Plants

Bulbs with Perennials and Groundcovers

September 19, 2014 Gardening, Landscape Design, Plants
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This is the perfect time to be thinking about making the most of your garden space by interplanting.

Anemone x hybrida – Japanese Anemone

September 4, 2014 Flowers, Gardening, Landscape Design, Plants
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The queen of the fall shade garden is Anemone x hybrida (Hybrid Anemone or Japanese Anemone, zone 3).

The High Line Revisited

August 28, 2014 Landscape Design, Plants
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  Last week Niki and I were in New York again and, of course, we visited the High.

Hammock = Relaxing

August 21, 2014 Inspiration, Landscape Design, Plants
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During the past few weeks, I’ve attended the annual conferences of the Perennial Plant Association in Cincinnati  and.

Geranium ‘Pink Penny’

August 14, 2014 Gardening, Landscape Design, Plants
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The essence of a perennial garden is its ever-changing nature. Nevertheless, every landscape designer and gardener is looking.

Spring in New Orleans

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Last week, Niki and I were in New Orleans where he attended a mediation workshop and I, with.

Tropical Fervor

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Although Cleveland weather continues to fluctuate, I am still basking in my memories of Puerto Vallarta and the.

Reminiscences of English Gardens

January 30, 2015 Gardening, Landscape Design, Plants
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Recently, I had slides scanned from my first garden tour to England in the late summer and early.

Where Is Your Rainwater Going?

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For many years, no one gave much thought to the dispersal of rain water unless there was flooding..

The Fireside Reader: Hellstrip Gardening

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Have you or one of your clients ever despaired about the treelawn, known in some areas of the.