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Articles written by New England Wild Flower Society's horticulture staff which provide various tips for improving your home landscape.
Cashing in those ubiquitous autumn leaves
Tips on buidling your very own bog
Is Bambi eating you out of house and home? With winter here and hordes of hungry deer, protecting your garden from grazing damage can be a challenge. Here at New England Wild Flower Society, we struggle with the same issues. Read what you can do at home to help your garden and the local animals get along.
Designed and installed by New England Wild Flower Society, the Habitat Garden at the Big E is filled with native plants, habitat boxes, and bee boxes.
Why do leaves turn colors?
How to add accents to your garden
Scott LaFleur answers questions about fall fragrance in the garden
A three-part series on the benefits and techniques of this eco-friendly approach -- stay tuned for the third report
How to make your own "composting" leaf fence
A view of the over-story at Garden in the Woods
New England Wild Flower Society's former Botanic Garden Director on creating your own moon garden
Native plants as a choice for sustainable horticulture
Great choices for low light areas of your garden
Discussing new techniques in solving landscape remediation problems. Bio logs, live stakes and Floating islands. Originally published in the Ecological Landscape Association News letter.
Horticulturist Kristin DeSouza shares her favorite spot at Garden in the Woods and presents suggestions for pond gardening at home.
New England Wild Flower Society's step-by-step guide to building your own rain garden
Start your rain garden with Scott LaFleur’s plant suggestions
We now realize that there are a number of cooperative activities in arboreal life processes and that trees normally, not by exception, depend on multiple other organisms of their own and diverse species for sustained health.
Scott LaFleur, Horticultural Director, takes visitors to Garden in the Woods, on an autumn walk through the Garden.
by Scott LaFleur
Horticulture Director Scott LaFleur discusses reworking the Idea Garden at Garden in the Woods in 2011
Why you shouldn't use deicers on your walks and driveways