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by: Suzanne

Wild Designer Makes “Beautiful Places for People to Love”

Photo credit: Landscape Architecture Magazine. Rant readers know that we love Thomas Rainer’s work and his book Planting in a...
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by: Rebecca Caley

They have gardens in Canada, too!

Just kidding. I’ve been enjoying my proximity to the cosmopolitan delights of Toronto and the beauties of Ontario’s Niagara region...
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by: Garden Rant

Get Your Local On with Slow Flowers

What’s more evocative than a local and seasonal, American-grown bouquet? by Debra Prinzing I know you adore flowers as much...
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by: Ally

OG Mag on Wildlife-Friendly Gardens: What’s Wrong with this Picture?

As a big fan of Organic Gardening Magazine, I take no pleasure in expressing my shock surprise at seeing this...
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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: Stacy

Gardening information worthless to universities – unless someone else pays for it

Gardeners and garden communicators know Dr. Linda Chalker-Scott as a myth-buster, and as the Extension educator for Washington State. We know her...
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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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Crimes and Ethical Dilemmas in the News

Two items in Sunday’s papers caught my interest, and possibly yours.  “Metro edict choking Phantom Planter’s blooms” in the Washington...
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by: Mary-Denise Smith

All the Presidents’ Gardens, and a Free Trip to DC

The Contest Timber Press, publisher of All the Presidents’ Gardens by Marta McDowell, is launching the book by sending a lucky...
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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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