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The Perfumed Garden

The Perfumed Garden

By: Lisa Briggs | May 14th, 2019 The sense of smell is amazingly underrated. An aroma can bring pleasure or alert you to danger. You can sniff out the truth. My absolute favorite is that scent created by a summer rainstorm drenching the pavement and soil on a warm...
Late to Emerge Perennials

Late to Emerge Perennials

By: Lisa Briggs | May 8th, 2019 Gardeners are not the kind of folks who enjoy being cooped up in the house all winter. When the weather finally breaks, and plants begin to emerge from dormancy, it’s understandable that we are eager to greet every new shoot and admire...
Early May Spring Gardening Tips!

Early May Spring Gardening Tips!

By: Lisa Briggs | May 8th, 2019 “Don’t knock the weather. Nine-tenths of the people couldn’t start a conversation if it didn’t change.” These words are can certainly be applied to the weather this spring. The roller coaster temperatures have had gardeners vacillating...
The Impermanence of Spring

The Impermanence of Spring

By: Lisa Briggs | May 1st, 2019 After a winter of brutally cold temperatures, we gardeners hold our collective breath until the first green shoots of spring poke through the wet soil. And then, to add insult to injury, these fragile perennial plants and very early...
Late April Spring Gardening Tips

Late April Spring Gardening Tips

By: Lisa Briggs | April 25th, 2019 No matter how long the winter actually is, it always takes forever to end and now that it seems spring has finally sprung, gardeners will be making their lists and checking them twice. Since the outdoor chores that must be done...
The ABC’s of Lawn Care

The ABC’s of Lawn Care

By: Lisa Briggs | April 24th, 2019 The ups and downs of this spring’s weather have us all reeling. One day it’s sunny and 70 degrees and we are over the moon, popping in pansies and wondering when the tomato plants will be ready. The next temps barely make it to a...