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The Long View – Meditations on Gardening (Color and Texture Sustain the Winter Garden)

One of a series of occasional essays by Christa Watters. Certified Master Gardener Color and Texture Sustain the Winter Garden It’s not all bleak out there, not even in our gardens. If we’ve planted wisely and well, plant life continues … Continue reading

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The Long View – Meditations on Gardening (A Venture in Guerrilla Gardening)

Not all gardeners have big plots. So sometimes we just exploit what’s nearby. It’s a bit iffy, but taking a little risk and adding a dollop of luck and patience, some digging and weeding and a mix of bought and donated plants can pay off. Witness the former parking lot island near my town house. It used to be a dog- and sun-seared plot of weedy grass that never looked good after the first green flush of spring. 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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Culinary, Fragrant & Medicinal HERBS !

If herbs are in your garden or your future garden, you won’t want to miss AutumnFest, September 21, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Glencarlyn Library Community Garden. Continue reading

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