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“Joy in The Garden”

I am excited to say that I’ll be joining my gardening friend, Joy Bossi, of “Joy in the Garden” on her radio show for a few minutes during the next couple of Saturdays. Joy has been a HUGE proponent of Conservation Garden Park and has specifically helped me at a time when I really needed it- she helped launch the “Education Committee” for the Garden that I chaired back in the days before I became an employee. Now that we…

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Ahmed Hassan

I have a ton to write about as the Spring Home & Garden show has just wrapped up and I have a bunch of projects to share! However, it’s late and so tonight I’m just going to share my highlight of the show- Ahmed! I will just say for the record than in real life the man is dripping with charisma and his muscled chest ain’t too bad either! Oh- wait? Was I supposed to be listening to some sort…

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Meeting Landscape Architect/ Artist, Topher Delaney!

The 2012 Utah Nursery and Landscape Association Green Conference was held this past week and what a week it was! I’ll write more about the event and provide some great photos but, for today, I want to talk about the most significant moment for me at the conference- meeting landscape legend, Topher Delaney. Topher Delaney’s work is as unique as her name. She pulls off designs and installations that most of us would never even attempt to get away with!…

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Welcome Vege Nag!

I have followed VegeNag’s blog for awhile now and I’m thrilled that Alex (AKA: VegeNag) has agreed to post over here as our vegetable gardening guru!  As the vegetable gardening season will soon be upon us, look for some posts from Alex that will help you get started growing a tasty garden! Alex spent several years learning (sometimes the hard way) all he could about veggie gardening in our challenging Intermountain West climate and developed a great blog dedicating to helping the rest of…

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