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A visit to the Japanese Tea Garden in San Antonio

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Even if seeing gardens wasn’t one of my job requirements (though it is my favorite part!), I would always put a visit to an area’s public gardens high [&hellip…

Williamsburg Garden Tour Highlights

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During my recent trip to Colonial Williamsburg, I was part of group taken through the gardens by Laura Viancour, Director of Garden Programs.  Laura’s focus was on gleaning [&hellip…

Bluebonnets - the Texas state flower

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Howdy! I just got back from a visit to San Antonio, Texas, where I met lots of wonderful, dedicated gardeners and visited their gardens. I saw tons of [&hellip…

Lighten Up

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Bringing beautiful color and plant diversity to your garden doesn’t have to mean dashing off to a string of nurseries to buy scads of plants.  How about a [&hellip…

A Visit To Colonial Williamsburg

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This past weekend I was lucky enough to attend the 64th Annual Colonial Williamsburg Garden Symposium.  This year’s theme was Timeless Lessons From Historic Gardens.  It was packed [&hellip…

The power of watering from the bottom up

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Peace lily, or Spathiphyllum, is a popular houseplant – most everyone has owned one at some point. And chances are, most everyone who has grown this plant has [&hellip…

First harvest - not too far off!

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How does your garden grow these days? After experiencing a bit of suspended animation during a prolonged cold period, my seedlings have put on a LOT of growth [&hellip…

...on my way to work today...

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I’m not unlike countless others around the world that commute to work every day from home to the office.  I do, however, have two very distinct differences that [&hellip…