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October 31, 2013



Is Danger Lurking In Your Yard? Wolfsbane And Monkshood

The stems, flowers, and leaves of all species of monkshood are poisonous.

August 1, 2013


bleeding heart 'gold heart'

Eye-Catching Chartreuse

I have recently become besotted with chartreuse foliage, even though, or perhaps because, it is a color that I have never been able to wear.

June 6, 2013


woodland poppy

Love Of The Woodland Poppy

Wordsworth obviously was as impressed with this versatile plant as we still are today.

May 9, 2013



Pruning Forsythia

Some shrubs have only one season of interest and forsythia is one of them.

March 29, 2012


daffodil meadow

“The Shepherd’s Daffodil” – A Poem

Yellow is definitely the color of the month in my garden, and I suspect in yours.

March 15, 2012


Alyssum montanum

Basket Of Gold

The perennial alyssum is a cheerful harbinger of spring.

September 22, 2011


Colorful flower garden.

Pleasing Color Schemes

When we consistently plant the colors we like, it usually happens that the color scheme pleases us overall.

July 7, 2011


japenese kerria

Japanese Kerria Has Multi-Season Appeal

If you need color in your shady woodland garden consider planting Japanese kerria, either as an accent or as a massed shrub border.

June 23, 2011


Mahonia Shrubs Gathered By 19th Century Explorers

Mahonias are robust, small shrubs that combine well with other evergreens such as conifers and hollies.

July 17, 2008


yellow ligularia in the shade

Color in Shade

Here are some perennial ideas that will add bright touches of color to your shade garden.

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