Month: May 2011

More Drought-Tolerant Perennials: Amsonia, Black-Eyed Susans and Russian Sage

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Fire Up the Grilling Season!

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Stop and Smell the Roses

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Gail Gee’s “peony garden”

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Favorite drought-tolerant perennials – Salvia and Lamb’s Ears

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Little Bits of Incredible Farm Food

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Flying Jewels

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Chanticleer Garden in Mid-May

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Some Glorious Vines, right in the Neighborhood

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Local Soft Shells Are Here-Crabs, that is

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About Kate’s bouquet, and Prince Charles’s campaign for sustainable farming

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Create your Space

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Time to prune your old azaleas

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River Farm in May

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A Mother’s Day Brunch Feast

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The Perfect Gifts for Mom

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Sumi on Gardening in May, and all about Weeds

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You know what’s a darn good Mother’s Day gift? Endless Summer Hydrangea

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The Tiny Honey Bee Packs a Big Punch

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To prevent flopping, start pruning your perennials now

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