September 27, 2020

Patio Pots for Pollinators

In celebration of National Pollinator Week and the official start of summer, container planting is a great project for this weekend. Add some deck pots ...
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Tip-toe into Tomato Season

After we have had a few warm, dry spring days – gardeners usually begin thinking about planting tomatoes. Although we seem to be finally warming ...
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Biophilic Design – What is it Why Should You Care?

What is biophilia or biophilic design anyway? Not only are the addition of plants in an office environment proven to add health benefits but they ...
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Winter Storm Recovery in the Garden

After this round of winter storms and snow you are probably looking at your garden wondering what has survived and how to go about recovering ...
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Structure in the Garden: Landscaping with Conifers

We often overlook conifers when selecting landscape plants; they don’t seduce us with colorful blooms or brilliant fall foliage. However, it is their structure and ...
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Pretty as a Primrose

As spring creeps ever closer (just 3 weeks away now), early signs appear signaling the season’s inevitable return. For gardeners, we search our dormant landscapes ...
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Hanging Basket Success

Putting out flowering hanging baskets is one of the spring rituals I look forward to each year. Front porches, decks and patios all over the ...
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May in the Garden

FOR FRESH COLOR: Favorite annuals for summer color have returned: Bacopa, Begonias, Coleus, Geraniums, Impatiens, Marigolds, Million Bells, Petunias, Snapdragons, Sweet Potato Vine, Tender Fuchsias, ...
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Seed Today for Roots Tomorrow – A Farm to Table Garden Party

What could be better than helping children foster a love of gardening?  That was the goal last Thursday evening at a very special event:  “SEED ...
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