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The Garden of Peg Bier

Peg Bier is a local legend. She may be advanced in years, but she puts much younger gardeners to shame with her very large property. She speaks of her garden lovingly and shares how it has changed over the years to match the needs of her growing family. A fairy garden demonstrates how the garden… Continue reading The Garden of Peg Bier

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Lime in the Landscape

The garden awakens with a burst of color provided by spring bulbs and wildflowers, but they are a one act play. Soon their performance is over and they head backstage. Spring-blooming perennials are the second act, just as beautiful as the first but, like spring bulbs, their flowers are fleeting. In summer, perennials take turns… Continue reading Lime in the Landscape

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The Garden of Barbara Katz

Barbara Katz was not the original owner of this home. She came to know the house as its landscape designer. When Barbara heard the homeowners were selling the house, she couldn’t bear the thought of someone else caring for the beautiful gardens she had designed and tended. She and her husband purchased the gardens (and… Continue reading The Garden of Barbara Katz

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Garden Bloggers Fling – A Glimpse

Garden walks are awesome! We learn so much from observing how other gardeners garden. We discover new plants we just have to grow in our own gardens, original ways to combine flowers and foliage, innovative methods of growing, and fresh ideas on displaying garden décor. We may even find a solution to one of our… Continue reading Garden Bloggers Fling – A Glimpse

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Walk through my Early Summer Landscape

When you read this, I will probably be on a plane on my way to my first Garden Bloggers Fling in Washington, D.C. I am so excited to spend time with other garden-loving folks while walking through amazing public and private gardens in the nation’s capitol, Maryland and Virginia. And I can’t wait to share… Continue reading Walk through my Early Summer Landscape