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April, 2010  // Posts published in April, 2010

Grass is Growing Fertilize Your Evergreens

Grass is Growing Fertilize Your Evergreens

DAILY TESTIMONIAN, HEAR ME ALL. I must begin with a definition of my humility. My brother (on my wife’s side of the family) has been improving his property, with my help, for a few years. He is kind and generous and does his best to make a strong effort in our family relationship. I was […]

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Don’t Smell The Roses Document Their Growth

Don’t Smell The Roses Document Their Growth

Today didn’t leave me much time to enjoy the garden but I did have an opportunity to appreciate it. My son had his spring-time concert and before we left I noticed something special. The Kwanzan Flowering Cherry Tree (latin, Prunus serrulata ‘Kwanzan’) in front of the property, after the rains was wonderful. Spilling pink petals […]

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Good morning rain.

Good morning rain.

Two days of rain and most of you are stuck inside waiting for the nicer weather. Put on your jacket and go check out any insects or diseases that may be enjoying your garden. Now go. Don’t wait. See what is going on in the rain. Get wet with your garden. Waterproof gloves help. This […]

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April 25, New York Long Island Rainy Day

April 25, New York Long Island Rainy Day

My name is Michael Rosenberg and I love to garden. I love to get dirty. I love soil, and leaves and rocks and birds and anything associated with all things growing. I adore fungi especially mycorrhiza (Definition)  The symbiotic association of the mycelium of a fungus with the roots of certain plants, such as conifers, beeches, […]

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Welcome!

Welcome!

Welcome to my Blog. Articles discussing the restoration and management of gardens, trees, landscapes and lawns.  There will be many other topics covered over the next few years. Garden art, garden furnishings, outdoor lighting, landscape design elements, hard-scapes, fencing, water features, bird baths, pools and plantings, putting greens, tennis and sports courts plus so much […]

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