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Month: July 2016

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Garden Professors’ Epic Takedown of Consumer Reports

Dr. Linda Chalker-Scott, co-founder of the game-changing Garden Professors Blog and award-winning author, happened upon a lawn-care article in Consumer Reports...
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Growing Popularity of Gardening in DC

With legalization of pot in DC – in small amounts – residents are showing a remarkable interest in gardening, with one...
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by: Carol Freeman

“Best Philadelphia Flower Show Ever”

Competition co-chairs Alice Bucher and Don Slater at the big show. With the theme of Articulture – the interpretation of...
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by: Chad B

Perennials that won’t tolerate leaf mulches

In a recent post, Evelyn Hadden shared some very useful tips on how fall’s leaves can be used in the...
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by: bobbielou

Drinking Vinegars: The Other Kind of Shrub

One day last year, a mysterious courier arrived at my house.  (Okay, the courier was not so very mysterious.  She...
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Showing Off My Grandplants

Though Transylvanian sage is known to be a reliable self-sower, I am still thrilled and proud that it was able...
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by: Gail

Beautiful No-Mow Yards is just what American gardeners need. And you can win it right here

In the last year or so, we’re hearing that there are better uses for our land than turfgrass, that unless...
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The High Line backlash

For those of you who haven’t had a chance to visit the High Line yet, I’m sorry to have to...
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by: Susan

Please Take Care of My Bird

Female rufous hummingbird on hummingbird mint (Agastache rupestris ‘Acapulco Orange’) in my Boise garden My garden right now is a sensory...
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by: Vicky

Travels with Rufus

  John Steinbeck crossed the country with Charley in 1960. I rode to Louisville last month, from Pennsylvania, with Rufus....
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