An honor from scott arboretum (come ‘attend’ the awards event virtually, free!)
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by margaret
3d ago
TO SAY I WAS surprised would be understating it. A lot. When I got the call from the Scott Arboretum at Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania.. The post an honor from scott arboretum (come ‘attend’ the awards event virtually, free!) appeared first on A Way To Garden ..read more
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State of the native-plant movement, with rebecca mcmackin
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by margaret
5d ago
MAYBE MORE than any other topic, the use of native plants has consistently figured among the top garden trends in recent years. Just how popular.. The post state of the native-plant movement, with rebecca mcmackin appeared first on A Way To Garden ..read more
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Counting birds: be a better birder, with cornell’s rebecca rodomsky-bish
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by margaret
1w ago
WATCHING BIRDS lifts my spirits, as it has for decades, and who couldn’t use their spirits lifted right about now? But there’s another much bigger.. The post counting birds: be a better birder, with cornell’s rebecca rodomsky-bish appeared first on A Way To Garden ..read more
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Expanding the zinnia palette, with siskiyou seeds’ don tipping
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by margaret
2w ago
WHAT’S NOT TO LOVE about zinnias? Organic seed farmer and breeder Don Tipping of Siskiyou Seeds and I both vote an emphatic “yes” in favor.. The post expanding the zinnia palette, with siskiyou seeds’ don tipping appeared first on A Way To Garden ..read more
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Is your landscape ‘undergrown’? with nancy lawson
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by margaret
3w ago
AS SHE OFTEN DOES, naturalist and nature writer Nancy Lawson—perhaps known better as the Humane Gardener after the title of her first book—caught my attention.. The post is your landscape ‘undergrown’? with nancy lawson appeared first on A Way To Garden ..read more
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Getting organized for seed season, with ken druse
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by margaret
1M ago
IF YOU THINK nothing’s on the to-do list in winter, fellow gardeners—that we’re all meant to be dormant, like the cannas in the cellar and.. The post getting organized for seed season, with ken druse appeared first on A Way To Garden ..read more
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Time to succumb to sweet peas, with matt mattus
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by margaret
1M ago
EVERY YEAR when I get to the sweet pea listings in the seed catalogs, I think: This is the year, the year I’ll organize some.. The post time to succumb to sweet peas, with matt mattus appeared first on A Way To Garden ..read more
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Wintertime visitor: a rare warbler
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by margaret
1M ago
I’M CELEBRATING New Year’s in the company of a rare bird and the flowers of the first of the witch hazels, neither of which is.. The post wintertime visitor: a rare warbler appeared first on A Way To Garden ..read more
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Ecological resolutions, with uli lorimer of native plant trust
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by margaret
1M ago
LIKE EVERYONE around this time of year, I get into a “looking back while looking ahead” combined mindset. Today I want to do just that,.. The post ecological resolutions, with uli lorimer of native plant trust appeared first on A Way To Garden ..read more
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Seed catalogs to love, with jennifer jewell
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by margaret
2M ago
HO-HO-HO: It’s seed season, among other festive reasons to celebrate in December. Today I invited a similarly seed-obsessed friend, Jennifer Jewell, to help me curate.. The post seed catalogs to love, with jennifer jewell appeared first on A Way To Garden ..read more
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