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Hands on help from second graders at Bay Farm School. Photo: Ethan Bodnar

Bay Farm Elementary School

Hands on help from second graders at Bay Farm School.

Retired man sculpts hedge into a 100-foot-long dragon

Retired man sculpts hedge into a 100-foot-long dragon

May John Brooker with his dragon shaped hedge, East Rudham. Good on you John (St.

Today the UW Farm is a clean and productive growing site overlooking the Union Bay Natural Area on the University of Washington campus. Photo: Nathan Haan

The UW Farm

Today the UW Farm is a clean and productive growing site overlooking the Union Bay Natural Area on the University of Washington campus.

...while younger kids burn off energy in the garden. Photo: Ethan Bodnar

Bay Farm Elementary School

while younger kids burn off energy in the garden.

Eight rules for creating a satisfying garden that is neither fussy nor…

Eight rules for creating a satisfying garden that is neither fussy nor constraining.

Tending the plants and harvesting takes place daily on the rooftop garden at STEM Kitchen|Garden, a farm-to-table restaurant in San Francisco topped with an on-site farm. Photo: courtesy of Farmscape

A Farm on the Roof in the City

Tending the plants and harvesting takes place daily on the rooftop garden at STEM Kitchen

African blue basil is one of many delicate herbs—a high value crop—produced on…

A Farm on the Roof in the City

African blue basil is one of many delicate herbs—a high value crop—produced on the rooftop STEM farm. Photo: courtesy of Farmscape

WOW farm flowers cultivates blossoms and responsibility

Spring 2015

WOW farm flowers cultivates blossoms and responsibility

openhouse shop gallery paradise plants hivernacle garden center in Barcelona, Spain @the plant journal

this morning i went to paradise : plants : hivernacle garden center : barcelona : the plant journal

Squirrel house

A squirrel house that can be used for shelter from predators, from cold weather and for providing a den for a breeding pair of squirrels to build a nest for raising a family of young squirrels, having

Cultivating Place today (July 14), I'm joined by Debra Prinzing - the woman herself whose gardening, writing, thinking and advocacy led to the books (she's written around 11 at this point!): "The 50-Mile Bouquet" and "Slow Flowers". Debra is a leader and driving force behind a renewed American Grown Flowers market awareness, a resurgence in American flower farming and the Slow Flowers movement. I am thrilled that she joins me in conversation about her work. more: www.mynspr.org.

Cultivating Place today (July 14), I'm joined by Debra Prinzing - the woman herself whose gardening, writing, thinking and advocacy led to the books (she's written around 11 at this point!): "The 50-Mile Bouquet" and "Slow Flowers". Debra is a leader and driving force behind a renewed American Grown Flowers market awareness, a resurgence in American flower farming and the Slow Flowers movement. I am thrilled that she joins me in conversation about her work. more: www.mynspr.org.

Moorish to Modern: Ancient lessons for contemporary gardens by Christine Edstrom O'hara

Moorish to Modern

Moorish to Modern: Ancient lessons for contemporary gardens by Christine Edstrom O'hara

Bob Hyland, peripatetic plantsman & garden designer. Hyland Garden Design Portland, OR

Hyland Garden Design Portland, OR

Heat-loving edible crops benefit from the shelter of the Farm Song Farm hoop house and produce a bountiful harvest. Photo: Sandy Scott

Frog Song Farm

Heat-loving edible crops benefit from the shelter of the Farm Song Farm hoop house and produce a bountiful harvest.

Berry picker made from pvc pipe - what a great idea, the berry rolls through the tube into a bag at the other end.

BERRY PICKER

DIY Berry Picker: This berry picker is made out of PVC pipe. Heat is used to shape the plastic. Two "fingers" at the working end do the picking. The berry then falls through the pipe and lands in a plastic bag tied to the other end.

You will certainly see some type of dragonfly visit your water feature where they will lay their eggs. Dragonflies are voracious carnivores during the water phase of their life. Photo: Sabrina Howell

Water for Wildlife

You will certainly see some type of dragonfly visit your water feature where they will lay their eggs. Dragonflies are voracious carnivores during the water phase of their life.

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