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July (Page 2)

Month: July 2016

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Nativism is Hurting our Public Lands

Guest Rant by Mary McAllister When I retired, a daily walk in the park became the high point of every...
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by: Susan Cohan

HOW many Millennials have taken up Gardening?

Photo from Shutterstock. This article in the Washington Post about the White House having gone all “junk food to veggies”...
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Annuals are forever

Salvia ‘Victoria Blue’ At this time of year, the perennial beds  are beginning to fade; most of the stars have...
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Mom and Dad’s Ohio Garden

Matt Adolph, shown here somewhere in Ohio with his mom, made a home video about his parents’ garden – his...
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by: Robert

Reporting from Iowa

Summer in Vander Veer Botanical Park Guest Rant by Linda Larson, A Traveling Gardener This just in: Iowa has beautiful...
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by: shira

Scotts MiracleGro and the National Wildlife Federation have Partnered Up

Almost two years ago we posted the news that the National Wildlife Federation was seeking input about possibly partnering up...
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by: zogi

Native Plants are a Moral Choice

Nebraska Prairie Guest Rant by Benjamin Vogt It’s late July and I’ve finally seen my first monarch butterfly, but only...
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by: Kate Kruesi

Stormwater Management at its Most Beautiful

Ed Snodgrass stands on stage 1 – the green roof. Ed Snodgrass is the internationally known green-roof author, consultant and...
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by: ChristyMN

#TBT: Top ten houseplants, according to me

From a local orchid show It’s houseplant time, at least in the northerly zones. So it seems like a good...
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by: Sue Land

Trees by the numbers

This sign was attached to a tree near my house. Did you hear or read the Arbor Day reports on...
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