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A Way to Garden

‘dester,’ ‘cherokee green’ and other top tomatoes, plus tomato troubles, with craig lehoullier

I’VE BEEN RELISHING a harvest of diverse tomatoes, though I only planted two varieties in my own garden this year. [read more…] The post ‘dester,’ ‘cherokee green’ and other top tomatoes, plus tomato

discovering the wild in your garden (want to learn how 9/15?)

THOSE OF YOU who have been around here awhile know I am increasingly obsessed not simply with plants for plants’ [read more…] The post discovering the wild in your garden (want to learn how 9/15?)

spider, feather, frog: 3 little notes on gender (and wonder) in nature

I GOT ON A BIT of a gender kick recently on Instagram, and I blame it on a spider (and [read more…] The post spider, feather, frog: 3 little notes on gender (and wonder) in nature appeared first on A

top late perennials, + smart care tips for a garden to last through fall, with kathy tracey

I HAD TO TALK MYSELF off the ledge repeatedly through the last half of July and into early August. The [read more…] The post top late perennials, + smart care tips for a garden to last through fall,

august garden chores

HOT, PARCHED, EXHAUSTED. That’s a three-word portrait of me and the garden both most Augusts. We must fight back, so [read more…] The post august garden chores appeared first on A Way To Garden.

distinctive-shaped trees, perfect outdoor paint colors, storing garlic and more: q&a with ken druse

YOU ASK, WE ANSWER: From recommendations for unusual-shaped almost bonsai-like trees for the garden (like the weeping katsura, above), to [read more…] The post distinctive-shaped trees, perfect

defining ‘native’ and choosing the right native plants, with dan jaffe

WHAT MAKES a particular native plant a good choice for the home garden? And where can we look for clues [read more…] The post defining ‘native’ and choosing the right native plants, with dan jaffe

liverwort and pearlwort: 2 weeds of my driveway and cracks-and-crevices

ONE OF “perhaps the most primitive plants still in existence” and another that is a relative of Irish moss are [read more…] The post liverwort and pearlwort: 2 weeds of my driveway and

underplanting: making ‘a tapestry garden,’ with marietta o’byrne

WHEN I TALK ABOUT intermingling several plants to serve as a mixed groundcover, perhaps under trees and shrubs, I often [read more…] The post underplanting: making ‘a tapestry garden,’ with marietta

week 15: visual relief from the heat, all fresh and white

IT WAS HOT, really hot (and will be again, no doubt). There was a bit of visual relief, though: Through [read more…] The post week 15: visual relief from the heat, all fresh and white appeared first

butterfly gardening, with jane hurwitz

JANE HURWITZ says that her mission is simply this: to get more of us to garden with butterflies in mind. [read more…] The post butterfly gardening, with jane hurwitz appeared first on A Way To Garden.

moquitoes & water gardens; ants in pots or on peony buds, and more: q&a with ken druse

THE LATEST CROP of Urgent Garden Questions ranges from peonies that just didn’t bloom, to ants on peony buds and [read more…] The post moquitoes & water gardens; ants in pots or on peony buds, and

the july garden chores

EACH JULY DAY is a stern little conversation or two (or 10): with myself, to push onward; with certain weeds [read more…] The post the july garden chores appeared first on A Way To Garden.

week 13: a season of container-gardening improvs

SOMETIMES this gardening stuff all goes just slightly off, and you’re dancing, but you can’t catch the beat. I’ve felt [read more…] The post week 13: a season of container-gardening improvs appeared

recipes to help keep up with the csa share or garden’s bounty, with ali stafford

HOW DO YOU GRILL vegetables to perfection? And what do I do with my garlic scapes, or the greens on [read more…] The post recipes to help keep up with the csa share or garden’s bounty, with ali

week 12: coral peonies, frothy herbaceous clematis, and yes, more frogs

IT’S HARDER than it sounds, at least for a task-oriented person such as myself: Take time off from the to-do [read more…] The post week 12: coral peonies, frothy herbaceous clematis, and yes, more

fighting back against rose rosette disease, with christina king of star roses

I DON’T GROW a lot of roses, just a few favorites, but birds plant the occasional multiflora rose seed here [read more…] The post fighting back against rose rosette disease, with christina king of

month 3: the chaotic ‘whoosh’ of may-into-june

DO YOU REMEMBER that TV ad for the medical alert device: “I’ve fallen and I can’t get up”? To me [read more…] The post month 3: the chaotic ‘whoosh’ of may-into-june appeared first on A Way To Garden.

native plant gardening on a grand scale: ‘saving tarboo creek,’ with scott freeman

SINCE I HAVE LIVED full-time in a rural place the last decade, my reading list tends increasingly toward tales of [read more…] The post native plant gardening on a grand scale: ‘saving tarboo creek,’

8/18 open day & plant sale, lee reich espalier talk & drip-irrigation workshop

AS PART OF Garden Conservancy Open Day at Margaret Roach’s Copake Falls, NY, garden–including a plant sale by Broken Arrow [read more…] The post 8/18 open day & plant sale, lee reich espalier talk