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Compost Each Spring, The Planet Digs It!

One of the most important and intriguing classes I’ve ever taken in my landscape education, was about the soil. It is the foundation and the environmental anchor of the landscape. If your soil isn’t healthy, your garden will suffer.   Much like our own bodies, we will only get out of it, what we put …

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Gardening From the Ground Up.

This blog was inspired by all the neighbors I have seen accepting deliveries of “Red Death” as a foundation of their gardens. My first thought…You should have called me…the second, you will be calling me later to ask why your plants died :-/ For those of you curious of what “Red Death” refers to, that is the term us …

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Preparing New Beds? It’s All in the Soil…

This is the time when we are all excited to get out into our yard and make some new space to plant new gardens, create new beds or perhaps you are just looking to re-vamp some old ones, but before you do consider the soil. Soil is one of the most important elements of the …

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