It was encouraging to hear of the interest sparked from our recent posting on deer damage in the landscape and gardens. Most likely an indication that so many of us battle the deer presence that continues to put pressure on… Continue Reading
Every year on May 20th, World Bee Day is celebrated! The purpose of this international day is to celebrate and acknowledge the role that bees and other pollinators have on our ecosystem.
History of World Bee Day:
This day is… Continue Reading
Damage caused by deer brings significant disappointment to gardeners, horticulturists, and homeowners, not to mention serious damage to agriculture crops. Yet, many people (not I) have a love-affair seeing deer move about in their yard. It is understandable I guess,… Continue Reading
In gardening design, especially when the goal is to reveal the most of a vivid color, grouping, or massing of the plant with that flower color, achieves the most impact. From my days working in theme parks, we resorted to… Continue Reading
The pandemic is not over yet, but many greenhouses are up and operating again. To ensure everyone’s safety, there are precautions & conversations to be had.
Many businesses are facing these challenges of how to keep their workers safe while… Continue Reading