Garden Therapy

GARDEN THERAPY: SEEING RED — March 2019

GARDEN THERAPY:  SEEING RED — March 2019

Mel loves the color red in his garden providing us with names of those that do well in our area.

GARDEN THERAPY: LIVING ON THE EDGE — February 2019

GARDEN THERAPY:  LIVING ON THE EDGE — February 2019

Mel goes to some landscape conferences and explains to us all about “ecotone” which is a transitional area between two ecosystems.

GARDEN THERAPY: ARRIVALS – HAPPY 2019 – January 2019

GARDEN THERAPY: ARRIVALS – HAPPY 2019 - January 2019

Mel’s trip to Japan has him focused on front doors, facades and gates.

GARDEN THERAPY: Jaw Dropping Japan – December 2018

GARDEN THERAPY:   Jaw Dropping Japan - December 2018

Natural stone and mossy rocks are a mainstay of the Kyoto garden. They are everywhere, and I always say “you can never have too many rocks.” I love the way they use stone.

GARDEN THERAPY: SAVORING SOME FINE VINE – November 2018

GARDEN THERAPY:   SAVORING SOME FINE VINE - November 2018

“Need to cover a large area like an arbor or pergola quickly and densely? Consider grapes.” This is an example of knowledgeable and useful advice the amateur gardener will glean from reading Mel’s column.

GARDEN THERAPY: “Grumpy Gardener Needs Garden Therapy” — October 2018

GARDEN THERAPY:  “Grumpy Gardener Needs Garden Therapy” — October 2018

Read to find out how Mel, the “grumpy gardener,” administered some of his own medicine.