Gardening

The Bonus of Exfoliating Bark

January 9, 2013 Gardening, Landscape Design
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Many trees and shrubs have exfoliating bark that goes unseen during the growing seasons. During the gray days.

The Catalogs Are Coming!

January 16, 2013 Gardening, Landscape Design
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  This is the time of year to which all garden junkies and plantaholics look forward. The mailman’s.

For the Birds

February 13, 2013 Gardening, Landscape Design
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Watching the snow come down, I started thinking about Spring and remembering that we used to say the.

What’s New in the Trade

January 23, 2013 Gardening, Landscape Design
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  I spent last week in Columbus. On Sunday, I spoke on xeriscaping at the Perennial Plant Association.

The Bonus of Colorful Bark

January 31, 2013 Gardening, Landscape Design
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  The tracery of bare branches and the texture of bark become art during the winter. They are.

The Non-Stop Garden

February 7, 2013 Gardening, Landscape Design
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  My husband loves to brag that I have something blooming in my gardens eleven months of the.

Dry Shade

February 20, 2013 Gardening, Landscape Design
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I hear more complaints about dry shade than other situation. “Nothing will grow there, whine, whine.” Wrong! Dry/.

Sustainability – How Much Lawn Do We Really Need?

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  In the United States, suburban homes are invariably surrounded by lawn.  The amount depends on the size.

Holiday Gifts

November 28, 2012 Gardening, Landscape Design
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  A few weeks ago, one of my customers emailed to say that she needed a hori to.

Heucherella ‘Sweet Tea’ for Year Round Color

November 13, 2012 Gardening, Landscape Design
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I’ve been a fan of Heuchera and Tiarella for quite a while but Heucherella, a hybrid of these.