What's Coming Up 83: Front yard design, raised beds, drainage

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Tall beds raise broad questions, pp. 1-3, 4

Fluffy extra soil okay under trees, pp. 3-4

Treated lumber: Still questionable, pg. 5

Perennials that die of wet, not cold, pg. 6

Winter-end: Design how-to time, pp. 7-9

I.D. mystery shrubs, ready to prune, pp. 9-10

Clip herbs 'til spring breezes blow, pg. 11

Cut suckers to the quick, quick! Pp. 11-12

Follow saw's sound, predict change, pg. 12

Gardeners as wild animal trainers, pg. 12

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Achillea
            drainage WU83 Pg 6
alpine plants, See Rock gardens
Artemisia, wormwood
            Artemisia schmidtiana, silvermound WU83 Pg 6
Buddleia, butterfly bush
           Buddleia davidii, butterfly bush WU83 Pg 6
design
            finding designer to assist you WU83 Pg 7-8
            starting from traced photograph WU83 Pg 7
Dianthus
           drainage WU83 Pg 6, 9
difficult sites
            raised beds as solution WU83 Pg 2
Digitalis, foxglove
           Digitalis purpurea, biennial foxglove WU83 Pg 6
disease
            dieback, related to drainage WU83 Pg 6
            rot, related to drainage WU83 Pg 6
drainage
            poor drainage an invisible killer WU83 Pg 6
dry site
            raised bed counter-productive WU83 Pg 3
Epimedium
           WU83 Pg 8
Euonymus
            Euonymus alatus compactus WU83 Pg 10
           identify from twig WU83 Pg 9-11
fencing
            wattle WU83 Pg 2
gardens, public garden
            Hidden Lake Gardens, Tipton, MI WU83 Pg 9
            Schedel Gardens, Elmore, OH WU83 Pg 2
grass
            blue oat grass, See Helictotrichon
           ornamental, deer resistant WU81 Pg 10
Gypsophila, baby's breath
           Gypsophila paniculata WU83 Pg 6
Helictotrichon sempervirens, blue oat grass WU83 Pg 6
herbs
            harvest WU83 Pg 11
Juniperus
           does not tolerate shade WU83 Pg 8
Lewisia
           drainage critical WU83 Pg 6
lumber
            for raised bed construction WU83 Pg 4-5
newsletter administration and history
            Janet's becomes Janet & Steven WU83 Pg 13
Pachysandra
           WU83 Pg 8
perennials
            hardiness affected by drainage WU83 Pg 6
Pinus
            Pinus mugo, dwarf mugo pine WU83 Pg 9
            Pinus strobus nana,dwarf white pine WU83 Pg 9
pruning
            based on plant species WU83 Pg 9-11
            suckers WU83 Pg 11-12
quotes
            brings us back to our senses WU83 Pg 12
            Dirr, Michael Dirr, we are the noble profession WU83 Pg 12
            Genders, Roy Genders, leaves of scented plants WU83 Pg 11
            Lacy, Allen Lacy, gardening is restorative WU83 Pg 12
            oppressive as.. certain flowers WU83 Pg 11
            others...want to come in from the Dark Side WU83 Pg 12
raised beds
            advantages WU83 Pg 1-2
            construction WU83 Pg 2, 4-5
            disadvantages WU83 Pg 3
rock gardens
            drainage WU83 Pg 6
rocks, stone
            raised bed construction WU83 Pg 4
Santolina chamaecyparis, cotton lavender WU83 Pg 6
shrubs
            how to identify WU83 Pg 9-11
soil
            drainage WU83 Pg 6
Spiraea
            Spiraea x vanhouttei, snowmound spirea
                        identify from twig WU83 Pg 11
Syringa

           identify from twig WU83 Pg 9-11
trees
            gardening on wooded lot WU83 Pg 21-24
            soil added over roots WU83 Pg 3-4
wet site
            raised bed as solution WU83 Pg 2, 3
wildlife
            damage WU83 Pg 12

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