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What’s Your Favorite Garden Tool?

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What’s Your Favorite Garden Tool?
Gardeners from novice to professional know how valuable high-quality tools can be to make your gardening chores easier and more enjoyable.  It is always interesting to talk with the professionals and see what they use to groom and care for the beautiful gardens here at the Missouri Botanical Garden.  I interviewed some of the staff horticulturalists and other volunteer gardeners to get an idea of what favorite garden tool they use to get the job done.  Overwhelmingly they all answ...
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Posted in: Spring | Tags: tools , staff picks , pruning | Comments (0) | View Count: (1193)

Summertime Color in the Limelight

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Summertime Color in  the Limelight
In addition to the display from some evergreens such as azaleas and rhododendron, we are most often accustomed to a magnificent springtime show of flowers from many deciduous shrubs.  There are others, however, that begin their great display in mid summer and extend that beauty well into the fall. While we have become accustomed to the extended summertime bloom of many of the crape myrtles, It’s hard not to notice the show being put on by a number of the Hydrangea paniculata s...
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Posted in: Summer | Tags: hydrangea , shrubs , pruning | Comments (0) | View Count: (5113)
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