Garden Design

Today we’re visiting with Mary Maud Huber. Fourteen years ago when we moved to Fairfield Bay in north-central Arkansas, I wanted a plot in the Community Garden. The town is lushly forested in the Ozarks, and shade is a challenge for any kind of gardening, especially sun-loving vegetables. I really wanted to use sustainable organic
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My name is Pam Alvord. In 2019 I submitted photos of our North Carolina garden in Zone 7B (Learning From Gardening in Different Climates). I explained that I have gardened and lived in many states and climates around the country. Two years ago, my husband and I moved to south-central Montana (Zone 4b) to retire
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For many gardeners, sharing a love of plants with family and friends adds another layer of enjoyment to a very fulfilling pastime. In this episode, Danielle, Carol, and expert guest Catharine Cooke explore plants that have special meaning or associations with their loved ones. Whether it is a dogwood that provides seedlings to share with
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Carla Z Mudry is sharing her garden with us today. I know it sounds crazy, but you actually can garden in January! I have this giant Japanese maple we inherited with the property in the front. I love Japanese maples, perhaps a little too much, and I go out of my way to take care
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Let’s look at the garden design plans I’ve made for 2023! I’m planning to add a “deck” and “walls” to the raised bed garden, created a mixed evergreen border in the back corner of the property, and have a new garden completely dedicated to ‘Saving Grace’ dahlia seedings! Colour Your Garden – https://amzn.to/3DBieBw
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Sallie Boge is sharing her garden with us today. We garden in Riverside, a nearby suburb of Chicago (Zone 5a–6b). In April 2020 we constructed two new 11×16 garden beds in order to reduce our Kentucky bluegrass lawn and to add more plants for beneficial pollinators.  My husband, Mark, used a straight-edge spade to cut
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Todays photos are from Kathryn (Kit) Jensen. I garden in a small suburban yard in Zone 6a in northeastern Ohio (South Euclid). During the pandemic it was a focus and is always a wonderful passion. At the time, I added many more plants, bulbs, and rock edging. These are 2022 photos of spring bulbs. Scilla
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We shared our garden before (Sustainable Gardening in LA), and now we would like to share photos of some white flowers in our yard. Grandma planted this sweet alyssum (Lobularia maritima, annual) as a ground cover. Here’s how it looked in 2009.  Burgundy plum (Prunus salicina, Zones 5–8) flower Almond (Prunus dulcis, Zones 7–9) flowers
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We’re visiting award-winning garden designer Jay Sifford’s home garden today. We’ve visited it before in other seasons, but today he’s sharing how it looks in winter. I designed my garden called Rhodwood, which is nestled in a North Carolina mountain valley, during the COVID epidemic. Frankly, it was invaluable in helping me through that period
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