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The lure of a meadow

July 28, 2017

With rising interest in naturalistic planting—in public spaces like New York City’s High Line and private homes like those featured in Planting in a Post-Wild World—the meadow is getting its well-deserved day in the sun. In The American Meadow Garden, John Greenlee and Saxon Holt meditate on the beauty and functionality of cultivating grassland ecologies:

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Dog urine: a pain in the grass

June 13, 2012

This week’s Garden Problem Solver question is from Kelli from Eagle, Colorado, who asked about dogs urinating on the grass, and won a copy of Decoding Gardening Advice by Jeff Gillman and Meleah Maynard (the source of this week’s answer). Q: I have a beautiful female English Pointer and her urine is killing the grass! Is there […]

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