Posts in the Category: Gardening Tips

April is Landscape Architecture Month

By Posted in - Gardening Tips & Mark's Blog on April 1st, 2015 1 Comments


April is Landscape Architecture Month, which encompasses Earth Day on April 22nd  and  Frederick  Law  Olmstead’s  birthday  on April 26th.  Olmstead is considered to be the father of American landscape architecture, as is Andrew Jackson Downing who designed …

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Bye-Bye Winter Blues!

By Posted in - Gardening Tips & Mark's Blog on March 22nd, 2015 2 Comments

Floral Spring Fragrance…Yes Please!

There’s nothing better than the approach of spring when things start to come alive… except maybe one.  The idea that soon you’ll walk out into your yard, take a deep breath, and realize all your …

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Add Natives That Require Less Water

By Posted in - Gardening Tips on March 11th, 2015 2 Comments

On this 95 degree day, you may want to think about replacing your plants with more eco-friendly choices that will require less water each week.

Some plants require water almost everyday.  You don’t need to replace all of …

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An Apple A Day

By Posted in - Gardening Tips on January 29th, 2014 0 Comments

Featured Image (Above) :
Walled North West Washington, DC Garden perfect vehicle for espalier fruit trees.

You can eat an apple a day when you grow them in your own garden. Apple trees are readily available with …

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September Gardening List : Day 3

By Posted in - Gardening Tips on September 3rd, 2013 0 Comments

 This weekend it’s all about September Gardening.  There are so many things to do this month that we’ve decided to make it a three day event.  Today, it’s all about water and your garden spaces. 


Maintain …

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