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Growing with plants By Matt Mattus
A blog for people who are plant geeks, collectors or who are just bored, ..
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I just realized that these two books (The Melon by Amy Goldman and the Scentual Garden by Ken Druse) essentially deal with, well, ..read more
Dare yourself to try tulips in colors you normally would not plant. A red tulip may be more complex in color than you might imagine it to ..read more
Just as an artist creates a composition, what we choose to grow and how we combine it with others in the garden isAs with the arts (music ..read more
I don't know how the weather is where you live, but here in New England, it's suddenly summer. Mid-summer, in fact, and while spring ..read more
I could just call this post "June in Rain" as we here in the northeast are experiencing what may be the wettest and coolest spring ever. ..read more
A couple of weekends ago I was thrilled to have been invited to Snug Harbor Farm on the coast of Maine for a book signing. A gem of a ..read more
MAPLE SYRUP IS ABOUT AS OLD FASHIONED AS ONE CAN GET IN NEW ENGLAND BUT LIKE MANY ARTISIONAL PRODUCTS, INNOVATION IS CHANGING EVERYTHING. ..read more
Primula elatior, the English Oxlip simple yet so rarely seen in American gardens. If you want your garden to look like the hundred acre ..read more
New spring. growth on pomegranate trees in the greenhouse emerges very early, even have a freeze. It's often our first sign on spring. ..read more
Various cattleya-types lead the Orchid Extravaganza - the annual orchid show held at Longwood. (I'm so rusty when it comes to identifying ..read more

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