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A Garden for Wildlife

VASHON ISLAND, WASHINGTON From Fine Gardening Magazine, for readers everywhere. Sara Van Fleet of U. Washington Seattle shows and describes her gorgeous, wildlife-friendly garden near Seattle.

Erica Glasener Visits Dan Crow’s Garden, Part 2

PERRY, MICHIGAN The 2nd of 4 “Gardener’s Diary” shows by horticulturist Erica Glasener about the garden of Dan Crow in Perry, Michigan. He’s owner of Outdoor Expressions. The show “A Gardener’s Diary” lasted for 14 years on HGTV and is much missed.

Landscape Partners and their Garden

LINCOLN, NE Nebraska Extension Landscape Horticulture Specialist Kim Todd interviews Charles Wegner about the planning of his wonderful home landscape. Visit Nebraska Extension’s Youtube Channel “Backyard Farmer” for lots more.

Go Wild, Go Native

MINNEAPOLIS, MN By the Nature Conservancy Get Wild, Go Native! Native gardening is good for our air, our water and us. Join our “Go Native” group to learn about all of the ways you can “Get Wild” in your life! Sign up at to receive monthly “Plant This, Not That” gardening tips and updates …Read more »

Field Trip to Maymont in Richmond VA

RICHMOND, VA By PlantPop: We travel to Richmond, Virginia to visit the grounds of Maymont, a 100-acre attraction that has been delighting visitors for over 90 years.

Ohio Native Plant Garden

OHIO Videographer Matthew Adolf writes: I filmed this documentary to give people a tour of my parents garden and native plants and flowers in Ohio.

Tour the Huntington Library Gardens

SAN MARINO, CALIFORNIA The extensive gardens of the Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens in San Marino, CA. cover 120 acres and feature 14,000 trees, plants and flowers from around the world.

Welcome to Hope’s Fun Garden!

GREENBELT, MARYLAND Hope’s delightful garden is in East Greenbelt, Maryland. She writes: Most of the blooms from my front garden are already gone, so I have added a garden bike with mums, and pots with zinnia and marigold. On my steps are pots of mandevilla (a favorite of mine), coleus and perslane. The perslanes are …Read more »

Powerful Hilltop Perspectives

AUSTIN, TX,  from Central Texas Gardener  When Travis County Master Gardener Kirk Walden and wife Valerie, an artist, bought their razed property overlooking Lake Austin, they gave it artful perspectives. Working with Botanical Concerns, they channeled the hillside’s flooding waters through dry creek beds. Terraced beds and berms partner texture, color, and wildlife habitat without obstructing …Read more »

Lurie Garden with Mike Nowak, Pt. 1

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS From Mike Nowak’s Dig in Chicago: Visit Lurie Gardens and discover what makes this rooftop garden so special.

Urban Chinese Vegetable Garden in New Haven, CT

NEW HAVEN, CONN By GardenClips. A visit to an urban Chinese vegetable garden in New Haven, CT – an example of urban guerilla gardening.  With host Eric Larson of the Marsh Botanical Garden at Yale University.

Garden of Whimsy, Spirituality and Renewal

AUSTIN, TX, by Central Texas Gardener Published on Apr 19, 2017 Shari and John Bauer hit creativity mode when they chance upon a piano left for trash, a rowboat buried in mud, or abandoned heirloom kettles. They see new life, poetry, and additions to their enchanting vintage vignettes. When they left Houston for sloping property …Read more »