Washington, DC


courtesy U.S. Botanic Garden

From an email:

“To kick off celebration of the 200th anniversary of the U.S. Botanic Garden’s (USBG) original 1820 charter, the Garden is collaborating with renowned stickwork artist Patrick Dougherty to create a custom sculpture to stand throughout the 2020 celebratory year.

Dougherty, who hails from North Carolina, is known around the world for his installations woven from plant materials, which celebrate nature through both materials and visually flowing lines. Over 30 years, he has built more than 250 stickwork sculptures, from Scotland to Japan to all over the United States. D.C.-area residents might remember his gallery-filling installation in the popular “Wonder” exhibit at the reopening of Renwick Gallery. Read More

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Thanks to Tina for sending: “Last garden haul of 2019. It was a good pepper year.”

Word on the street is that Tina converts the haul into some excellent pickled peppers so I’m posting in hopes of acquiring some :)

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Thanks to Tony and Jess for sending from Brightwood Park: “haul of concords from the back yard”.

Entries are now closed! And today concludes our 2019 entries – hold tight for next year – thanks to all who submitted – you guys amaze me every year.

Great Garden Haul is made possible by a generous grant from the Ben and Sylvia Gardner foundation.

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Thanks to Kate for sending: “This is Lucy with her great garden haul in Truxton Circle.”

Entries are now closed! We will finish out what we have in the queue but if you didn’t get your entries in this year – hold tight for next year – thanks to all who submitted – you guys amaze me every year.

Great Garden Haul is made possible by a generous grant from the Ben and Sylvia Gardner foundation.

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Thanks to Dan for sending from Shaw: “Looks like my eggplants left their purple ink at home.”

Entries are now closed! We will finish out what we have in the queue but if you didn’t get your entries in this year – hold tight for next year – thanks to all who submitted – you guys amaze me every year.

Great Garden Haul is made possible by a generous grant from the Ben and Sylvia Gardner foundation.

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Thanks to Kate for sending:

“Giant tomato, Marconi pepper, cantaloupe and Galician saffron! Petworth balcony (saffron and giant Marconi pepper). Tomato and melon from Glover Park community garden!”

Entries are now closed! We will finish out what we have in the queue but if you didn’t get your entries in this year – hold tight for next year – thanks to all who submitted – you guys amaze me every year.

Great Garden Haul is made possible by a generous grant from the Ben and Sylvia Gardner foundation.

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Thanks to K for sending these beauties from Petworth:

“Four weeks of Romas and Hungarian paste tomatoes from the Upshur community garden”

Entries are now closed! We will finish out what we have in the queue but if you didn’t get your entries in this year – hold tight for next year – thanks to all who submitted – you guys amaze me every year.

Great Garden Haul is made possible by a generous grant from the Ben and Sylvia Gardner foundation.

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Thanks to Glen for sending from Petworth “hot sauce in the making.”

Entries are now closed! We will finish out what we have in the queue but if you didn’t get your entries in this year – hold tight for next year – thanks to all who submitted – you guys amaze me every year.

Great Garden Haul is made possible by a generous grant from the Ben and Sylvia Gardner foundation.

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Thanks to Sharon for sending: “From U Street. Garden is not doing good this year, but I do have peppers and cucs.”

Entries are now closed! We will finish out what we have in the queue but if you didn’t get your entries in this year – hold tight for next year – thanks to all who submitted – you guys amaze me every year.

Great Garden Haul is made possible by a generous grant from the Ben and Sylvia Gardner foundation.

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