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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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#TBT: Yardening is not a word

This April 2007 post from me got some interesting comments, including a very nice response from Jeff Ball, who (we...
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by: Deborah Johnson

Bulb fanatics are losing a best friend

This is an older picture of Scott (younger), but the best I have at the moment. Oh NO! That was...
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by: Jeff Park Mom

The Season’s Last Hurrah and a Surprising New Beginning

  A few more weeks with a hoe. There are a few weeks left in my long, fitful gardening season....
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by: Sue Dingwell

The question of permeable pavers and paving

This is Dave’s urban habitat project (detail) Last week, I posted about a beautiful parking lot that is conserving trees...
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by: Frank Mosher

Garden Flags with Shibori and Permanent Dye

The last time I posted about making garden flags you saw them dyed with Rit and then stenciled with acrylic paints. All...
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And then—finally—there was one

When we bought our house twenty-three years ago, what I knew about gardening would not have filled a seed packet....
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Norma’s Collectables and Cactus

Norma Dennis in front of the store, along U.S. Highway 127, near Lawrenceburg, Kentucky. Attention shoppers! The world’s largest Yard...
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by: Michelle Elwell

Any gardener would love “Lab Girl”

It was Amy Stewart’s  review of Hope Jahren’s Lab Girl  in the Washington Post that got my attention. Here’s the blurb the publisher put...
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NWF’s terrible, no-good gardening advice goes viral

Somehow, the National Wildlife Federation’s 2014 blog post “Leave the Leaves for Wildlife” has gone viral this year, and not just...
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