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Keep an Eye on Shrub Trends
Every garden and landscape has certain obstacles such as too much shade, wet soil, deer browsing, dry soil, etc. After years of trying to work through these hurdles, many gardeners are opting to “go with the flow.” For instance, instead of putting out repellent to stop pesky deer, many are moving toward deer- resistant shrubs. Encourage your staff to suggest these deer-resistant varieties in your garden center: diervilla, viburnum and forsythia Another way gardeners have embraced nature is by creating environments for pollinators and birds by trading curated gardens for a more natural and relaxed approach to their gardens Most people think perennials when it comes to pollinators, but shrubs provide a perfect solution because they…
What Cops Do When No One Is Watching: The Truth About The Blue Code of Silence.
I am here to tell you there is a “code of silence”…but it is not what you think. The law enforcement profession has long been accused of…
Trade Denialism Continues: Trade Really Did Kill Manufacturing Jobs
It is unfortunate that the proponents of recent trade deals feel they have to be this dishonest to push their agenda.
What the New Urban Agenda means for architects
A new initiative from AIA's Strategic Council encourages small- and medium-scale communities to embrace the aims of the New Urban Agenda.