The Heart and Sole(s) of Horticulture

Jelitto’s Mary Vaananen and Bonnie Strasko of Creek Hill Nursery. Over 10,000 nursery folks, greenhouse growers, retailers, landscapers, gardeners, designers, plant brokers, teachers, students, writers and gawkers showed up last week at ...

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Anti-Leaf-Blowers get Blowback

Continuing our seasonal leaf theme here on Seasonalgardenerlv, it’s time for some anti-leaf-blower ranting! Actually we’ve done that, so how about some rants against anti-leaf-blowers, coz those ranters know how to have ...

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Dining in a Field of Slow Flowers

You know those glamorous-looking field-to-table dinners shown in high-end magazines? Well, just take it up a notch, if that’s possible, and you have Field to Vase dinners like the one I got ...

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The Grafted Tomato Challenge

Okay, Log House Plants, I’m in.  This Oregon nursery has developed a line of grafted tomato plants that they have branded “Mighty ‘Mato.”   As I understand it, these tomatoes are available online ...

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Plant Ideas Needed for Biodiverse Lawn

Biodiverse Lawn by Lawn  Reform Coalition Member Tom Christopher Like other members of the Lawn Reform Coalition, I believe that the contemporary model of lawn has got to go. It does have ...

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A Fond Farewell to Evelyn Hadden

After three years as a regular Seasonalgardenerlver, Evelyn Hadden has retired from blogging to concentrate on her music. Her last post was in October but in hopes that she’d change her mind, ...

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Enlightened Lawn Care for Spring

I’m sure you’ve noticed the barrage of ads every spring telling us to “green up” our lawns with fast-acting fertilizer, and don’t forget the pesticides! Sadly, the Internet, where search results are ...

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