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See You Next Spring

See You Next Spring

A Prairie Garden Journal 2008 This week’s column marks the end of the 10th year of gardening columns. That’s a lot of color-related adjectives, horticultural nouns, sissified verbs, and run on sentences for a reluctant English major to come up with. Diagram that sentence, Mr. Alberding! (He was my high school English... 

Planning Your Summer Do-it-yourself Landscape Projects

Planning Your Summer Do-it-yourself Landscape Projects

A Prairie Garden Journal 2009 With warm weather finally arriving, you may be thinking about doing one of those HGTV do-it-yourself landscape projects. Thanks to HGTV, Sunset Magazine, and the internet, many homeowners are inspired to add more color and interest to their landscape, but then…. Click to read full article.  Read More →

Summer School

Summer School

A Prairie Garden Journal 2009 With school out, or almost out, there are a lot of children with time on their hands. Some kids are headed for… Click to read full article.  Read More →

What Makes a Good Perennial?

What Makes a Good Perennial?

A Prairie Garden Journal 2009 What makes a good perennial? It can be so confusing–walking into a garden center and looking at the perennial display. There is usually a wide assortment…Click to read full article.  Read More →

A Mother’s Garden

A Mother’s Garden

A Prairie Garden Journal 2009 In many areas of the country Mother’s Day weekend coincides with the unofficial beginning of the summertime gardening season. This fortunate coincidence…..Click to read full article.  Read More →

No Garden Space? No Problem

No Garden Space? No Problem

A Prairie Garden Journal 2009 Container gardening is no longer a new idea. In fact it’s so mainstream that most homeowners and even many apartment dwellers now plant….Click to read full article.  Read More →

Green, Easy & Cheap

Green, Easy & Cheap

A Prairie Garden Journal 2009 How do you celebrate Earth Day in the middle of a recession?….Click to read full article.  Read More →

A Most Unusual October

A Most Unusual October

A Prairie Garden Journal 2009 For all those lucky enough to have grandchildren, you now have something to tell them about…Click to read full article  Read More →

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