Winter is a good time to reflect on the magic of historic gardens to sharpen ideas for next season. This year, however, I am taking a short break from garden history to get inspiration from local gardens and gardeners.
I recently had the opportunity to visit with gardening friends in my own town to learn about their design inspiration, plant choices, and the merits of plant sharing. We talked about the power of childhood memories, embracing plants that are doing well in our gardens, and experimentation.
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With spring garden chores around the corner, now is a great time to get out and seek inspiration from our neighbor's gardens. It may be hard to believe, but time's running out.