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Great Books for Gardeners

American Meadow Garden

Santa, baby, are you listening? Bring me some reading material to curl up with. Literary nonfiction would be lovely—such as all those books I’ve enjoyed by Susan Orlean, Scott Calhoun, Amy Stewart, and Diane Ackerman. I’ll take a great garden reference tome, too, like The American Meadow Garden by John Greenlee and GGW regular contributor/ace photographer Saxon Holt.

 I’d also be thrilled by one or all of these, recommended by savvy online gardening pals: Continue Reading →

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What I Learned on My Summer Vacation – Part Two

In Part One, I covered some highlights of the first day of the Native Plants in the Landscape Conference, which was held at Millersville University in Millersville, PA from June 4 through June 6. Here are some more of my notes and ramblings from the other two days (again, lots of text and not many photos; sorry!). Continue Reading →

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