LaManda Joy of the Peterson Garden Project will be speaking at The 2012 ACGA Conference in San Francisco is a gathering hundreds of passionate individuals from across the U.S., Canada, and abroad, who are engaged in all aspects of contemporary gardening and greening.
[Miniature] Gardening in the Heat The national weather map remains as colorful as a rainbow these days with one exception: the Great Northwest. Ugh. I’m feeling the nation’s pain. I need a glass of water.
Ok, I know most of you aren’t lawn people…at least I hope that is the case given that a lawn is basically a biological desert from the standpoint of providing for wildlife. But we all get grubs, even those of us with meadows and I don’t know about anyone else, but the resulting May and June Bugs (Subfamily Melolonthinae) always freak me out. I still recall them buzzing and getting caught in my hair as a kid. Come to think of it, some kind of May/June Beetle (Phyllophaga spp.) did that very thing the other night when I took the dog out. And yes, I screamed like a little girl.
Last week, I came home to an overflowing garden after spending five days in the mountains. I'm convinced that as soon as I leave town and stop "supervising" my veggies, they decide to have a growth spurt overnight.
Would you have plastic plants in your garden? Pest free, drought tolerant and ever blooming, what’s not to like? Yet despite these benefits, very few gardeners use them. For most gardeners, only the “real” things will do even though they have to work harder to keep them going. However these same gardeners don’t seem to mind that some of the plants they use might as well be plastic to some of the critters with which we share our space.
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