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Carole Bergmann pulls her small parks department SUV into an aging 1980s subdivision in Germantown, Maryland, and takes me to the edge of an expansive... [Read More]
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"Anni Albers" By Ann Coxon, Briony Fera and Maria Müller-Schareck. Yale University. 192 pages. $50 It seems that if you were an important modern... [Read More]
Carole Bergmann pulls her small parks department SUV into an aging 1980s subdivision in Germantown, Maryland, and takes me to the edge of an expansive... [Read More]
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A trip to the Smithsonian Castle uncovers a model in foliage display and color harmonies. [Read More]
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A pear seedling selection named Bradford was cloned by the gazillion to become the ubiquitous street tree of America's postwar suburban expansion. Then it turned... [Read More]
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I found myself walking along the Georgetown waterfront the other early evening and came upon a scene of a whole town that had turned out... [Read More]
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Eriophyid mites move from shrub to shrub on the breeze, wreaking havoc on large groupings of plants. [Read More]
At the start of summer, I thought I would put aside my disdain for amaranth and grow some so I might change my view.The amaranth... [Read More]
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Plants cannot run from existential threats. They have to sit there silently and take a licking. [Read More]
You could stumble across them in the garden, in the city park or on some beautiful mountain trail. Know what to look for. [Read More]
At the start of summer, I thought I would put aside my disdain for amaranth – so coarse, so Victorian – and grow whole stands... [Read More]
At the start of summer, I thought I would put aside my disdain for amaranth — so coarse, so Victorian — and grow whole stands... [Read More]
Nora Palmer is a gardener who toils happily in breezy Hershey Gardens, a playground of roses, herbs, old trees and leafy spaces that welcomes, among... [Read More]
A decade ago, I started work on a book about Chanticleer Garden in Wayne, Pennsylvania, and with photographer Rob Cardillo produced what I hoped would... [Read More]
Stinky, one of the Denver Botanic Gardens' notorious corpse flowers, might bloom in September, with only a 24-hour window to take in the rare sight... [Read More]
They and others in the composite family come to the fore at the end of the season when we need flowers most. [Read More]
I worked the other morning in the vegetable garden and had to stop after an hour. The humidity had sapped my energy and caused every... [Read More]
As plants luxuriate in the tropical heat, their caretaker is refreshed by the impending makeover. [Read More]
Carin Celebuski is a beekeeper and horticulturist who moved from a small yard in suburban Washington two years ago to an 80-acre farm north of... [Read More]
Almost three decades later, the gardeners at Chanticleer keep the mojo. [Read More]
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