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Posts by Susan Harris:
- Amsonia, Aster and Capital Columns at the National Arboretum
- From Lawn to Portrait in Sand to Soccer Field
- Report from the Transition Zone: Sustainable Turfgrasses Tested at U.Md.
- 1952 Gardening Rule: “Display good taste and exercise restraint.”
- When Wildlife Gardens Look Like Gardens
- Potfuls of Coleus
- Give me spots on my apples and holes in my sweet potato vine
- Late-Summer Scenes from DC
- Partying with the Friends House Gardeners
- Support this Lawn-to-Prairie Make-Over
- B&B Garden Attracts Customers
- Murals without vandalism. How do they do that?
- Ruin Garden at Pittsburgh’s Mattress Factory – a Must-See?
- Blackwater Wildlife Refuge, Late August
- Who’s more controversial – Michelle Rhee or Scotts Miracle-Gro?
- Contrasting Gardens in Pittsburgh
- Pinterest tells us what you like
- Garden Affluence in Another Era
- How to Grow Bluebirds
- Garden Coaching by Rainer
Susan Harris’s discovery of blogging back in 2005 led to a second career as a garden writer. Her work appears in such magazines as Fine Gardening, Organic Gardening, and Landscape Architecture and online for independent garden centers.
In 2009 Susan brought together garden designers, communicators and growers to form the Lawn Reform Coalition to promote healthier landscapes, a cause she also promotes on her website about sustainable gardening.
Her latest project, launched in March of 2014, is DC Gardens, an all-volunteer campaign to promote DC-area gardens open to the public using photos and videos, and to be a resource for local gardeners.
Susan blogs and gardens in Greenbelt, Maryland, a “New Deal Utopia” just outside Washington, D.C. (Off-topic, check out Greenbelt Live, the community blog she started in mid-2012, and the companion Greenbelt Maryland Youtube Channel.)
Contact Susan via email or by leaving a comment here.