Monthly Archives: April 2014


Originally posted on APLD Connecticut Chapter:
By Christine Darnell On a wintry weekend in January, a former student and I traveled to Swarthmore Arboretum in Swarthmore, Pennsylvania to hear W. Gary Smith lecture on his superb book, From Art To…

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Iron in the Garden

Originally posted on Garden Shoots:
I have a thing about ornamental metal work in the garden. I like it a lot, if it’s well designed and works with the space it’s in. There are so many ways to use it – benches…

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The Blushing Beauties of the Spring Garden

Originally posted on Fine Foliage:
Many Japanese maples exhibit beautiful spring color We expect the color blast in our spring garden to come from flowers – daffodils, tulips, bleeding heart and primroses  are just a few I am enjoying in my own…

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