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In Your Garden
- What to prune now
and how includes links to videos and more. And here's more: Pruning Chores for
- Lawn look like crap? Now's the time to follow the simple, organic
lawn care regimen of a blogreader. The year-round maintenance plan of a real-life
And here's the overview of what to do
now, with the urgent title: "Do something NOW
- Exciting research from
Rodale – how no-till
agriculture can combat global
- Next, what we gardeners
know, that horticulture ALSO combats climate change, according to an article in the U.K.-based publication
Horticulture Week. Food gardening is singled out as extra-helpful
because it reduces consumption of meat, which is so resource-intensive to
- What else combats climate change? According to this
article [pdf], mycorrhizal fungi.
With the addition of our favorite fungi, soils and perennial grasses sequester
even more carbon.
- And plant geeks, this is for you – an evolutionary tree of plant tree.
- Fine Gardening has launched VegetableGardener.com to help us
newbie veg-growers get up to
- The UK has a Plan Bee (to save the bees). Do we?
the Sustainable Gardening Blog
- Tabard Inn's Green
Roof: a Downtown Garden for Roses and Herbs by a guest blogger I met at Rooting DC, a very successful urban
- The wisdom of Suzanne Wainwright-Evans
in The Bug Lady
- Hollywood Juniper –
Lovely, Sculptural Deer Food is a lament, but a reader comment (from a pro)
might keep this thing
- Green Dumping Must
Stop by our newest contributor and my main gardening guru in the world, Ann
Ann also brings us How to Keep
your Thirsty Lawn
Roses, the newest sponsor of the website, the blog and this newsletter, get
their own page. With full disclosure, of