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by: Mischelle

Rosemary Up the Ass and the Stinking Hellebore

  Mary Vaananen, a Jelitto Perennial Seeds colleague, emailed sad news on my first day in Florence, Italy. Judith Tyler...
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by: Jake Turner

In the Time of the Long Shadows

Fall. A time of the year I love and hate. Love most of the weather. Love the clear blue sky...
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Praising Our Public Gardens: A Video Tribute to Idaho Botanical Garden

A variety of waterwise flowers, grasses, shrubs, and groundcovers grace this one-acre Water Conservation Landscape alongside the entrance road for...
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Do you have a Palafox borealis?

Palafoxia arida, photo by Stan Shebs via Creative Commons Of course you don’t. I am pretty sure it’s a made-up...
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by: Kerry

Next in Garden Flag-Making: Rit Dyes and Stencils

I last wrote about finding a crafting coach for my garden flags and trying natural dyes from vegetables for my DYI...
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by: Debra

Amy Stewart on the Road with her First Novel!

Garden-natural’s smart and funny co-founder Amy Stewart is sorely missed here, but she’s gone on to bigger things – novels!...
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by: T

The Master Logger and the Hay Rake in the Walnut Tree

  Indiana tulip poplars in the 1920s. There is an abandoned fencerow on our Salvisa, Kentucky, farm. It’s marked clearly....
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by: Victor

Calling long range forecasting on its BS

He had me at “silly on weather.” A retired, Buffalo-based, 30-year broadcaster and longtime meteorologist,  Don Paul still contributes occasionally...
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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: 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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