Monthly Archives: March 2016

Early Spring 2016

March 2016 Many of the perennial plants are just emerging from the dark earth and so the garden is mostly subdued in appearance compared to its summer glory. The low mounds of catmint, penstemons, salvias, Monardella, Pycanthemum, and monarda show … Continue reading

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Kate’s new book: The Bee Friendly Garden- now on sale!

  The Bee-Friendly Garden: Design an Abundant, Flower-Filled Yard that Nurtures Bees and Supports Biodiversity by Kate Frey and Gretchen LeBuhn Public interest in bees is at an all-time high. Backyard beekeeping has seen a boom in recent years and news … Continue reading

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2015

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  Our Pollinator Garden in 2015 What is a garden and what is it for? The answer announces itself again and again when I go into my garden, into what was just a bare, flat rectangular acre under an often-blasting … Continue reading

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