The Gardener's Apprentice

October 17, 2017
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The Green Man

Last weekend, I found the gardenalia store of my dreams in a Pennsylvania town.  Like many wondrous finds, it happened by accident.  Like many wondrous finds in the northeastern United States, it happened because I couldn’t find a parking place. … Continue reading

September 25, 2017
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Perennial Gardeners

Some day I am going to open a school to train professional gardeners.  I have ample proof that such a school is much needed.  After spending years tending my gardens and those of others, not to mention fraternizing with landscape … Continue reading

September 11, 2017
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Looks Like Hops

People generally ignore trees.  This is because most of the time trees quietly present us with gifts like shade, cleaner air, erosion protection and beauty while asking little in return.  On the rare occasions when trees break the surface of … Continue reading