Good grief but it really annoys me (I wrote another word here but realized it wouldn’t pass the family-acceptable standard I like to publish) when I see the amount of really, really bad advice in online forums and social media sites. The fall … [Read more...] about Bad Gardening Tips and Doug Shakes His Head
The lessons were worth the tired back and the smashed fingers. I’d always wanted to build something from stone and a wall surrounding my garden seemed like a good idea at the time. I’m a retired specialist plant nurseryman who needs firm … [Read more...] about What I Learned From Building A Dry Stone Wall
Subscribe For Updates (See top or sidebar menu) You can subscribe for updates in the right hand column. As I add new posts, you'll get an automatic email (and no spam from me) This is a little-known Google email service. What I'm Doing Is … [Read more...] about It’s A Major Overhaul.
This garden year started for us in early March with a mad dash from our Southern place to our island refuge. (As a friend noted, it's a wonder the state troopers didn't stop us (but I was far from the fasted machine on I-95) And with that … [Read more...] about Reflections On A Crazy Year: 2020 In The Garden
This Korean plow hoe review (also called a ho-mi or weed-eze or EZ-Digger) is based on my own gardening experiences and opinions and may vary from yours. It is also based on over 30 years of practical gardening experience. (that's what you call a … [Read more...] about Garden Tool Review: Korean Plow Hoe
These are the same nine gardening rules I used in my nursery and they’ve worked for over 40 years now. I’m Doug Green, a semi-retired nurseryman, and award-winning author who used to grow 1600 varieties of perennials and 600–800 varieties … [Read more...] about My Nine Gardening Rules