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November (Page 2)

Month: November 2016

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Crimes and Ethical Dilemmas in the News

Two items in Sunday’s papers caught my interest, and possibly yours.  “Metro edict choking Phantom Planter’s blooms” in the Washington...
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In defense of garden cats

Cat photo courtesy of Shutterstock As a gardening veterinarian, I feel obligated to defend our feline friends against the recent...
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by: Sharon

Add a new term to the gardening lexicon

This is how Eric “Buffalos” his garden Now, you can Buffalo your garden. That’s what I am hearing from a...
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by: Rosanne

The Cocktail Garden: Before and After

Last week I posted garden designer Susan Morrison’s lovely hand-drawn plans of my cocktail garden, which she designed in response...
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by: Mary-Denise Smith

All the Presidents’ Gardens, and a Free Trip to DC

The Contest Timber Press, publisher of All the Presidents’ Gardens by Marta McDowell, is launching the book by sending a lucky...
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by: Remy

Stone Moving

“Old School” That is how a man from the local quarry described my methods of lifting and moving stones. I...
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by: Amanda Paige

Waterwise in New Mexico

Today’s Guest Rant by Hunter Ten Broeck, founder of the design firm WaterWise Landscapes based in Albuquerque, highlights an upcoming...
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