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Prelude to Spring

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I know it’s been a difficult winter for most everyone weather wise, especially along the eastern sea board, but take heart!  Spring is a short 15 days away [&hellip…

Winter flowering shrubs - they do exist!

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Posted by Stacey Hirvela "Well," perhaps you're thinking, "If there are shrubs that flower in winter and I can grow them in my area, then how come I [&hellip…

Welcome to the Party

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Posted by Tony Bielaczyc I get asked about native plants a lot by people who are thinking of changing the plant palette or design of the their gardens. [&hellip…

Naomi gets into the gardening groove.

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Posted by Naomi Gabay Working at Martha Stewart Living Radio has allowed me to expand my horizons of cooking, crafting, and even flower arranging. The one thing that [&hellip…

Visiting Deep Cut Gardens in New Jersey

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Posted by Stacey Hirvela I’ve visited dozens of public gardens in this country but as far as I know, none of them have had quite as colorful a [&hellip…

Update - our garden in the Berkshires

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Posted by Stacey Hirvela For nearly a year now, I’ve been keeping you abreast of the development of the Martha Stewart heirloom garden at the Berkshire Botanical Garden [&hellip…

Broadcasting from the Gardens

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Posted by Alexis Tirado The New York Botanical Gardens is a phenomenon — there are acres and acres of greenery! Just like people can’t believe that Central Park [&hellip…

We LOVE the Highline

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Posted by Tony Bielaczyc On Monday, Stacey and I went for a walk through the newest public park to open in Manhattan, The High Line.  After nearly 10 [&hellip…