ARTiculture. A few more gardens

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It’s another day so time to continue the stroll though a few more of the many, many creative gardens and installations at ARTiculture. At ten acres of delightful displays there’s a lot of ground to cover. Past the biggest, glitziest entries, the smaller efforts, in space but not in dedication and talent, are often put on by amateur groups, colleges, and even High Schools, doing their creative best. These are not amateur efforts by any means.

On the other side of the fence, Subaru of America has been a major sponsor of the Flower Show. I‘m impressed that they put together such a meaningful display around the new hybrid parked on their lot. And also that the inside of their garage is as filled with stuff as most people’s garages are. The garage is even more than it seems, as well. Everything was recycled from the destruction left behind by Hurricane Sandy. Go Subaru Gardens!

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Far top, Vertical Gardens. “Hang It Up” by The Gardners; Above, “A Backyard Battle” by Mercer County Community College Horticulture Program


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Above, University of Delaware; Below, “Off the Grid” by the WB Sauk High School of Agricultural Sciences


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Above, “Frog’s: Nature’s Manager” by Horticulture Academy at Abraham Lincoln High School


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Above, “Reclaimed-Repurposed-Renewed - Survivors of he Storm in Artful Recreations (Ode to Mother Nature)” by Leden Palimeno Design for Subaru of America


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Sarrvacenia flava


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Left, L’Art du Jardin Natural (The Art of the Natural Garden” by US EPA Region III; Right, Sarracenia leurcophylla


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Rhododendron atlanticum ‘Marydel’


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Left, “Reflections of Health” by Einstein Healthcare Network; Right, Organic Mechanics Soil Company


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Above, “The Art of Outdoor Living” by EP Henry


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Above and below, “Leaves in a Landscape” by Michael Pebrie’s Handmade Gardens / The Barnes Foundation


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“Garden Inspirations” by the Delaware Valley Fern and Wildflower Society


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Above and below, “Fun with Art in a Children’s Community Garden” by The Camden Children’s Garden


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Top left and center right, “Bonsai Living Art” by Rosade Bonsai Studio / National Musum of Bonsai & pending; Center left and bottom right, “A Gardener’s Palette: Rock Garden Plants from Around the Globe” by the North American Rock Garden Society, Delaware Vallery Branch; Top right and bottom left, “Hederart” by the American Ivy Society
Below, Hedera helix ‘Classical Lassie’


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