sustainability

Are Natives Misunderstood?

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After reading an article by Amanda Thompson in one of the green industry magazines to which I subscribe,.

Are Plants Sociable?

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At the beginning of the week, I was in Toronto to speak at Landscape Ontario, a combination of.

The Holiday Bookshelf, Part 2

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Rain Gardening in the South by Helen Kraus and Anne Spafford is not a new book. However, participating.

Travel Adventures – Denver Botanic Gardens Part II

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As promised, today I will tell you why the Children’s Garden at the Denver Botanic Gardens is so.

Landscaping for Climate Change

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I heard a fascinating lecture this week while attending MGIX, the annual conference of the Ohio Nursery and.

The Holiday Bookshelf

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Garden Revolution: How our landscapes can be a source of environmental change Garden Revolution is a collaboration between.

Going Native

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

Sustainability

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The subject of sustainability and sustainable landscapes has been on my mind for the past few weeks as.

Designing A Xeriscape for All Seasons, Part 2

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The relatively small property I mentioned last week  had a typical L-shaped, narrow contractor front walk that was.

The Fireside Reader: The Living Landscape

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The Living Landscape: Designing for beauty and biodiversity in the home garden, by Rick Darke and Doug Tallamy,.