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Sharee Solow
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Landscape Designer, Speaker
Landscape Designer, Speaker

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2018 New Perennials with a Difference
2018 New Perennials with a Difference
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Quoted today in this excellent article with #GMG  and #KatieDubow  

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Best landscape architecture commentary I've read in a long time.

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A beautiful spring day. No matter how small your gardening space, make it someplace special .
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A wonderful #Japanese style garden on the #PHS garden tour today
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This is a lovely potting shed on the #PhS garden tour today
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Some display #bonsai by members at #MABS, MidAtlantic Festival
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Happy Easter
Today is #throwbackthursday

Here is an Easter Bunny giving Simon's Cat the runaround! 

Have you got any fun plans with your pets this weekend? We'd love to hear about it in the comments!

#happyeaster  

Plants use different scents to attract or repel insects 
Posted: 31 Mar 2014 05:37 AM PDT
Flowering plants attract pollinating insects with scent from their flowers and bright colors. If they have become infested with herbivores like caterpillars, they attract beneficial insects like parasitic wasps with the help of scent signals from their leaves. The wasps then lay their eggs in the caterpillars and kill the parasites. Floral and foliar scents can, however, mutually reduce their attractiveness. That’s why flowering plants face a dilemma: should they use their resources to attract pollinating insects and, by extension, for reproduction or should they invest in defense against herbivores? 

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