Gardens/Gardeners

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Open Days Garden Tours

The final weeks of the Open Days program of The Garden Conservancy are in September and October. I always find inspiration visiting the private gardens of top-notch gardeners and garden designers in my area. Last weekend I visited the home of Margaret Roach, “A Way …

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Granny’s Garden School | Loveland, Ohio

Roberta Paolo (aka Granny) harbors a love for gardening and believes that flowers are for picking. Many years ago, noticing her grand children’s fascination with the the plants in her garden, Roberta created a community garden at Loveland Elementary School …

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My Mother’s Garden

My mother always seems to have a lot more things blooming in her garden at any given moment than I do. Recently I spent an afternoon gardening with her in northwestern Connecticut, just about 30 miles north of where I …

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Flower Show Highlights

We reported on our visits to the Philadelphia Flower Show, San Francisco Flower & Garden Show and Ball Horticultural Spring Trials in the spring 2012 issue of Gardeners On the Go!. Here are some more images and info:

And the Winner Is…

Dorian Winslow

In last month’s “The Curious Gardener” eNewsletter I challenged my readers to come up with New Year’s Resolutions for gardening in 2012.  I started things off with five of my own and offered to give away Womanswork Rose Gauntlet Gloves …

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Preserving Gardens

Horticulture’s January/February 2012 issue, which focuses on public gardens and all they have to offer, includes a feature on 10 gardens that have opened to the public in the past 10 years. The Garden Conservancy helped many of those gardens …

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WTC Garden Legacy

I love visiting Battery Park City in New York in any season. Here’s a sampling of the gardens you will see if you walk through this extraordinary 36-acre open space district.

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