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by: Ryan H

What’s Native?

What better day than July 4th – our national independence day — to consider the issues surrounding gardening with natives...
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by: Shad

The Grafted Tomato Challenge

Okay, Log House Plants, I’m in.  This Oregon nursery has developed a line of grafted tomato plants that they have...
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by: Timeless Environments

Man vs. tree

My house with trees Why do people hate and fear trees?  It seems incredible, but there’s plenty of anecdotal evidence...
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by: Beatriz Moisset

How the rest of the world solves the front-yard problem? No front yard!

Time for a follow-up to my recent criticism of the all-turf American front yard, which we can thank Olmsted for...
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by: Autumn

How about some weird wildflower seeds?

CONTEST CLOSED!!!!! Image courtesy of Shutterstock Before Christmas, my husband and I had dinner with the wildflower queen herself, Miriam...
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by: T

Guest Rant: Low-Hanging Fruit

Y’all welcome Friend of Rant William Alexander, with this interesting horticultural report: It seems like I’d just barely picked the...
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by: ChristyACB

A Theme of Complaint

“Every man may be observed to have …some peculiar theme of complaint on which he dwells in his moments of...
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by: James Golden

The Philosopher Shrugs

It was a sorry tomato season.  Never really hot enough.  Too rainy.  For the first time in a long time,...
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by: Sandra

Bill Best Knows Best about Wonder Beans

Kentucky has a long distinguished history of seed selection and preservation. Before Bill Best got serious with heirloom green beans...
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by: gemma

Have Scythe, Will Farm

I recently woke up with a badly aching right elbow. In fact, I could barely use my arm. Must be...
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