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  • Design

    Dense Plantings for Wild Beauty

    Istvan Dudas, who designs and maintains a private garden in the UK, has shared images from the garden where he works with us several times (check out the most recent…

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    Wild Rice with Cranberries and Hazelnuts

    We are gearing up for the annual Herb Harvest Fall Festival at the Ozark Folk Center in Mountain View, Arkansas on the weekend of October 2 to 5. For this…

  • Design

    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…

  • Design

    Late Summer Combinations

    Brutal heat, tropical humidity, torrential downpours, or extended dry spells—welcome to late summer in the Mid-Atlantic region! We have plenty of excuses for our gardens looking tired and tattered now,…

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    A Garden Full of Memories

    Barbara Downing Owening sent in these photos in memory of her brother Ken. When Fine Gardening first began the GPOD feature, I began to encourage my brothers to collect their…

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    Thankful for Sage, the Herb for Thanksgiving

    If you haven't decided on a dressing recipe for your Thanksgiving dinner--this is what I'm making this Thursday--it is a bit different from the norm and downright tasty! Fresh herbs…

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    Meadowy Magic

    About a year ago, Istvan Dudas sent us pictures of the private garden in the UK where he has worked to create a dreamy space full of a rich tapestry…

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    Sage–It’s not just for turkey!

    Every year when Thanksgiving rolls around, folks get out their spice jars of neglected, little used sage--albeit some buy it fresh for the holiday, and then there of those of…

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    Sweet Herb Planter Yields Just Desserts

    A combination of sweet mint and pineapple sage means many sweet summertime treats. Here’s how to grow a sweet herb planter and how to enjoy the results.weet

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    Skillet Corn Bread with Sage and Onions for Thanksgiving

    This savory cornbread is a delicious addition to your Thanksgiving feast, whether it is in your breadbasket, or made into a superb stuffing with some fresh sage from your garden..

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