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Chiot's Run

A chronicle of an organic life.

Latest Post: February 22, 2019
Friday Favorite: Renee’s Garden Seeds

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If you’ve been reading here for a while you know how much I like Renee’s Garden Seeds. Not only does Renee do lots of wonderful things to encourage gardening (like donating seeds to school gardens), her seeds are specifically chosen for the small home gardener. One of my favorite things about...
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Growing with plants

Gardening tips,garden design, organic gardening, cut flower ideas,...

Latest Post: February 20, 2019
The Joy (and Pain) of Growing Citrus Indoors

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It's citrus season here in New England! At least, in my greenhouse where at least 10 varieties of citrus can be picked on any day in February. While easy to grow in a cool greenhouse, indoors, citrus need a little extra special care - here are my tips. I'm often asked about how to grow citrus...
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Digging

Gardening wisely & beautifully in a hot climate

Latest Post: February 20, 2019
Read This: Wildflowers of Texas

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February 20, 2019An advance guard of bluebonnets scattered across the grassy shoulder of MoPac at Bee Cave Road augurs blue battalions soon to arrive. When they do, green roadsides will surrender and turn sky-blue, touching off the annual frenzy of … Read More The post Read This: Wildflowers of...
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Garden Therapy

DIY Garden Projects, Yummy Recipes, & Crafty Goodness

Latest Post: February 20, 2019
Common Garden Herbs for a Skin Care Apothecary

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Healing herbs and gorgeous flower petals make wonderful ingredients in natural skin care products. You may be surprised at how many of the ingredients are common garden plants, many of which you may... Please see the full article on https://GardenTherapy.ca
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Garden Rant

Uprooting the Gardening World

Latest Post: February 20, 2019
Keep Your friends Close, Keep Your Anemones Closer

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I have a sentimental weakness for my children, and I spoiled them. I’m talking about my two masculine children, Tom and Fredo. And I had high hopes they would share my love and talent for athletics. We moved to a bigger house in 1995 when they were seven and nine and needed some lawn for […]
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Studio G, Garden Design & Landscape Inspiration

Garden design & landscape inspiration, gardens inspiration, Outdoor...

Latest Post: February 18, 2019
Planting design Inspired by Arielle Vey’s Photography

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I’ve got planting on the brain.  My planting design boot camp is currently enrolling for March 1st, 2019, and this week I start a new gig talking about plants live on nationwide TV. Even though it is literally snowing right now my brain is all plants, plants, plants! Check out this image by...
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Cold Climate Gardening

Hardy plants for hardy souls

Latest Post: February 16, 2019
Growing The Earliest Blooms: The Challenge Continues

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Challenging myself to learn more about plants by trying new techniques and by researching and growing unfamiliar plants helps me grow as a gardener--and as a person. It's all about being a hardy soul and not letting winter get the best of me. Read what I've been up to the last month and let me...
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Serenity in the Garden

A garden blog about plants, gardens, landscape design ideas and...

Latest Post: February 15, 2019
Time to Renew Your Garden Tools

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Every year I repost this at the right time.  Now is the time! - Jan Winter is the time to get your garden tools in shape... hand tools such as shovels, picks, trowels, loppers, etc. should be cleaned, sharpened and well oiled. Steel wool can clean off any rust or caked-on dirt. And pure white...
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Natural Gardening

Latest Post: February 15, 2019
Heading back to the US

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Gardening has been on my mind, as I assessed what quick-growing veggie seeds that I have in Canada currently.  I've been working on my programs for spring, too, so that's reminded me of timing, "tasks," etc. I'm in good shape with my supply of seeds here.  I'm hopeful for excellent transplants...
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Shawna Coronado

Making a Difference Every Day

Latest Post: February 5, 2019
Purple Basil is a Great Ornamental Edible

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Purple basil is a colorful addition to any flower or herb garden, particularly as a filler or edger. With a strong, almost spicy aroma, purple basil can contribute to your garden with aroma as well as its bold foliage. An additional benefit is that it is useful seasoning in Italian, Greek,...
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Plants are the Strangest People

PATSP is a long-winded, intermittently humorous blog which is mostly...

Latest Post: February 5, 2019
Anthurium no. 1733 "Jayyvon Monroe"

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Jayyvon isn't doing anything bizarre that needs explanation like 1332 Alexis Gabrielle Sherrington or 1715 Tyler Linoleum; I'm giving him a post anyway because he's so pretty. Seed parent is 0108 Deena Sequins, who herself was descended from the NOID purple, so that might explain the color....
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You Grow Girl

Gardening for the People.

Latest Post: February 1, 2019
Gardens Are Alive

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Some would say there is too much going on here. That it lacks cohesiveness. But when I pass by this now empty stretch of concrete (the garden has been gone for years), it feels deadened and lifeless. I’ll take colourful and vibrant over lifeless any day. Don’t ever let anyone tell you your garden...
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Backyard Gardening Blog

Latest Post: January 30, 2019
Growing Petunias Indoors

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I have a pretty neat house, and one of my favorite features is a giant skylight over a stairwell. I’ve wanted to grow flowers in window boxes around those stairs, and it gets essentially full sun despite being indoors, however there are a couple caveats in that I have to use window boxes with no […]
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