The Gardener's Apprentice

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

June 15, 2015
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Heavenly Turk’s Caps

Sometimes, in a congested garden like mine, plants get overlooked.  That is, until they announce their presence by blooming, spreading like weeds or exuding a bad odor.  My little white Turk’s cap lily—Lilium martagon var. ‘Album’—was one of those overlooked … Continue reading