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Wednesday, July 20, 2016 From seeps/springs to flowing streams and ponds, join Marlin Dise,  superintendent, Farm & Environmental Horticulture, to learn more about the useful and aesthetic qualities of Winterthur’s surface water. Join us for demonstrations, talks, and guided walks covering a wide range of gardening topics. These events begin at 11:30 am on Wednesdays from […]

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Our Garden Intern, Laura Cruz, writes the following about an upcoming project: The Quarry Garden is beautiful this time of year with lots of blooms including Cardinal Flower, Closed Bottle Gentian, Black-eyed Susan and Royal Standard Hosta. But this fall there is something else exciting is in store for the Quarry!  As you might already know, […]

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Jim Pirhalla, our unofficial bird guru writes the following observations: I decided to use an old baseball term as my article title to try to interest (or entrap) people outside of the gardening world that may stumble across this blog by happenstance. For those unfamiliar with the phrase “ducks on a pond” it basically means […]

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If I had a dime for every time I hear “So what do you guys do in the winter?” I would be writing this blog from my own private tropical island somewhere.  OK—maybe not a tropical island as I am not too fond of the heat; how about a snowy New England hilltop?  Regardless, you […]

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