Death in the Garden – Book Review — Bramble Garden

Poisonous Plants & Their Use Throughout History Michael Brown Pen and Sword Books. Paperback £16.99 ISBN 1526708388 I once turned up at a client’s garden to find foxgloves growing amongst the cut-and- come-again lettuce. Horrified, I carefully weeded them out, but decided I couldn’t be sure I’d found them all. The whole plot had to […]

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Onions, The Fruit Of The Gods It Is Said — The Art Of Monteque

By Jannie Vaught For this gardener, it is the first to plant in January through February and the reason we prepared our soil and it is now ready to receive the starts. Your Local Feed stores have them in now. For our growing area, they are Short Day onions. LLano Feed and Supply in LLano […]

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The late hellebores are only slightly tardy — Ramblin’ through Dave’s Garden

However he is tempted, the gardener should never claim “there’s never been a winter like this one”. Every one is unique, with highs and lows and perhaps wild swings from the average, but there’s something unusual and much that is typical in every season. The one that is now thankfully past was very typical, with […]

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How deep is the snow Agnes?

img_20190128_151801Agnes the garden gargoyle is looking rather miffed with the snow building up around her.  I think she’s giving me the stink eye each time I look at her in her winter garb, undoubtedly trying to tell me that she’s more a fan of daylilies and peonies than snow.  Poor girl’s  going to be perturbed for several more weeks I’m afraid.

The Master Gardeners’ Bookshelf – Garden Revolution — Master Gardeners of Northern Virginia

Garden Revolution: How Our Landscapes Can Be a Source of Environmental Change is one of several recently published books addressing the “whys” and “hows” of sustainable, naturalistic garden plantings

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