Thank You!

John and I want to thank everyone who has recommended our Nursery to fellow gardeners looking for unusual plants. Not a day goes by that we do not hear from…

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The Garden In November

By Rachel Anderson, Certified Professional Horticulturalist The garden in November tends to not be very beautiful. I don’t mean to be a Negative Nellie here but take a look around.…

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The Garden In October

By Rachel Anderson, Certified Professional Horticulturist One of my favorite things about being a gardener is knowing that nothing stays the same.  Things change all the time, whether it’s because…

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The Garden In August

By Rachel Anderson, Certified Professional Horticulturist Hallelujah!  Let the good news ring down from above and echo in all the valleys!  My crepe myrtle is going to bloom this year!…

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The Garden In July

By Rachel Anderson, Certified Professional Horticulturist In the words of Shel Silverstein: It’s hot! I can’t get cool, I’ve drunk a quart of lemonade. I think I’ll take my shoes…

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The Garden In June

By Rachel Anderson, Certified Professional Horticulturist I recently received a gift in the form of  Linda Chalker-Scott’s latest book, How Plants Work.  Yeah, I know most of us get the…

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The Garden In May

By Rachel Anderson, Certified Professional Horticulturalist I have become fond of the verse, Earth laughs in flowers.  The verse is taken from several lines in Ralph Waldo Emerson’s poem Hamatreya…

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The Garden In April

By Rachel Anderson, Certified Professional Horticulturist Hang on to your hats everyone!  Spring has officially begun and the fever is running high. I realize that it has been feeling like Spring…

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The Garden In March

By Rachel Anderson, Certified Professional Horticulturalist While I was at the Flower and Garden show last month, I came across the coolest seed company. They’re called the Hudson Valley Seed…

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The Garden In February

By Rachel Anderson, Certified Professional Horticulturist I realize it’s winter, but it doesn’t feel like it. I think I have spring fever, but it’s only February. Our winters are very…

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The Garden In January

By Rachel Anderson, Certified Professional Horticulturalist Happy New Year, everyone!  I hope you all had a festive and joyous holiday!  I am pretty glad when the holidays are over because…

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The Garden in December

by Rachel Anderson, Certified Professional Horticulturist There’s not too much to do in the garden in December, which is a good thing because I know we all get so busy…

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