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I Was Raised in a Japanese Nursery
Dr. Vincent Covello planted the second largest moss garden in the country at his Long Island garden. Read about it here.
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published on January 11, 2019
Dreamsville: The Garden of Peter Marino
Lush is too small a word for the garden of world-renowned architect Peter Marino. Fabulous, exquisite – not big enough. Try fairy tale, magical, fantastical, opulent and perhaps, Five Star. Check it out here.
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published on January 07, 2018
Mansion in May 2017
Mansion In May, Designer Showhouse and Gardens, is a “beyond incredible” “5-Star” fundraiser for a lofty purpose – a new Center for Nursing Innovation and Research at Morristown Medical Center. With 40 interior designers and 17 landscape designers, it is awesome. Open through May 31, even Memorial Day. Check here.
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published on May 25, 2017
Tracking Climate Change in Backyards Everywhere
The USA National Phenology Network tracks climate change with the help of "backyard scientists." You can help and see it happen in your own backyard. Check here.
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published on January 25, 2017
Gardening in Fort Bragg, California
Two gardens about a mile inland from the Pacific Ocean are described here. One built on a construction site by a woman, the other created for collections and the Smithsonian Institution’s Archives of American Gardens. Check them out here.
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published on August 21, 2014
In the Gardens of Land and Sea
Three private gardens in Mendocino County, California, are dramatic, exciting show stoppers, yet very diverse. Check them out here.
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published on August 20, 2014
In the Garden of Sensuous Delight
In the Heather Garden at Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens in coastal Fort Bragg, California, hills of heath and heather undulate and mound amid the native Bishop Pines. Nearby, blossoms of tender species rhododendron from the Himalayas and Southeast Asia perfume the air. Sculptures adorn the gardens but play third best to the plants and settings in this primordial-looking landscape.
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published on July 28, 2014
A Walk through the Trees with Edith Wallace
Dr. Edith Wallace is a gentlewoman, a complete biologist with a soul rooted in Nature. Check her out here.
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published on March 30, 2014
The Contemporary Native
Thomas Rainer, landscape architect and troubadour of wild places, says: “Thomas thinks you should use more natives, plant in humongous masses, and loosen up that landscape, for crying out loud.” See why here.
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published on February 20, 2014
Garden of Front & Backyard Wildlife Habitat
Meet Marty Oostveen who transformed a completely empty lawn in a suburban neighborhood to a garden front and back covered in plants as a Certified Backyard Wildlife Habitat.
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published on December 04, 2013
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