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In the garden with Felder: Passing it on

Posted about 1 hour ago in Columns

Last week I stepped off the never-ending Mobius strip I call garden seasons to give a gaggle of neighborhood kids a little Nature perspective.

Southern Gardening: Independent garden centers help intentional gardeners

Posted about 1 hour ago in Columns

Garden and landscape planning for the 2021 season continues to move forward as we get closer to the day we can get back out into the garden full time.

In the garden with Felder: Midwinter in the garden

Posted 1/17/2021 in Columns

This midwinter I'm enjoying a couple of classic Southern bulbs from the gardens of my great-grandmother and two grandmothers, and which come up every fall and grow through the worst winters. With no care whatsoever.

Southern Gardening: Shop carefully for 2021 garden seeds

Posted 1/17/2021 in Columns

I'm in my 2021 garden planning mode right now, and along with many other intentional gardeners, I have my mind on seeds.

Southern Gardening: 2021: Resolve to be intentional gardener

Posted 1/9/2021 in Columns

Happy New Year! Boy, oh boy, what a number COVID laid on us in 2020.

In the garden with Felder: Scents and associations

Posted 1/9/2021 in Columns

It's been said that one person's sweet perfume is another's stink. Well, whether a smell is good or bad, it's welcome in my garden. To a point.

Felder Rushing: A bit of hindsight and review

Posted 1/3/2021 in Columns

The adage that "hindsight is 2020" is usually pretty apropos; but, looking back, how about changing it to "let's put 2020 in hindsight" and say g'bye to a weird year?

Southern Gardening: 2020 highlighted a few garden trends

Posted 1/3/2021 in Columns

For at least 10 years, I've been actively wondering what direction our landscape and gardening practices are headed. Being a horticulturist with the Mississippi State University Extension Service, I've had the opportunity to ask this question of gardeners and nongardeners alike, as well as commercial horticulture growers.

Southern Gardening: Natural decorations can be breathtaking

Posted 12/26/2020 in Columns

Poinsettias are being bought, Christmas trees with ornaments are up, and lights and inflatable figures are on display around our homes as people get ready for the holidays.

In the garden with Felder: Sometimes you turn a lemon into lemonade

Posted 12/26/2020 in Columns

Might not be any snow, but with a pair of loppers and shears we can transform winter gardens into lollipops and gumdrops. But a word to the thin-skinned: If you go crazy with creative trimming, you'll get trash-talked.

 

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