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Vermiculture: As The Worms Turn May 3, 16 2:11 PM

The worms crawl in, the worms crawl out. And in between, they eat organic waste and excrete black gold for gardeners.

“Red... more

Design A Niche Bedroom May 2, 16 10:11 AM

Along with outdoor fire pits, outdoor kitchens, outdoor meditation rooms and soaking tubs, the most current client... more

A Huck Finn Moment Apr 29, 16 9:23 AM

So, I had a Huck Finn moment last week.

A friend sent me pictures of a tree she had just walked past on... more

Know Your Roses Apr 28, 16 4:08 PM

Gardeners all live and grow by certain seasonal clues. We carefully watch for the first crocus flower, the first daffodil,... more

Running Late With Magnolias Apr 24, 16 9:59 AM

A few years ago I wrote a column about magnolias, and I admit that I have a special place in my horticultural heart for this... more

Taming Wisteria Apr 17, 16 5:41 PM

In last week’s column we began to take a look at the magnificent and exotic woody vine known as wisteria. It comes... more

Madoo, Bridge Gardens Sow The Seeds Of A New Season Apr 11, 16 10:20 AM

Madoo Conservancy in Sagaponack and Bridge Gardens in Bridgehampton have already officially opened, but there is no shortage of... more

LongHouse Celebrates 25 Years Apr 11, 16 10:03 AM

LongHouse Reserve is a place for passion, a home for innovation, an environment for creativity, where art and nature live side... more

Stifle Stuffiness With White Apr 11, 16 9:42 AM

As spring rushes upon us in shades of chartreuse, lemon, daffodil-yellow, lavender and blue, the ever-presence of white stands... more

Wisteria Mysteria Apr 10, 16 11:45 AM

Wisteria is a wonderful vine that evokes images of exotic Asian gardens, pergolas covered with its pendulous flowers and stately... more

Horticultural Alliance To Host Talk On Stones And Land Art Apr 5, 16 7:35 AM

Being a terrestrian at heart,” writes Dan Snow in his book “Listening to Stone,” coining a word of his... more

Pansies In All Their Brilliant Faces Apr 2, 16 11:36 AM

Walk into any garden center at this time of the year and you can’t help but be struck by the sights and scents of the... more

Spring, Season Of Dread Mar 27, 16 5:14 PM

It’s spring, or what I now think of as the season of dread. Oh sure, snowdrops, crocuses and narcissus dot... more

Picking Up The Pieces After A Devastating House Fire Mar 27, 16 4:52 PM

At 3:15 a.m. on March 3, a friend called Theresa Kiernan to deliver one of the most devastating pieces of news a person could receive.

Her... more

Starting Early, Ending Late Mar 27, 16 4:20 PM

As you may have noticed, spring can be a very fickle time of the year. You can have days in the 70s in March, and in a flash... more
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