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Historic Clifton Nurseries

During an autumn trip to London, I was fortunate to finally visit historic Clifton Nursery and its shops. One of the main reasons I travel is to see new gardens, discover new plants, and be impressed by innovative displays. This … Continue reading

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Myrtle: An Herb To Know

  I grew myrtle for several years, especially to use as a small tree or shrub in container fairy gardens.  They have tiny, very glossy green leaves.  I’ve been thinking of getting some started again, because I love them as … Continue reading

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Green Meatballs

Years ago I attended a gardening seminar featuring a noted garden designer.  Her presentation was basically “Things to Avoid,” with a variety of photographs on the big screen of various gardens, many of which were located in nearby areas.  What … Continue reading

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