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On the Down the Garden Path Podcast, landscape designer Joanne Shaw discusses down-to-earth tips and advice for your plants, gardens, and landscapes. She believes it's important and possible to have great gardens that are low maintenance.

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Jul 30, 2019

August can be a challenging month in the garden. The heat is unrelenting and the weeds are growing strong. It’s right around now that our plants can start to look a little tired or spent, and as gardeners, it can be a difficult time because we may be a little tired and spent ourselves!

In our weekly Down the Garden...

Jul 30, 2019

With the heat of July comes many things: walks on the beach, drinks on the patio, lounging by the pool, and the dreaded Japanese Garden Beetle. But fear not, we can help you with that last one!

Not sure if Japanese garden beetles are wreaking havoc in your garden? These garden beetles are strangely beautiful, measuring...

Jul 16, 2019

The wait has been long but daylily season is finally here! On this episode of Down the Garden Path, Tim Hobbs from TrueNorth Daylilies joins me and Matthew to talk all about hybridizing daylilies and their low-maintenance characteristics.

For the past 25 years, Tim has gardened on a two-acre property just south of...

Jul 9, 2019

Each week on Down the Garden Path, we discuss down-to-earth tips and advice for your plants, gardens and landscapes. As landscape designers and gardeners, we believe it is important and possible to have great gardens that are low maintenance.  Joining me on Down the Garden Path this week for Perennial Talk is...

Jul 3, 2019

Tonight, we’re talking July in the Garden! In this episode, we look at some of the ways to help you keep your garden cool and happy, and some of the fantastic plants we still have to look forward to.

We’ve seen a wet, cool Spring 2019. Although all the rain has made our gardens lush and green, July is finally here...