A conversation with Talis Bergmanis
May 19, 2023
A visit to this garden is an extraordinary opportunity not to be missed.
Still waiting… (It’s spring, but doesn’t feel like it yet)
March 21, 2023
Spring has sprung, but progress has slowed. I waited all winter for March. Now it’s here and all I want is for it to be April. Slow progress isn’t no progress, though, and I’ve been battling rabbits, coaxing seedlings to life, and smothering sod for a new bed.
Wintry mix: first signs of spring
February 16, 2023
Welcome 2023! It may not seem like it now, but spring is on the way. I kickoff the new season with a recap of what I’ve been doing since I last posted in December, and what I’m planning for the new year.
Saving pollinators, one yard at a time
December 15, 2022
Recently I happened upon this article from the New York Times. “They Fought the Law. And the Lawn Lost” describes a Maryland couple’s fight against their homeowners’ association over their pollinator garden. Guess what happened?
Certifiable: Why you should get a sign for your garden
November 8, 2022
People are more likely to appreciate native plantings if they recognize that they’re intentional. For this reason, experts recommend presenting unfamiliar plantings with familiar elements, called “cues to care.”