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I have to keep reminding myself this week that it is still March! With Easter in the past and the daffodils and star magnolias in full bloom everywhere, it sure feels like April to me. Never mind the crazy chaos happening on every front at...

This July, I am organizing a trip to England to visit gardens. I have wanted to go to England for as long as I can remember. I have studied the work of Christopher Lloyd, Vita Sackville-West, Gertrude Jekyll, Adrian Bloom. I have dreamed of this...

The word from the local weather forecasters is that this week, the temperatures will reach 70 degrees! Wow! That puts me and all my staff into high gear. This week, we have already received 18 pallets of Coast of Maine compost and soils. The shop is...

I don't know about you, but every day the sun is shining and it's not freezing outside, I long to work in my yard. My husband and my neighbors are probably all rolling their eyes to see me outside already, but there is so much...

March is here, and it's time to get organized for your spring garden. Lucky for you, this Saturday is GROW DAY, an all-day seminar about growing food and creating the best organic yard you possibly can. A small part of my tomato harvest last year, along...

When you get to the flower show this week, be sure to download their new App. Download the CT Flower & Garden Show app and make sure to visit our booth for a chance to win plants, prizes and more! You can use the app to...

After suffering through the coldest winter weekend of 2016, I am thrilled to be heading up to the CT Convention Center in Hartford for the Flower and Garden Show this Thursday through Sunday. Actually, my staff and I will be spending the entire week there,...

Last Saturday, I was thrilled to speak to a large group at the CT Horticultural Society's Winter Symposium. My talk focused on Plants with a Purpose, a theme that you will see woven into absolutely everything we will be doing this year at Natureworks. I...

Our glorious spring weather has temporarily disappeared and the reality of February in CT has returned. What a perfect excuse to gather together with like-minded garden lovers and talk plants! You will have many opportunities to do so in the coming weeks, starting with this...

This year, the buzz all around us is about planting for pollinators. Many of our native bees as well as honeybees are declining in numbers; some may have already become extinct. This is due to many factors including pesticide use, loss of habitat, the fragmentation...