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Why use native plants It all comes down to this: every little bit does, i..
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The most common challenge raised in the recent survey about gardening with natives is how to start when you already have a landscape that ..read more
Today’s post is inspired by an incredible Instagram video taken earlier this week by Frau Zinnie, aka Mrs. Zinnia, who blogs about all ..read more
On a warm winter day when your garden beckons, one of the best tasks you can undertake is removing any ivy (Hedera helix) or vinca (Vinca ..read more
I never expected to come across a great film about gardening. Not only is “A Man Name Pearl” a great film about gardening, it’s ..read more
Winter is the perfect time to spot where your garden may need evergreens for interest and structure.  Hollies (Ilex opaca), Eastern red ..read more
“Right plant, right place” advice is everywhere.  Since I first began gardening, this always made sense but seemed difficult to ..read more
As a self taught gardener, I have made oodles of mistakes over the years. You may be ahead of me but since I want you to have the best ..read more
Alice, my friend, part-time pruner, tireless community volunteer and retired television producer, has a keen eye for design.  Her row ..read more
Thank you for subscribing.  I can’t tell you how much I appreciate it. I started this blog because I love gardening and, through my ..read more
A friend recently gave me a wintergreen (Gaultheria procumbens) and what a delightful gift! This evergreen ground cover has large red ..read more

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