Tag Archives: fall gardening

Predator in the Urban Garden

By Christa Watters On a recent morning when I went out to the patio to fill the bird feeder, I looked up and thought maybe the neighbors had put one of those owl statues on their wall to deter unwanted birds and … Continue reading

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The Long View – Meditations on Gardening: The End of Fall

By Christa Watters One day the tulip magnolia next to my front door is still green – leaves fringed with yellow, spotted with brown here and there, yes, but basically still green, and on waking the next morning I see it still … Continue reading

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Exciting Happenings in Glencarlyn Library Garden

By Judy Funderburk What do Persimmons, Poe, and Painting have in common – besides the letter P?!? All three were exciting happenings in the Library Garden this fall. Our native persimmon tree (Diospyrus americana) grew her first two orange persimmons. They were so … Continue reading

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The Long View – Meditations on Gardening: Why We Garden

Heeding the call to garden in an environmentally sound manner is a worthy objective. Continue reading

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