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by: Ned Hamson

Sign a Petition to Stop Mexico’s Botanical Foolishness

(via Flickr) This just in:  Mexico’s trademark bureau (called the IMPI)  has issued a proposal to restrict the use of...
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by: naomi

Here’s to No-Blow Gardens

Guest Rant by Evelyn Hadden Let’s face it, the outdoors is getting noisier, and not in a good way. It...
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The Greatest of All Time and the Meadow

  Muhammad Ali was laid to rest in my hometown on June 10th. Tens of thousands lined the city streets...
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by: Deborah B

Strategies for a new age

It’s not just what’s happening “out west.” Water management of every kind is a huge issue for everybody, so I...
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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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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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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: 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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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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