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Recreating that Vintage Garden

When it comes to old houses, it’s not often that you’ll find one with its original garden elements. Wood arbors and fences ...



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White for Fall

They used to say you’re not supposed to wear white shoes after the first of September but in the garden, white is the great ...



Spotlights
From Home Garden to Production Garden

Home garden or production garden? This space does both.



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From the Editor - May/Jun 2014

At the end of February I spent a couple of weeks in a suburb south of San Francisco, doing grandma duty while my daughter ...



Columns
Lawn Chaney’s Turf Talk

Editor’s Note: Though he acknowledged that it is bad form for a writer to miss a deadline, especially when it is only ...


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