When I first started laying out the garden I created an allee of a six Taxus cuspidata. I bought the plants already quite large, six foot tall by five feet wide, perfect pyramidal shapes that added a formality to an … Continue reading
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The Garden Conservancy Open Garden Days, July2, 2016 from 10:00- 4:00 My garden will be featured on Saturday, July 2nd along with many other wonderful gardens in our area. I have been editing the garden for the past two years … Continue reading
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This past August, I traveled to the Netherlands. I’ve been there before, but never explored beyond Amsterdam. It was a great treat to stay in the eastern part of the country at a Dutch friend’s family place and make day … Continue reading
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Not that I mind snow – don’t get me wrong – but with a foot of snow on the ground, and three inches more predicted today, I thought it would be nourishing to look at some more of David Turan’s … Continue reading
The European honeybee (Apis mellifera) is not native to North America. The Pilgrims introduced these bees when they arrived with some at Jamestown in the 1600s. Today, honeybees are considered the most important group of crop pollinators and are … Continue reading
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What a difference a week makes! The spring perennials are opening and many more buds about to pop. Here are few of the magical things happening in the garden this week thanks to David J. Turan’s photography. The Eremurus Himalaicus … Continue reading
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