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A Way to Garden

better birding and fascinating sparrows, with kathryn schneider

FOR A LOT OF US GARDENERS, our connection to birds perhaps started with, or maybe even still centers on, putting [read more…] The post better birding and fascinating sparrows, with kathryn schneider

what garden ‘pests’ are trying to tell us, from eliot coleman’s ‘the new organic grower’

WHAT ARE OUR vegetable garden “pests” trying to tell us, and how can we move past the mindset of it [read more…] The post what garden ‘pests’ are trying to tell us, from eliot coleman’s ‘the new

how to grow and store dahlias, with longwood’s roger davis

LATE IN THE SEASON, when all else in the flower garden is losing its head, dahlias are coming on strong [read more…] The post how to grow and store dahlias, with longwood’s roger davis appeared first

october garden chores

EVEN I—SHE OF THE MONTHLY CHORES LISTS—get overwhelmed at the thought of it: fall cleanup. As the month begins, I [read more…] The post october garden chores appeared first on A Way To Garden.

overwintering tender plants, and hydrangea issues: q&a with ken druse

WONDER HOW to get ready for the mad stash—just how to prep and then where to put all those tender [read more…] The post overwintering tender plants, and hydrangea issues: q&a with ken druse

embracing every season with every sense (and forcing hyacinths!), with tovah martin

WE’RE AT A CUSP—the coming of fall—and that is not a time to lament, but rather to take in what [read more…] The post embracing every season with every sense (and forcing hyacinths!), with tovah

what to do about fall webworm? (usually, nothing)

IT’S A BANNER FALL WEBWORM year in my corner of the Northeast, more than I’ve seen in 30ish years here. [read more…] The post what to do about fall webworm? (usually, nothing) appeared first on A Way

go ahead, we dare you: widen your plant palette, with andy brand

VARIOUS ZEN MASTERS call it beginner’s mind, the state of being free from preconceived views and willing to learn—a state [read more…] The post go ahead, we dare you: widen your plant palette, with

feeling garden overwhelm? joe lamp’l and i talk about management strategies

WHEN JOE LAMP’L emailed the other day to ask about how I deal with garden overwhelm, I thought: Do I [read more…] The post feeling garden overwhelm? joe lamp’l and i talk about management strategies

how birds find their food, with ellen blackstone of ‘birdnote’

I SPENT much of the summer transfixed by this year’s pair of phoebes who nested on the back porch as [read more…] The post how birds find their food, with ellen blackstone of ‘birdnote’ appeared first

‘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