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Horticulturists, professional designers, and committed home gardeners should not be without this book. In Temperate Garden Plant Families: The Essential Guide to Identification and Classification (Timber Press, 2019), authors Peter Goldblatt and John Manning address the important subject of plant classification, and guide you through ways to identify plants and...
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Two useful guides from Houghton MIfflin Harcourt's Gardening Division: Best Perennials for Sun and Shade (Home Grown Gardening) (HMH 2019) The 50 best profiled in this handy volume include a lot of familiar plants, from caryopteris and asclepias to nepeta, asarum, primula and viola. The entries are organized by botanical...
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GardenDesignOnline by Jane Berger - 3w ago
SELECTED EVENTS AROUND THE COUNTRY: Exhibitions: thru October 15, Celebrating New American Gardens, Washington DC US Botanic Garden, 202-225-8333 Events: thru May 4, Historic Garden Week, State of Virginia May 4 All About Containers Saturday, NY, NY 10am-5pm, (3 sections) NY Botanical Garden Midtown Center, 718-817-8700 May 4-5, Mary Lou...
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Plant combinations are fine, but this book is about so much more as well. Authors David Squire, Alan and Gill Bridgewater have put together a comprehensive guide to creating gardens that will fit with almost any lifestyle. Plant Combinations for an Abundant Garden: Design and Grow a Fabulous Flower and...
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Easter Basket Rose (Rosa 'Meipoten') A lovely rose for Easter ... Easter Basket from Star Roses. This floribunda was hybridized by Meilland in 2007, and it's a continuous bloomer. The semi-double ruffled flowers are yellow, edged with pink, giving them a very old fashioned look, but they only have a...
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Just the latest from Terra Trellis... a new take on the window box, either indoors or out. It all started when Jennifer Asher of Terra Trellis met Chantal Aida Gordon and Ryan Benoit of The Horticult, and authors of the book How to Window Box: Small-Space Plants to Grow Indoors...
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GardenDesignOnline by Jane Berger - 1M ago

photo: ARS News Service This is the critter -- a rose mite the size of half a grain of salt -- that's been causing the rose rosette virus, which has now spread to 30 states. Scientists at the Agricultural Research Service (ARS) in Beltsville, Maryland, identified the mite (Phyllocoptes fructiphilus)...
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GardenDesignOnline by Jane Berger - 1M ago
SELECTED EVENTS AROUND THE COUNTRY: Exhibitions: thru April 12, Landscape Legacy of Dan Kiley, Palm Desert, CA Univ of CA Riverside, Palm Desert Center, TCLF, 202-483-0553 thru April 7, Dallas Blooms, Dallas TX Dallas Arboretum & Botanical Garden, thru April 28, "Orchids: Amazing Adaptations," Washington DC National Portrait Gallery, Kogod...
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Wow! How long have we been waiting for something like this??? Yep, you almost tremble as you open the pages. If you ever hoped for a tree book that could match Dirr's Encyclopedia of Trees & Shrubs, this is it! In The Tree Book: Superior Selections for Landscapes, Streetscapes, and...
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Landscape Architecture March *Trees! *Reed Hilderbrand renovates the failing maple allee at Storm King Art Center *A new visitor center & protecting the sequoias at Yosemite *Decreasing the risk of wildfires *Trees at Ypres, Belgium & the !st World War Sunset March *A "wave" garden in San Francisco, inspired by...
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