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    Episode 45: Plants for Wildlife

    When we sat down to plan out this episode Steve asked, “So what kind of wildlife are we talking about here?” Good question. As it turned out we decided to…

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    First Year of a New Garden

    Welcome to Amy Derhalli’s garden! I live in Camas, Washington, on the Columbia River, Zone 8, at about 500 ft. elevation. This is the garden’s first year. It’s big because…

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    From Wild to Wonderful

    Today we’re visiting Karen Holmen’s garden in White Bear Lake, Minnesota. I’ve been out taking pictures of my garden over the last few weeks. It always takes a bit longer…

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    A Rosy Garden in Argentina, Part 2

    Welcome back to Martha Veronesi’s incredible garden in the city of Pilar, Argentina. My largest garden bed is the one that we can see directly from the gallery of the…

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    A Rosy Garden in Argentina

    Our garden today comes from Martha Veronesi in beautiful Argentina. My name is Martha Veronesi, and I live in the city of Pilar in the province of Buenos Aires, Argentina.…

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    Gardening Every Square Foot

    Today’s photos come from Helen Durfee. I garden on a 0.15-acre parcel in a neighborhood of mostly late 1800s/early 1900s Victorian workingman’s cottages in a village (a former mill town)…

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    Planting a Pollinator-Friendly Garden

    It’s not enough anymore for a garden to be beautiful. It should also be attractive. The more we welcome insects, the more we help sustain the local ecosystem’s food chains.…

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    Drought-Tolerant Ornamental Grasses

    Ornamental grasses come in different heights, habits, forms, and colors—from low-growing, tidy tufts and arching mid-height mounds to tall, towering, back-of-the-border beauties. They differ in light, soil, water, and care…

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    Beautiful Warm Season Grasses

    Ornamental grasses are a great addition to any type of garden. They can add an amazing amount of structure and layering that no garden should be without. They are also…

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    Order Up: Time to Be Thinking About Spring Bulbs

    Thinking of spring-blooming bulbs in August? You probably think the heat has gone to my head. Why, yes, now is the time to stay in your air-conditioned house perusing websites…