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May 23, 2012

Intro to Meadows, Seed Banks and Plant Surprises

OK, an up-front confession – I’m a meadow-a-holic. I’m one of those people squarely in the camp of “there’s too much mown turf grass lawn and not nearly enough natural meadow”. I have a nice meadow that’s a little over 2 acres and I’ll be posting about it quite a bit. There is SO much to write about regarding meadows […]
May 18, 2012

Weeds, Seedlings and Plant ID

WEEDS and SELF_SOWN “GOOD GUYS” Spring and the renewal of growth in our garden beds and other plantings raises a lot of questions about gardening and landscaping techniques and philosophies. One of the key questions that always comes to my mind is – is that a weed or not? The answer to this question and the actions one may or […]
March 29, 2012

Spring Clean-up – A different approach

Since we are officially at the beginning of spring, an appropriate topic to touch on is spring bed clean-up. This is definitely an area where things can differ tremendously between natural landscaping and other approaches to landscaping. First, I need to note that natural landscaping proponents (such as me!) advocate leaving the majority of plantings “up” for winter. In autumn […]
March 23, 2012

Welcome and Introduction

Welcome to my blog. Straight to the point – why should you spend some time with this? Because you may just learn something! What I intend to write about is my personal (and I hope unique) perspective on what I call “natural” landscaping. I do not plan on lecturing on the reasons why one should go about their landscape in […]
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