Landscape Design

THE FALL GARDEN

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It’s now late September and the garden is still glorious. Late perennials as well as reblooming perennials are.

Rudbeckia subtomentosa

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There are several species of Rudbeckia, the best known of which is R.fulgida, especially the cultivar ‘Goldsturm’ (often.

Campanula punctata – Spotted Bellflower

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And the drought continues. Last year, it seemed to rain every other day but not this year. This.

Clematis Is Happiness

June 10, 2022 Gardening, Landscape Design, Vines
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If you are a Clematis junkie like I am, June is the month when many of them engulf.

Do You Know Your Hibiscus?

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Hibiscus is both the common and botanical name for three different species of this genus. Many people think first.

Spring is Coming

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Signs of Spring are plentiful. In between bouts of snow, we are seeing more sunny days and warmer.

Going Native

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The mantra of the day is “Plant native.” Does this mean that we should plant only native plants.

Perennials with Long Bloom

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If you want to design or install a colorful, low maintenance landscape, you will be looking for long.

Winter Reading

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

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..