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This is how Eric “Buffalos” his garden Now, you can Buffalo your garden. That’s what I am hearing from a group of gardeners in the Mount Airy section of Philadelphia. …

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I’m in Seattle this week at the Northwest Flower & Garden Show.  Are you there too?  Come see me! February 21 2013 03:15 PM — Northwest Flower & Garden Show, …

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Rosa ‘The Mermaid’ twinkling and smiling at passersby from my garden fence SPRING!!! I am traveling to Brooklyn to do some garden business, and to see what spring looks like …

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Deciding to use a long-banned pesticide, despite its proven harm to the environment and the ire of neighbors?  So stupid, but it’s only thanks to one insider that there’s a …

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This is the latest in a series I’m writing for the North Coast Journal loosely based on my next book, The Drunken Botanist, due out in 2013.  Read earlier cocktail-ish …

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Drilling image courtesy of Shutterstock Large-scale environmental issues are not always considered appropriate subject matter in the garden blogging world, but I’ve never been able to see the reason.  Going …

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Shutterstock image As you know, we carry a bunch of feeds from other sites that might be of interest to you all. The ScienceDaily posts are the most frequent, and I usually …

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In my last column, I admitted I prefer my own garden to Garden Shows, though it does depend on how far under the snow my garden is buried at the …

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I recommend a fascinating article in Wednesday’s Food Section of the Washington Post this week: “Organic standards fight over synthetics  shows there’s room for a third system,” starting with the news …

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With lawn reduction growing in popularity, email groups are lively with discussions of how to remove the stuff.  There are basically four choices – digging, using a sod-cutter, smothering and spraying …

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