High Country Gardens on October 28th, 2011

Sometimes I think New Mexico Privet is the Rodney Dangerfield of native shrubs; it doesn’t get any respect.  Well that’s not entirely true as it is often specified in commercial landscaping jobs. But many homeowners and gardeners hear “privet” in the name and think “boring” and walk right past it in the nursery yard.   […]

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High Country Gardens on October 7th, 2011

I finished up my keynote talk before the Kansas State Advanced Master Gardener Training this morning in Manhattan, KS. As always, Master Gardeners are a great group of very interested, committed gardeners. And here I am in the middle of the Great Plains, with some time on my hands. As it so happens, I love […]

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