

In the same way as dog lovers sometimes appreciate cats, vegetable gardeners–who have to exert a great deal of control...
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by: Lindy

Meadow Day in Maryland

Meadows are HOT these days, thanks to anti-lawn sentiments, concern for pollinators, and some smart designers and plant researchers.  I...
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by: Sue

Gardening and love

Flower rainbow courtesy of Shutterstock As family members waited at Orlando’s Beardall Senior Center to hear about their loved ones,...
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Six Ways to Use Fallen Leaves in Your Garden

My Boise front garden this summer, two years after smothering the lawn with leaves. Got leaves? Use them to boost...
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by: Marie

Love Downton, but Where are the Gardens?

Guest Rant by Layanee DeMerchant I confess; I’m caught up in the romance and intrigue of the PBS series, “Downton...
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