After visiting Marlsgate Plantation and P. Allen Smith’s original garden home, Gaines, we were off on yet another Garden2Blog adventure to a gardener’s mecca, Moss Mountain Farm. One of the best parts about Garden2Blog was having the opportunity to casually tour P. Allen Smith’s garden home retreat.
Columbine (Aquilegia sp.) has lived here at Our Little Acre as long as I can remember. I'm not sure I would have noticed them in the early days, when I wasn't a "real" gardener, except that they have always been one of Romie's favorite flowers. He has an artistic gene that makes him appreciate the intricacies of things of nature, and the wide variation in columbines did not escape his attention.
“Native plants are vital for the survival of wildlife. The birds and animals we all enjoy will disappear if we take away their food and habitat. We must redo suburban gardens to include some of the native plants species that once nourished our local biodiversity before we lose it forever.” – DOUG TALLAMY
Rapini (also called “broccoli rabe”) has been prevalent in farmer’s markets for a few weeks now, and the rapini we sowed in our garden in late April is nearly ready to harvest. Now, what to do with it?
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Mid Atlantic Ecological Landscapes a.k.a. MAEscapes is part of the Master Gardening program at Penn State Extension office in York, PA. PSU is all about education and this is extremely evident in the Master Gardening program. MAEscapes offers adult programs throughout the year to introduce the four basic principles: plant native plants, conserve water, reduce the use of chemicals and to create wildlife habitats. Opportunities are available to observe and tour the MAEscapes demonstration gardens, tour other native gardens and participate in native plant sales.
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