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THANKS,

I am thankful for this amazing view, from a new project I’m working on in the Hollywood Hills! UNBELIEVABLE!!! This year is a special year for me. The day after Thanksgiving, I ...

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Catching up with Dr. A

Here we are at the Plant WNY CNLP Education Day (totally insider/geek event) It’s been a while! Horticulturalist, professor, breeder, and—as we know him best—author of Herbaceous Perennial Plants and many other ...

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Garden Literature goes Up in Smoke

Shutterstock image Dear friends, just as there is no hiding the fact that Professor Roush is a rose nut, there is also no suspense to the revelation that I am an entrenched bibliophile.  My love ...

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Showing Off My Grandplants

Though Transylvanian sage is known to be a reliable self-sower, I am still thrilled and proud that it was able to reproduce in the site that I chose. One marker of true ...

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Plantagon!

UPDATE: See comments for a response from Plantagon Community Director Thomas Selig. Drumroll, please. I present to you the latest development in urban agriculture: a futuristic vertical greenhouse that—making use of integrated ...

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New Views

As part of a home renovation project, I’m having a few windows replaced. It’s a great time to be thinking about windows because my new garden is still in its formative stages. ...

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Does This Mean I Live Here?

I have a really brilliant and beautiful friend in Saratoga Springs, an English professor at Skidmore College, who said the greatest thing about second homes after her own attempt to buy one ...

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