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Becoming a Purple Polo: Nate, Jen, & Caitlynn

 August 17, 2017

Becoming a Purple Polo: Nate, Jen, & Caitlynn

Nate Huse, Horticultural Designer I moved to a “big city”, or at least what I…

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Becoming a Purple Polo: Lindsey & Nick

 August 9, 2017

Becoming a Purple Polo: Lindsey & Nick

Lindsey Moore, Head Gardener I first heard of Kinghorn Gardens when I was a senior…

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Gal Behind the Garden: Mika  McPherson

 August 3, 2017

Gal Behind the Garden: Mika McPherson

  Mika McPherson, Gardener Joined the Team: March 2017   Day-to-day activities: My day-to-day includes…

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The Purple Polos: A Morning at the Shop

 July 28, 2017

The Purple Polos: A Morning at the Shop

Each morning, a crew member’s day begins at the shop. Some Purple Polos can be…

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The Makings of a Purple Polo

 July 20, 2017

The Makings of a Purple Polo

Kinghorn Gardens doesn’t have a mold that employees have to fit or a long list…

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4 Questions to Ask Yourself Prior to Designing your Landscape

 June 30, 2017

4 Questions to Ask Yourself Prior to Designing your Landscape

So, you’re ready to enhance your landscape, you’re building a new home, or maybe you…

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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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