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About Glenn

Glenn Bronner is a professional groundskeeper with over 45 years of horticultural experience. Glenn is a published author of hundreds of articles on gardening and gardening related subjects. Glenn gardens in zone 5 in the Chicagoland area. You may visit him at http://www.glenns-garden.com http://thewoodlandgarden.com http://backyardvegetablegardening.com http://bagreenthumb.com http://mastergardenermagazine.com

Fall In The Woodland Garden

With Fall in high gear my trip to the woodland garden today did not much surprise me. Most are the leaves are down now so cleanup will begin. Today I was able to clean up about 1/4 of the lot … Continue reading

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Spring Is About Four Weeks Ahead Of Schedule

Wow the weather has been crazy last two weeks I thought it was summer. With record breaking temperatures as much as 35 degrees above average This is certainly nice but I hope we can sustain the weather. A freeze could … Continue reading

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Rue anemone (Anemonella thalictroides)

Low growing plant 2 to 8 inches tall the flowers are white 1/2 to 3/4 inch wide in clusters of two to three. It grows in rich woods areas and blooms in April and May. Rue Anemone dies back in … Continue reading

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White Baneberry (Actaea pachypoda)

White Baneberry is one of the tallest natives for shade,found in many woodland gardens grows up to four feet tall. White flowers bloom in spring, followed by glossy white berries on red stalks in autumn. The berries are highly poisonous, … Continue reading

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Preparing For Spring At The Woodland Garden

Preparing for spring at the woodland garden is always an exciting time and one that keeps me going through the long winter months.This year things will be a bit different than past years. Certainly it will be exciting but it … Continue reading

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