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5 New Year’s Resolutions for Gardeners

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As you consider your New Year’s resolutions for 2020, don’t forget about …

Pollinators: Where Would We Be(e) Without Them?

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Pollinator habitats are increasingly in jeopardy…but you can help!

Five More of the World’s Most Beautiful Historic Gardens

Let’s look at five more of the most beautiful gardens on the planet that have …

Tired of Mowing? Consider Ground Cover!

If you’re looking for an alternative to a traditional lawn, why not consider replacing some or all of your high-maintenance turf with a walkable carpet of ground cover?

The Call of the Wildflower

Who of us at one time or another has not envisioned transforming our chemical- and mower-dependent lawn into a carefree wildflower meadow? The fantasies can be hard to resist …

Back to the Stone Age: Rock Gardening Basics

If the idea of “rock gardening” conjures an image of a bleak, desolate spot with no living thing in sight, then think again. Modern rock gardens are places of …

Rain Gardens for Dry Climates

Did you know that, in semi-arid climates like Wyoming, rain gardens play an important role in water conservation? Why not consider building one on your property?

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 […]

Featured Native Plant of the Week: Common Bulrush (Schoenoplectus pungens)

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 […]

Featured Native Plant of the Week: Serviceberry (Amelanchier alnifolia)

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 […]