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Posts Tagged ‘gardens’

Gardener-in-Chief: U.S. Presidents and the White House Gardens

Which U.S. presidents were the most avid gardeners?

Taking Time to Smell the Roses

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June is National Rose Month. How much do you really know about the blossom that’s been our national flower since 1986?

Caring for Your Spring Bloomers

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Many a Wyoming gardener is familiar with the challenges of growing and maintaining a …

2019 Epcot Flower & Garden Festival Is Here!

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Surround yourself with gorgeous gardens, unique exhibits and living sculptures of beloved Disney characters. Where?

7 Spectacular Flower & Garden Shows in 2019

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There’s nothing quite like a flower show to get your creative ideas blooming. We’ve gathered a bouquet of the some of the best …

Five Special Gifts for Gardeners

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It’s going to be a long, cold winter for the gardeners in your life. Help them get through it with …

Flower Power: Orange You Glad?

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Orange is one of autumn’s most prolific colors. Even in Wyoming (where the landscape is snowy white or prairie brown …

Five Essential Medicinal Herbs

You don’t have to be a skilled gardener or a trained pharmacist to reap the benefits of these … 

Vertical Gardens Are Looking Up

If your yard or garden area is short on space …

Epcot 2018 Flower & Garden Festival Is All Abloom

If you’ve been thinking about checking out this year’s Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival, there’s still time. Fabulous and unusual gardens will remain on display …

February To-Do List for Gardeners

Believe it or not, there are plenty of tasks for you to undertake before the snow melts. We’ve compiled a few of them …

Rocky Mountain Maple (Acer glabrum) – Featured Native Plant of the Week

by J. Thomas Gebauer, ASLA Each week TLC brings you one featured native plant to highlight the wonderful, beautiful native plants that are available to us here in Teton County. We choose to highlight natives specifically for the adaptations to this climate, their food value to regional wildlife, decreases the damage done by exotic invasive species […]

Wild Mint (Mentha arvensis) – Featured Native Plant of the Week

by J. Thomas Gebauer, ASLA Each week TLC brings you one featured native plant to highlight the wonderful, beautiful native plants that are available to us here in Teton County. We choose to highlight natives specifically for the adaptations to this climate, their food value to regional wildlife, decreases the damage done by exotic invasive species […]

Planning a Perennial Garden

Winter is a good time to plan a garden. Here are things to consider: research, hardiness zones, sun or shade , water needs, environmental factors, wild…..

Pollinators and Native Plants in the Jackson Hole Landscape

We have all seen bees and hummingbirds pollinate our plants.  But did you know about moths and bats?  Pollinators are critically important to the health of our ecosystem. It is estimated that animal pollinators aid in the reproduction of 90% of flowering plants and one-third of all human food production.  The survival of our plant […]