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A Hummingbird Haven
When the hummingbirds arrive, I know spring can't be far behind.
A Look at Botanical Art
One means of looking at the relationship between humans and plants is to examine the art depicting these plants.
A New Garden Season
Certain colors are traditionally associated with each of the seasons. Fall has always been thought of as the harvest season,and the colors of autumn reflect that.
A New World Edible Landscape
In designing an edible landscape, we can take many different approaches. One way is to mix and match the plants as we please. Another would be to create historically accurate landscapes from different historical eras, using appropriate plants.
A Review of the 2013 Gardening Season
Now that the 2013 gardening season is behind us, I will remember it as one of the wettest on record for western North Carolina. All in all, things weren't ideal. Yet, I enjoyed months of reliable color and beauty.
A Soothing Garden
This is part one of a three part series on soothing gardens. Part I deals with Japanese gardens, while the last two are on relaxing fragrance gardens.
A Soothing Garden Part 2
This is part two of a three part series on soothing gardens. Part I was on Japanese gardens, while Parts II and III are on relaxing fragrant gardens.
A Soothing Garden: The Final Segment
This is the last article in a three part series on soothing gardens. Part I was on Japanese gardens, while the last two are on fragrance gardens.
A to Z Encyclopedia of Garden Plants Book Review
This title has become a classic garden reference. It belongs in every gardenerīs library.
A Traditional Christmas Tree
A real Christmas tree beats an artificial one hands down whether you buy a cut tree or a live tree to plant in the landscape after Christmas.
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