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Guest Post by Helen Yoest  As a curious gardener and a naturalist, I have always been intrigued by flashy berries hanging from the branches of trees and shrubs. There was …

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That’s Diane Lewis, whose New York Times editorial “The Toxic Brew in our Yards” about pesticides stated the problem so convincingly and drew kudos from around the gardening world.   I …

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  Redbud, Cercis canadensis ‘Lavender Twist’, at the Indianapolis Museum of Art. Well, I suppose the good news is I’ve gradually worked my way from the C to the B …

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All photos by Nancy J. Parisi Right now, sprinkled throughout sections of vast Death Valley National Park, are swaths of color standing out from the usual palette of faded greens, …

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The colorblind gardener (photo by Jim Charlier) Color trending is silly by definition, but it’s a way to make a living. I have followed Pantone’s (and Color Marketing Group’s) successive …

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