Winter Reading

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Winter is finally here. Although December is supposedly part of winter, we had barely any snow and the.

Happy Holidays: A Year in the Garden

December 21, 2021 Uncategorized
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What a crazy year. We thought we were finally pushing through COVID and it has reared its ugly.

Child’s Play, Part 3

November 22, 2021 Gardening, Landscape Design
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In the past two segments on children’s gardens, I’ve focused on creating comfort, amazing options, and playing house..

Child’s Play, Part 2

October 1, 2021 Gardening, Landscape Design
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Keeping to the theme of creating areas that are enjoyable for both kids and adults, I suggest one.

Child’s Play

September 23, 2021 Gardening, Landscape Design
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All plants and no playfulness make gardens dull spaces. By incorporating a little imagination, we can create areas.

Eragrostis spectabilis-Purple Love Grass

September 10, 2021 Deer, Gardening, Landscape Design, Perennials
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Ornamental grasses could and should be part of a perennial garden. They add textural contrast as well as.

Flowering Shrubs for the Perennial Garden

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The nature of a perennial garden is that is ever-changing but it always helps to have some perennials.

Looking to the Future

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When reading a newspaper or articles online or watching social media, much of the thrust is about the.

Some Things Never Change – Ready, Set, Go!

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The best designed gardens will become the gardens from Hell if not properly maintained. The weeds creep in,.

Now Is the Time – Maybe

March 4, 2021 Gardening, Landscape Design
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It’s finally March. Therefore, winter is mostly behind us. We’ve even had a few teaser days that spur.