Garden Scenes From Northern Ohio
Garden Scenes From Northern Ohio

I’m Leigh Davenport, a northern Ohio gardener with over two decades of experience. This is…

The difference between mop head and lace cap hydrangeas
Do you love or hate hydrangeas? The facts vs the myths – The Middle-Sized Garden

July 5th, 2020 Posted In: Gardening know how Hydrangeas are a flower that is both…

be a discerning shopper for native plants, with uli lorimer
be a discerning shopper for native plants, with uli lorimer

AS MORE GARDENERS shop for native plants each year, more plant descriptions in catalogs and…

Insecticides the Pesticide Industry Said Were “Safer for Bees” Found to Stress and Kill Honey Bees
Insecticides the Pesticide Industry Said Were “Safer for Bees” Found to Stress and Kill Honey Bees

sebastien rosset  | @metanephros The study indicates that, “With the recent Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)…

Visiting a Virginia Garden - FineGardening
Visiting a Virginia Garden – FineGardening

Today’s photos come from Crystal Detamore and her garden in Virginia. This is a lovely…

Gardening: Even urban lots can be made to attract wildlife
Gardening: Even urban lots can be made to attract wildlife

@zmachacek What wildlife do you naturally attract into your garden? Are there any species you…

Planting for Butterflies
Why you need a butterfly garden – and how to plant it – The Middle-Sized Garden

June 28th, 2020 Posted In: Garden style & living, Wildlife & eco Have you considered…

watering the garden (not the plants), a 101 with daryl beyers
watering the garden (not the plants), a 101 with daryl beyers

SUMMER: IT’S WHAT I refer to as the season of dragging hoses, and for me…

Wooden bench at Doddington Place Gardens
English country garden style – what it is and how to achieve it – The Middle-Sized Garden

June 21st, 2020 Posted In: Garden style & living English country garden style is loved…

the garden as refuge in a pandemic year, with adrian higgins of the washington post
the garden as refuge in a pandemic year, with adrian higgins of the washington post

THE WORLD IS SHIFTING focus again now, toward opening up this time, several months after…