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New love for pretty, old-fashioned Grandmother's Gardens
by Dean Fosdick
The Associated Press Translate This Article
28 April 2020
On 28 April 2020 The Associated Press reported:
Even before the coronavirus crisis sparked renewed interest in vegetable gardens and victory gardens, there's been a movement toward more traditional gardening aesthetics. For example, there are what's known as Grandmother's Gardens. These old-fashioned, naturalistic flowerbeds rich in color have much to recommend them in contemporary settings too, said Leonard Perry, horticulture professor emeritus with the University of Vermont.
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... Grandmother's Gardens are the dated offshoots of American cottage gardens, which contain a diversity of plants, including vegetables and flowers for cutting.
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