Category Archives: Garden Musings

What’s in bloom?

Spring has always been a time for renewal and clean up, the emergence of green shoots and fond floral essences, and the hopes and childhood memories associated with warmer weather. Narcissi, snowdrops, witch hazel, wet grass, and magnolia flowers are … Continue reading

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About our horticulture intern

Luis Marmol is our intern from the School of Professional Horticulture at The New York Botanical Garden. He is drawing up a three-year horticultural historic restoration plan for the Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum  grounds. This includes restoring and reinterpreting the garden … Continue reading

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