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Geranium maderense (Cranesbill) From the 2022 Mary Lou Heard Memorial Garden Tour via Instagram [Photography]

By Douglas E. Welch on Jul 19, 2022 11:18 am

Geranium maderense (Cranesbill) From the 2022 Mary Lou Heard Memorial Garden Tour via Instagram [Photography]

2022 Mary Lou Heard Memorial Garden Tour

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Succulent Gutter Planting Panorama from 2022 Mary Lou Heard Memorial Garden Tour [Video]

By Douglas E. Welch on Jul 18, 2022 09:09 pm

Succulent Gutter Planting Panorama from 2022 Mary Lou Heard Memorial Garden Tour – A Gardener's Notebook  [Video]

2022 Mary Lou Heard Memorial Garden Tour

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Best Flowers to Plant in Fall – 12+ Fall Flowers to Plant via Food52 [Shared]

By Douglas E. Welch on Jul 18, 2022 04:48 pm

Best Flowers to Plant in Fall – 12+ Fall Flowers to Plant

Best Flowers to Plant in Fall - 12+ Fall Flowers to Plant via Food52 [Shared]

Even the best cared-for yard can look a little worn by the end of the summer when many plants are covered with powdery mildew, a widespread and easily identified plant disease (for reassurance, it does not kill the plant, it’s just unsightly). Planting some fall-blooming flowers for a fresh look is a perfect remedy to perk up your yard.

Fall is also the time to plant spring-blooming bulbs that provide the color splashes we crave after a long winter.

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Pseudogynoxys chenopodioides, the Mexican flamevine From the 2022 Mary Lou Heard Memorial Garden Tour via Instagram [Photography]

By Douglas E. Welch on Jul 18, 2022 04:09 pm

Pseudogynoxys chenopodioides, the Mexican flamevine From the 2022 Mary Lou Heard Memorial Garden Tour via Instagram [Photography]

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A Moment in the Garden [Video]

By Douglas E. Welch on Jul 18, 2022 10:17 am

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Garden Scene 16, Back garden entrance From the 2022 Mary Lou Heard Memorial Garden Tour via Instagram [Photography]

By Douglas E. Welch on Jul 15, 2022 02:08 pm

Garden Scene 16, Back garden entrance From the 2022 Mary Lou Heard Memorial Garden Tour via Instagram [Photography]

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Gardening 101: Button Fern via Gardenista [Shared]

By Douglas E. Welch on Jul 13, 2022 02:08 pm

I am not a big houseplant fan. I prefer my plants outdoors where I can be messy when watering and performing other maintenance. (SMILE) That said, here is an in-depth look at one houseplant that might fit your needs – and perhaps mine. – Douglas

Gardening 101: Button Fern – Gardenista

Gardening 101: Button Fern via Gardenista [Shared]

Lately I’ve been in the market for a houseplant to add some life to my small apartment bathroom. My two requirements: It must be able to survive in the windowless and humid atmosphere of a Manhattan bathroom, and it can’t be too spiky (lest I accidentally bump into it after a shower). I’ve finally found the perfect solution: the button fern. These petite houseplants have soft, velvety leaves and thrive in humidity. Here’s what you need to know before adopting your own button fern.

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