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jays-garden-in-the-mountains
Today, Jay Sifford, an award-winning North Carolina landscape architect, shares his home garden.For two years now I have been realizing a dream that I have had since childhood: a house and garden in the mountains. I fell in love with western North Carolina and bought a piece of land 1,300 meters above sea level just two hours from...
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a-native-focused-garden-finegardening
My name is James Hughes and I garden in Suffolk County, Long Island, New York. My focus tends to be on using coastal residents in creative (hopefully) ways. Bay laurel (Myrica pensylvanica, zone 3–7), beach plum (Prunus maritima, zone 3–8), goldenrod (Solidago spp.), Cedar (Juniperus virginiana, zone 2–9), blue stalk (Schizachyrium scoparium, zone 3– 9) and blueberry...
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gorgeous-garden-container-designs-tips-and-inspiration
Like a blank canvas, a new container offers limitless possibilities and options for shape, color and texture. But before you let your imagination run wild with garden container designs for exaggerated planting and sturdy Spiller, filler and thriller, there are a few questions to ask yourself.placeTake into account your surroundings and the Microclimate the place where the container...
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beauty-in-a-midwest-garden
Lynne is a longtime horticulturist, but these pictures are all from a new garden (Zone 6) Lynne has been working for the past three years.A Weigela shrub (Weigela florida, Zones 4-8) is laden with pink flowers. Newer cultivars on Weigela have focused on variegated foliage and compact growing habits, but the sheer bloom of some of the older,...
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