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Gary Bachman.
Filed Under: Flower Gardens, Smart Landscapes May 13, 2019

Southern Gardening host, columnist and Mississippi State University Extension Service horticulturist Gary Bachman has been elected a Fellow of the American Society for Horticultural Science.

A sea of yellow flowers with black centers and pink flowers with orange centers cover a flower bed.
Filed Under: Smart Landscapes May 8, 2019

Urbanization and agricultural pressures are decreasing natural habitats for wildlife, but Mississippians can take steps to make their own landscapes wildlife-friendly.

Bob Brzuszek, Mississippi State University Extension Service professor of landscape architecture, said residential areas play an important role in conserving wildlife when carefully planned.

A picture of several pink tulips with one in focus and others blurred in the background.
Filed Under: Flower Gardens, Herb Gardens, Smart Landscapes, Vegetable Gardens March 26, 2019

It’s officially spring! The temperatures are finally starting to warm up after a cold and wet winter. Gardening is the perfect excuse to spend some much-needed time outside. Grab your gardening tools—there’s a lot to be done! (Photo by Michaela Parker)

A large tree looms over a white house and a brick patio area.
Filed Under: Smart Landscapes March 8, 2019

A smart landscape can play a key role in efficiently heating and cooling homes while reducing energy costs.

Blue signs stating “absorb” and “delay” mark brick tiers in a landscape growing pink flowers and reed-like stems.
Filed Under: Lawn and Garden, Landscape Architecture, Smart Landscapes December 19, 2018

A well-designed landscape can subtly slow down and filter excess water, an important job for Mississippi gardens.

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