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“Garden to Table” is the best way to describe my passion for adding purpose to landscapes in suburban neighborhoods, office parks, school campuses, and retirement communities. With my education in design, an enthusiasm for ornamental horticulture, and a hunger for local, organically raised produce, I see that there is the potential to grow food in […]
The foxglove, under such guises as lady’s fingers, dead men’s bellows, granny bonnets, witch’s thimble, and a host of other fanciful names, has attracted the interest of mankind for centuries. In the United States, the foxglove is cultivated both as a medicinal herb and as an ornamental flowering plant. Herbalists offer two versions of how […]