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As the garden winds down in the later part of summer, panicle hydrangeas (Hydrangea paniculata) take center stage offering up big blooms that put on a show from now into fall. While we all love their more familiar mop-head cousins (Hydrangea macrophylla), panicle...
Is there a more dramatic group of plants in the late season garden than ornamental grasses? The way they’re back lit and glowing in the late summer sun. Their graceful sway and hypnotic movement displays even the slightest of breezes. And their sheer scale and height...
While you may not be actively thinking about your lawn, having and keeping a well-manicured and lush green lawn starts while it is still dormant! The fall winds carry the smell of autumn, bringing rain and weed seeds. These seeds will lie dormant in your yard all...
For the past few years we have reported on the shifting consciousness of gardeners toward an embrace of nature, the impact of all things digital in our lives, transparency in how the things that we put into our gardens are made, and recognition of the need for sustainability in a world of finite resources.
In 2019 the biggest trend in the gardening world is letting nature nurture us. We’re increasingly aware of how plants and gardening enhance our lives and connect us to something both ancient and modern–the rhythm of the natural world. This is only the beginning of sea of change in how we view ourselves in relation to the natural world and as gardeners do our part to protect it.
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