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Corkscrew Willow Tree | An Ornamental Option for Your Garden or Landscape Design

  Photo by: Andreas Rockstein, A true favorite of mine for many years, Corkscrew Willow (Salix matsudana “Tortuosa”) is a true show-stopper that makes a striking focal point in any garden.  As a garden designer, I think it would … Continue reading

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Brighten Up Your Outdoor Space with a White or Moonlight Garden

  As a garden designer and enthusiast,  it has a long standing dream to create my very own white/moonlight garden featuring a few garden favorites such as jasmine, camellia, gardenia and roses. I envisioned walking through the garden at midnight … Continue reading

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Accessible Gardens | Designing a Garden for People with Disabilities and Physical Limitations

The National Gardening Survey reveals that three-quarters of Americans garden in one form or another. But only 36 percent of people with disabilities engage in any leisure physical activity, including gardening and walking outdoors, according to a report by the … Continue reading

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Corkscrew Hazel

  Photo By: Schnobby – As a garden designer I find that creating a main and unusual focal plant in any garden enhances it charm and invites a welcoming interest. In particular, a shrub such as Corkscrew Hazel would … Continue reading

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10 Holiday Gift Ideas for Gardening Enthusiasts

With Thanksgiving behind us and the holiday season officially upon us, here are ten inspired gift ideas for the gardener in your life.

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Garlic O’Plenty | A Quick Guide to Garlic for the Garden

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Five Shrubs For Your Winter Garden

(Photo by For gardeners like me who live in a cold climate, the thought of the upcoming winter season can feel you with apprehension or dread. Winters here in New York state are brutal and long. The snow-covered landscape … Continue reading

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