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Permaculture Seminar hosted by Association of Professional Landscape Designers MN Chapter

As owner and designer at HabAdapt Landscape Design, Daniel focuses on developing landscapes and designs aimed at long-term sustainability and functionality.  He will be reviewing what is Permaculture and its history and the science behind Permaculture. March 7th, 2017 1 p.m.-2:30 p.m. Heritage Room at Lyndale Bachmans, 6010 Lyndale Avenue South, Minneapolis APLD Members –…

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2017 Leaf Emergence – Earliest Ever?

2017 Leaf Emergence – Earliest Ever?

While walking the family dog on February 16th in Carver, Minnesota along the bluffs of the Minnesota River I noticed something very surprising and a little concerning.  Sambucus racemes, our native Red-berried Elderberry) has begun leaving out! February 2017 is looking like we will be keeping the trend of 16 straight months of above normal…

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ModoLuce Contemporary Outdoor Lights

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In searching for a modern display for a home and garden show I am across ModoLuce, any Italian light company specializing in crafting creative forms using plastics, Murano blown glass, fabrics, and metal.  Their metal Icaro series of steel wire surrounding a lamp is a perfect sculptural element to use as a floor lamp or…

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Wild Ones 2017 Design With Nature Conference

Wild Ones 2017 Design With Nature Conference

Join The Wild Ones for a one day conference on native plants, the pros and cons of ‘alien’ plants, the value of biodiversity, and selecting trees for the landscape. February 18, 2017 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. at Anderson Student Center, University of St. Thomas, St. Paul Campus. Register at http://www.designwithnatureconference.org/p/schedule.html

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Liatris aspera January 2016 Plant of the Month

Liatris aspera January 2016 Plant of the Month

Liatris aspera January 2016 Plant of the Month   Back to posting Plant of the Month landscape plants. Know What You Grow now has over 300 of my favorite plants that I use in my landscape projects. Visit stonepocket.com to check it out. Now to the good stuff. I choose a plant that has been a rock…

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