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by: karen green

More Garden-Inspired Haiku

Thanks to those of you who enjoyed my garden haiku post last month. Today I have a few more poems...
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Annoying step back or welcome relief?

Unlike scrapbooking, genealogy, homebrewing, model trains, or cosplay, gardening brings with it an inseparable relationship to time and season. During...
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by: blair

Setting the Pace

What a great Spring it has been here in Boise — alternating periods of rain and sun, almost as if...
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Benefits of Drought

It’s official: the “U.S. Drought Monitor”, a site co-sponsored by University of Nebraska-Lincoln, the United States Department of Agriculture, and...
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by: Andrea Sprott

European Garden Travels with Carolyn

Vlinderhof If I ever go on a European garden tour, I’ll choose one that features gardens that are interesting to...
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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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DCGardens.com and a Call for Photos and Videos

Thanks, Rant commenters, for your great suggestions for improving videos of gardens, like the videos I showed you last week...
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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: sit on grass mower

Gardening via Groupon

Drinks are not included. For the past few years, I’ve been seeing Groupon offers for Paint Nites, where (usually) a...
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by: Monish

Home-Canned Tomatoes: A Tantalizing Taste of Nature in Winter

Yellow pear and Black Krim varieties grew well in my garden last year. Both were delicious eaten fresh and also...
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