Nature, wildlife, and how gardening affects the environment.
We know a lot more these days about how our gardens can support (or harm) wildlife and, like no doubt many of you, I'm leaving as many leaves in place [...]
If you recall my rant about the utterly sterile, sad graveyard I noticed in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, in this post I'm raving about the exact opposite cemetery. Its founder envisioned [...]
State Department’s Smart, Biodiverse Landscaping is Spreading Around the World, One Embassy at a Time
Entrance garden includes Hesperaloe parviflora, the pink flower seen here. It's a favorite of hummingbirds. I'm back with another Ed Snodgrass story, this one about a tour of [...]
I wanted to write a garden story with a dozen pictures of pulchritude, but it felt somehow dishonest. Dragging hoses around for weeks has worn me out. At least [...]
Ed Snodgrass is best known for the green roof plants he grows at his nursery in Maryland and his green-roof consulting around the world. After first visiting his "farm" in [...]