Dan Gill looks back on 30 years of writing about garden trends and tips

Thirty years ago, in the third week of June 1992, I began writing for the Times-Pickuun Garden. It was an experiment at first. The organizers wanted to see how they liked it. As the months went by, I realized that I was doing the right thing because they did not ask me to stop. And, … Read more

Dan Gill looks back on 30 years of writing about garden trends and tips

Thirty years ago, in the third week of June 1992, I began writing for the Times-Pickuun Garden. It was an experiment at first. The organizers wanted to see how they liked it. As the months went by, I realized that I was doing the right thing because they did not ask me to stop. And, … Read more

Chamberlain weeds are a growing scourge in local gardens; Here’s how to manage them

Gardener Dan Gill answers readers’ questions each week. Send inquiries to gnogardening@agcenter.lsu.edu. I have a weed with nine to 11 tiny leaflets on the trunk and it reminds me of a small mimosa tree. It is very invasive. It grows in lawns and is also found in garden beds. I had it last year and … Read more

The Art of Flowering in West Newbury

West Newbury – When it comes to creativity, “Nature never disappoints us,” says Margo Pulman, a floral designer at the local Pliny Aerospace and Boston Art Museum. This is what makes wisdom so perfect in the garden. The event, organized by the West Nubery Garden Club in collaboration with the City Cultural Council, is a … Read more

The United States will record strengths and opportunities for improvement during the Carthage tour with Bloom’s advisers

Carthage, mo. – Two professional volunteer consultants from the United States visited Carthage this week to see the beauty of the city in Vision Carthage. Counselors Cheryl Corson and Tim France received arms from members of the community and Vision Carthage on Monday and Tuesday, the mission of which is to promote and revitalize Carthage … Read more

Glory Community Vegetable Provides Burger, Knowledge and Micro Chips

Saturday was a celebration of the Community Garden, a free burger for everyone and a booth with lots of booths on a variety of topics. Kerrville Pets Live! It was designed to free pets microchips, and by the end of the event it had slaughtered about 50 animals. Glory Community Garden, 200 West Davis St., … Read more

Xeriscaping and Western Garden pioneer David Salman dies at 65

Salman introduced more than 60 plants and led the way for sustainable and water-wise landscaping. press release – June 13, 2022 11 ፡ 00 00 MDT Santa Fe, NM, June 13, 2022 (Newswire.com) – David Salman — a pioneer in water art gardening, a passionate botanist and an amazing historian — passed away on Sunday, … Read more

How Leslie Bennett came to create eye-catching and soul-feeding gardens.

Portrait Rachel Well; Garden: Caitlin Atkinson left: Leslie Bennett collects flowers and vegetables at home in Oakland. right: Apricot and pomegranate trees are mixed with beds planted with blueberries, roses and shrubs. Leslie Bennett has no plans to become a gardener. Landscape Designer, based in Oakland, California, is a Harvard graduate with a degree in … Read more

A village grows in the area of ​​New Covington Children’s Garden

In the West 30 neighborhood of Covington Children’s Garden, not only did all kinds of produce grow, but something else was planted deep. Martin Luther King Jr. Kindergarten June 4 brings together a community known for its strength on Harvest Day. The garden had two purposes: to deliver the project to the children and to … Read more