Gardening

The Holiday Bookshelf 2020 Edition, Part 2

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I know Thanksgiving is approaching and time will be short but I want to continue with my suggestions.

The Holiday Bookshelf 2020 Edition, Part 1

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Holidays are usually a joyful time but this year, our holidays are fraught with indecision, fear, and sadness:.

Spring Bulbs – What the Deer Won’t Eat

October 9, 2020 Deer, Gardening, Landscape Design
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Why am I writing now about bulbs that bloom in the Spring? Because it’s not too late to.

    Helenium (Sneezeweed)  

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Before I start telling you about Helenium, I have to share with you what a delight the past.

Eryngium – Sea Holly

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  When searching for a perennial that will survive in a hot, dry, sunny site, we need look.

Making Adjustments

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Gardens are living art. Unlike many of our clients, those of us who garden know that the garden.

Calamagrostis arundinacea ‘Brachytricha’ –   Korean Feather Reed Grass

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Start talking about ornamental grasses. As soon as the genus Calamagrostis is mentioned, what everyone immediately sees in.

Monarda (Beebalm)

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Monarda, a North American native, is one of the workhorses of the perennial garden as well as the.

Random Thoughts

June 22, 2020 Gardening, Landscape Design
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Those of us who garden are blessed. There is something new to see almost every day. June weather,.

Clematis  – The Lesser Known Ones

June 4, 2020 Gardening
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Most gardeners and landscape designers know and love the large-flowered, vining Clematis that we train to grow on.