The Woodland Garden 2011

It is the start of a new year and it is time to update you on the woodland garden. I have been busy working on my other blog Glenns Garden and have gotten it all updated for the new year. Over the next several weeks I will be working on the woodland garden adding new content and giving the blog a face lift making it easier to navigate and also to give you more information and resources.

2010 was not the year I hoped it would be as far as the woodland garden was concerned. Due to other commitments and family matters I was not able to spend so much time there and I know it will show when I go visit for the first time this year. None the less I will be showing you it all the good, the bad, and the ugly as I commit to a new years resolution. This year I will be spending my weekends at the woodland garden and enjoying my time there as I record a chronological changing of the seasons in the woodland garden.

A garden is a place that you can go to relax and rejuvenate yourself. A place that gives you a chance to express your self and to define an area that makes you feel content. It is a place where nature can be, and you can be a part of the natural wonders of the earth. The wildlife and the plants can bring about a peaceful retreat for the mind, body, and soul. So I am extremely lucky to have the woodland garden and I do not want to waste any opportunity to be a part of it.

I invite you to come visit with me each week as I explore the wonders of nature and the beauty of this wonderful garden. I have tentatively set the third week in March as the kick off week. This of course will be weather dependent. In the means time pleas have patience with me as I update this blog.

Wishing you a happy and prosperous New Year.


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
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