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What’s Blooming in the Heat?

Gardeners may be wilting, but we’re seeing the peak of bloom in many sun-loving, heat-loving plants. What’s blooming this week? Here are a few plants we’ve seen:

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Washington County Garden Tour, Part 3

Here’s the last of three posts about the MSHS/Washington County Horticulture Society  Tour of Washington County Gardens, which will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, July…

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More Gardens on the Washington County Garden Tour

On Friday, we described some of the gardens on the MSHS/Washington County Horticulture Society Tour of Washington County Gardens, which will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on…

Adding water to your garden will draw in a variety of pollinators -- birds, too.

Tour of Washington County Gardens

MSHS is thrilled to be working with the Washington County Horticulture Society on a special garden tour, Saturday, July 20. The Tour of Washington County Gardens features eight amazing private…

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Tour Takeaway: Container Design

Now that garden tour season is in full swing, we thought it would be fun to do an occasional feature on some of the great ideas we get from gardens…

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Have You Tried Variegated Solomon’s Seal?

Each year, the Perennial Plant Association names its plant of the year, and this year’s plant is a beautiful foliage plant for shade, Variegated Solomon’s Seal (Polygonatum odoratum ‘Variegatum’). It’s…

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What’s Blooming on July 4?

The better question might be: What isn’t blooming this Independence Day? After our slow, slow start to the gardening season, the plants are finally getting the sun they need. Here…

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New Northern Gardener Available

Have you seen this beautiful orchid on the newsstands yet? It’s the July/August issue of Northern Gardener, which features a story on the use of purple (my favorite garden color!)…