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‘The pandemic lit a fire inside me’: how three high-fliers retrained as garden designers | Gardens

A table and chairs covered in lichen; a grubby patio; an overgrown bed teeming with weeds … those of us with outdoor space all have corners that need attention. And…

Aedas Designs Garden City in Shanghai

Aedas Designs Garden City in Shanghai Courtesy of Aedas Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/970050/aedas-designs-garden-city-in-shanghai Aedas revealed its design for a mixed-use development in Shanghai, a mid-rise…

Woman brings landscaping business from Florida to West Michigan

SPRING LAKE — What do you do if your landscaping is lacking and you don’t have the time or knowledge to fix it? You call Claudia Perez-Gianoli. Perez-Gianoli, originally from…

Preserving Humphry Repton’s Big Reveal

Repton was a prominent 19th-century English landscape gardener who took an innovative approach to illustrating design proposals for his clients’ gardens, many of which are compiled in an elaborate gold-tooled…

Ypsilanti Township is now home to a garden boasting 1,300 native Michigan wildflowers. How it took shape

YPSILANTI TOWNSHIP, MI – What was once just a grassy field next to a children’s play structure in Sugarbrook Park is now bursting with life. Some 1,300 wildflowers — among…

Produce fresh from the garden | Tony Tomeo | Home & Garden

Plants notice it before people do. They respond accordingly. Vegetative growth slows or stops completely. Most remaining bloom does likewise. Fruit and seed finish developing. Less fresh produce is available…

Some guidelines for choosing the perfect tree | Home & Garden

Q • I want to plant a new tree in front of my house, but I don’t want to find out I selected the wrong tree 10 years from now.…

Things to do in the garden this week | Home & Garden

123rf.com 123rf.com{!–p:CAP credit full–}{!–p:CAP credit full–}{!–p:CAP credit full–}{!–p:CAP credit full–} • Top-dress turfgrass with compost or milorganite now. This is best done after the lawn is core-aerated first. There’s no…