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Alois Ludwig

Alois Molitor Ludwig courtesy Andrea Dittgen

A Floral Art Nouveau Masterpiece On April 4, 1969 architect Alois Ludwig died.  One of his works is the floral design on the Majolikahaus in Vienna – a gem for gardeners and lovers of Art Nouveau.   A private residential building close to Naschmarkt, Ludwig adorned the front of the building with majolica tiles creating…

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April 4, 2019 Garden Geography, Alphonse Pyramus de Candolle, Alois Ludwig, the Nova Scotia Mayflower, John Greenleaf Whittier, Diana Donald, Spring Bulbs, Joseph Sauriol

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Have you started to think about your garden in geographical terms?   Aside from the zone you are gardening in, what are the micro-climates in your garden?   Areas sheltered by trees, buildings or other structures may be warmer and ideal locations for less hardy plants.   Low-lying areas may create boggy or marsh-like conditions…

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