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The Weekly Notebook

Feb
13
04:44pm
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See 'Art in Bloom' at the Northwest Flower & Garden Show As the promise of spring begins to unfold, the Northwest Flower & Garden Show in Seattle, Wash. will highlight “Art in Bloom” as the region’s top garden designers, horticulturists, and artists showcase their passion through a number of exhibits, a floral competition and a full acre of show gardens that are sure to inspire for the coming months. Read More »
Feb
11
07:40am
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City Style: The Style of New York's Interieurs Francine Gardner, owner of New York's Intérieurs, shows our writer Katie Mendelson how a few inspired finds can turn a city rooftop into an urban oasis.  Read More »
Feb
06
04:48pm
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Watering – among the most necessary and rewarding of garden tasks. Who hasn’t spent a moment quietly in the yard in the early evening, watering can in hand, admiring the day’s work and the promise of new growth. Here, at the cusp of spring, we’ve found some new watering favorites- elevated essentials that will bring a touch of design and style to the upcoming planting season. Read More »
Related Topics: Garden care | terrain | water wise
Feb
05
10:02am
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Witch Hazel: A Tonic for Body and Soul Bursting into bloom just as winter takes over, witch hazel not only offers hope that spring is on the way with its fragrant bright blooms, but also offers time-honored healing qualities that make these east coast natives a tonic for the body and soul. Read More »
Related Topics: East Coast | plants | Winter | witch hazel
Feb
04
09:24am
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My Garden: Working with Nature to Reinvent a Front Yard Wanting to create a garden with native plants to support and invite wildlife, Michael Farndale of Bothell, Wash. transforms his “old school” grassy front yard into a thriving Zen-like retreat which requires minimum work, all while offering an array of plants, meditation space, and a sculptural fountain to be enjoyed virtually year round. Read More »
Related Topics: my garden | pacific northwest | plants
Jan
30
03:16pm
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My Garden: A Rustic Perennial Paradise Many gardeners dream of taking their passion and turning it into a business, and over the years that is exactly what Lorraine and RJ Roberts of Caledon, Ontario did. When they purchased their 24-acre property in 1999, there were no gardens at all – just trees, grass, and a house. Season by season, they grew thousands of perennials and established new beds until Plant Paradise Country Gardens, an organic botanical garden and perennial nursery, was born. Read More »
Related Topics: Canada | flower gardens | my garden | Perennials
Jan
27
02:54pm
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Lakewold: A Garden for All Seasons Lakewold Gardens in Lakewood, Wash. is a delight to visit any time of year. We recently spoke with horticulture manager Mark Lyke for an insider’s view of each seasons allure, as spring isn’t the only time this garden puts on a show! Check out which highlights he looks forward to this winter. Read More »
Jan
24
05:22pm
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My Garden: A Garden Labyrinth Becomes a Pathway to Healing Healing can be a delicate endeavor, finding a space to be able to reflect and recover was what landscape designer Claire Jones was tasked with when creating a garden labyrinth that would provide a private area for meditation and personal transformation. Adding together natural elements of bluestone, a calming water feature, and a perching boulder is what would lead one Maryland couple down the path to healing. Read More »
Related Topics: Design | Maryland | my garden | northeast
Jan
22
10:35am
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Jack Frost: Master Gardener A beautiful and necessary occurrence in the garden, Jack Frost transforms gardens into a glittery scene of ice and sleep while never being certain when the curtain will rise. From old wives tales to the Farmer’s Almanac, which are the best clues as to when the star of the winter months will make his first appearance? Read More »
Related Topics: flowers | pacific northwest | plants | Winter
Jan
20
03:27pm
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Plant Pointers: How Not to Error with Your Air Plant A charming addition to any room or garden, air plants have crept into our hearts with their ability to sit perched on a bookshelf and to add an element of Dr. Seuss to everyday life. With an admitted cloudy grasp on how to properly care for these epiphytes, many fans on our Facebook page revealed their trials and errors which inspired Annette Gutierrez of Potted in Los Angeles to give us all a few tips for these soil-less sensations. Read More »
Related Topics: air plants | Garden care | plants | tillandsias
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