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Forced forsythia branches along with potted daffodils add a touch of spring indoors. (Photo (c) Hilda M. Morrill)

Seasonal Chores
& Observations

The mountains of snow are slowly disappearing, helped along by recent rains and warmer temperatures.

It’s sad to see the damage done to so many of our shrubs by what has been called our “nightmare” and “unrelenting” winter. So many branches broken... Read More...


Ireland's Shamrocks

Potatoes and St. Patrick's Day

Replacing Potting Soil in Containers

Fertilizer: Organic vs. Inorganic

March 31, 2015

Tuesday, March 31 - Sunday, April 26 in Bristol
Daffodil Days at Blithewold Gardens & Arboretum

Tuesday, March 31 in Norwood
Plant This with That - Norwood Evening Garden Club - Lecture

Wednesday, April 01 in Wellesley
Sustainable Landscapes for Life - Mass Hort Society - Lecture

Wednesday, April 01 in Cambridge
Native Meadows: Let's Get Real - Free Lecture by Larry Weaner

Thursday, April 02 in Medford
Edible Garden Design - Medford Garden Club - Free Lecture

Friday, April 03 - Friday, April 24 in Bristol
Daffodils at Dusk - Blithewold Gardens - Walk

Tuesday, April 07 in Andover
The Joy of Herbs - Andover Garden Club - Lecture

Wednesday, April 08 in Somerville
Plant Propagation Techniques - Somerville Garden Club - Free Admission

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Carolyn Weston, Director of the Flower & Garden Show, congratulates Paul Miskovksy at the Preview Party regarding the LDC Award. Photo (c) Hilda M. Morrill

Landscape Design Council Presents Awards

The Landscape Design Council (LDC) of Massachusetts presented three awards at the 2015 Boston Flower & Garden Show recently held at the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston.

The winners were: Miskovsky Landscaping, jointly with Haskell Nursery; Magma Design Group, Inc.; and the Massachusetts Horticultural Society.

The LDC panel of judges was made up of LDC board members Jana Milbocker of Holliston, Mary Bowen Nokes of Lexington, and Frances Wheeler of West Boxford. Linda Corapi of Stoneham served as clerk...



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