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livingfence
by Pam Roy, edited by Bruce Gaudette

Don’t want to feel fenced in as you garden?  An alternative to fencing a garden is a ‘living fence.’  A well-planned planting buffer nicely frames a garden and provides privacy…

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latebloomers
by Pam Roy, edited by Bruce Gaudette

Ahhh…this is the time of the year to be out enjoying the garden.  All those early spring and summer hours of weeding have paid off, the planting beds are a…

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Sorticulture 2010
by Pam Roy, edited by Bruce Gaudette

Just back from a fun week of creating a display garden for Sorticulture, the Everett Garden Arts Festival.  If you missed it this year, be sure to put it on…

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tomatoes
by Pam Roy, edited by Bruce Gaudette

Ahh, tomatoes.   During last summer’s unusually dry, hot weather, everyone had an abundance of ripe, juicy tomatoes in their garden.  Will it happen again this year? Tomatoes like heat and…

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edibles
by Pam Roy, edited by Bruce Gaudette

Beyond rows.  Vegetables without borders.  Delicious and delightful.  These are terms that come to mind when I think about adding edibles to the ornamental beds in a garden.  All too…

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