This is strictly unofficial, but my garden has become an arboretum—a one-sixth-acre collection of small trees and shrubs suitable for a tough climate and a tight spot. Read Article
In the spring of 2002, our two fields were planted with warm-season grasses, legumes, and wildflowers in an effort to create a wildlife habitat. Read Article
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Finding beauty in a Midwestern winter garden.
The baseball season and the gardening season coincide in Kansas City, Missouri. Early spring is a time of warm-ups and optimism on both fronts. Read Article
Pieces of the puzzle of renowned colonial botanist John Clayton’s life have been turning up in the soil where his home once stood. Read Article