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Kelly Clark is a certified Master Gardener living in Wisconsin (Hardiness Zone 5). She has been gardening since she was 10 and her expertise is mostly in shade gardens, although she enjoys all aspects of gardening â€“ Even weeding!
April 17, 2013
Â· Garden Writer Â· 4 Comments
Tags: coral bells, hostas, Hydrangea, Rain Garden, Run-off Gardens, shade Â· Posted in: Gardening in Fall, Gardening in Spring and Summer, How-Tos, Perennials
We are pleased to announce a series of guest garden bloggers throughout the year. This week we are excited to feature Charlie Nardozzi, a nationally recognized garden writer, speaker, radio, and television personality. In this week’s blog, he shares his experiences and expertise on shade gardening. Stay tuned throughout the gardening season for more guest bloggers from the gardening world.
January 5, 2012
Â· Charlie Nardozzi Â· 3 Comments
Tags: astilbes, bleeding hearts, coral bells, dicentra, heuchera, hosta, lungwort, pulmonaria, shade Â· Posted in: Gardening in Spring and Summer, How-Tos, Perennials
Is your perennial garden up to date? Now nobody is more interested in the old-fashioned flowers than I am, but over the last few years, there has been a quiet revolution going on in perennial circles concerning one of our native plants, and how they’ve been “improved” for home gardens. Imagine a neat, small plant […]