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5 Crucial Watering Tips You Need to Know

 June 8, 2017

5 Crucial Watering Tips You Need to Know

It’s that time of year again! Temperatures are rising and you’re probably wondering how to…

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Sunday Garden Series: Buddy Plants

 June 1, 2017

Sunday Garden Series: Buddy Plants

Kinghorn Gardens is celebrating 30 years of creating beautiful experiences this year.   In honor…

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Planting Annuals in the Circle Garden // 2017

 May 30, 2017

Planting Annuals in the Circle Garden // 2017

Our Purple Polos hit the ground running with planting annuals this year. They’ve been planting…

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The Guy Behind the Garden: Pat Reilly

 May 25, 2017

The Guy Behind the Garden: Pat Reilly

Pat Reilly, Landscape Installation Specialist Joined the Team: May 2012   Day-to-day activities: Most of my workdays…

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A Natural Outdoor Classroom: The Design and Installation at Harrison Elementary

 May 18, 2017

A Natural Outdoor Classroom: The Design and Installation at Harrison Elementary

Creating Happier, Healthier, More Engaged, and Environmentally Conscious Students It all started with Harrison Elementary’s…

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The Guy Behind the Garden: Chester Goik

 May 11, 2017

The Guy Behind the Garden: Chester Goik

  Chester Goik, Head Gardener Joined the Team: September 2015   Day-to-day activities:  Gardening and…

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Green Papers

Too Mulch of a Good Thing

A spring ritual, trucks and trailers in motion, pitchforks pitching, people pushing wheelbarrow after wheelbarrow in pursuit of covering the ground around us with mulch. Has this activity become a peer group expectation or a social norm?

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