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Monthly archives for January, 2011

Rooting for a Good Cause

Rooting for a Good Cause

To make good on our promise to support the gardening community, we’re lending a hand to Pete’s Greens, an organic farm in Craftsbury, VT. An early morning fire in January destroyed the farm’s barn, along with stored crops, meats, coolers and vegetable cleaning and processing equipment. To show our support, our stores in Williston and […]

New Kitchen Garden Planner

New Kitchen Garden Planner

If you want your 2011 vegetable garden to produce more food for your table, planning is the key. No matter how much experience or growing space you have, taking time to map out your garden is the best way to maximize your efforts. If you want your 2011 vegetable garden to produce more food for […]

Visiting Vizcaya

Visiting Vizcaya

If you find yourself in the Miami area this winter, be sure to check out Vizcaya Gardens. It contains 50 acres of formal gardens, a villa and native hammock (jungle forest) on Biscayne Bay in the Coconut Grove neighborhood of Miami. Expansive gardens combine Italian and French design with an American content. “An array of […]

Snowy Morn in Vermont

Snowy Morn in Vermont

It’s interesting to see how a foot or two of snowfall will change the look of your garden. Much gets covered by the thick blanket, and what remains is often beautiful in a new way. It’s interesting to see how a foot or two of snowfall will change the look of your garden. Much gets […]

Bressingham Gardens

Bressingham Gardens

[SlideDeck2 id=4328] We hope you enjoy this slideshow tour of the English gardens of the Bressingham family. Adrian Bloom has developed dozens of superior perennials, many of which have a horticultural heritage in North America and made them available through the family nursery, Blooms of Bressingham. One lifetime isn’t long enough to complete a garden. […]

The Best Harvest

The Best Harvest

Try our Family Food Garden, a new online garden planner. Our goal is to redesign the family garden and grow a new generation of gardeners. Instead of growing a bed of one crop, each Family Food Garden plan has a variety of plants. That adds visual interest and breaks up gardening chores into bite-size pieces, […]

Garden Goals

Garden Goals

What’s ahead for this year’s garden? It’s the time of year when folks are making all kinds of resolutions. Like most gardeners, I’ve made my share of pledges for the new season. I spend the winter creating the lists, prioritizing and dreaming. Come fall, when the season ends, some resolutions remain unfulfilled. But, you know, […]

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