Fall Maintenance

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As soon as the leaves begin to fall and the temperatures drop, most gardeners start thinking, “Fall cleanup!”.

Travel Adventures – Denver Botanic Gardens Part I

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What images does the word Denver evoke? Blue skies? Temperature swings? Snow that melts the next day? Drought?.

And the Livin’ (Waterin’) Is Easy

September 9, 2017 Gardening
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How many times have you been frustrated by a watering wand that leaks or that only has one.

In the Garden

September 2, 2017 Gardening, Landscape Design, Plants
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You never know what you will find when you are actually in the garden. Being there on a.

Athyrium niponicum ‘Pictum’ and Its Relatives

August 18, 2017 Gardening, Landscape Design, Plants
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Although many people think otherwise, there is no paucity of plants to grow in the shade. There are.

The Power of Gardening

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As part of the Garden Writers Association conference in Buffalo, I just visited part of the city called.

A Touch of New England

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Having just returned from Boston and the national APLD conference, I thought I would share some of the.


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Our landscapes have been graced by the beauty of lobelias for many years. There are both annual and.

Confessions of a Clematis Junkie

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I confess. I love Clematis; more than that, I am a Clematis junkie. At the present time, I.

Butterfly Magnet: Asclepias

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It is not surprising, with so much emphasis on increasing Monarch butterfly populations, that the Perennial Plant Association.