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A Blogger’s Lament

A productive weekend is behind me.  I’ve re-organized the shed, wired in a new light for the barn cats, planted ...

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My Favorite Turfgrass? Sheep Fescue!

Guest post by Thomas Christopher Enhancing biodiversity is fundamental to transforming lawns from the polluted green deserts that they now ...

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A Whole Different Spin on Pot Planting

There have been very few opportunities for even the most avid of gardeners to plant bright red geraniums in an ...

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Do Trees Have Rights?

Let us consider the non-mobile, those who live at a slower speed than humans, those who conduct many “activities of ...

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The High Line backlash

For those of you who haven’t had a chance to visit the High Line yet, I’m sorry to have to ...

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Ask not for whom the lily beetle tolls

Keeping calm and carrying on under the shadow of the lily beetle Finally, they’re here. For at least 5 years, ...

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Brooklyn Botanic Garden Shuts Down Science Department

Names venerating 73 botanists are inscribed in the frieze and below the windows of BBG’s landmarked Laboratory Admin building, built ...