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Tools of the Trade: Noah Gatwood

Noah with tea cup

Welcome to our Tools of the Trade series! We’ve asked each of our crew members tell us their top five favorite tools for work in the garden. You’ll get a look inside the kind of work we do along with a close up

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Tools of the Trade: Amy Mullen

Amy M Garden Talk | Spotts Garden Service

Garden designer, speaker, blogger, and coach, Amy Mullen is a walking garden encyclopedia. Here are her top choices for garden tools.

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Tools of the Trade: Wesley Sexton

Soil knife skills | Spotts Garden Service

Welcome to our Tools of the Trade series! We’ve asked each of our crew members tell us their top five favorite tools for work in the garden. You’ll get a look inside the kind of work we do along with a close up

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Tools of the Trade: Amy Friedly

Amy F with tools | Spotts Garden Service

Amy F gives us her top 5 tools choices to make work in the garden easier!

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Our 2014 in Review

The Spotts crew takes sustainability seriously, den in our own homes. Here, the crew helps Kaitlin move her chicken coop to fresh grazing.

The garden is a year-round love affair for the Spotts crew. And at the end of 2014, we’re proud to look back at what we’ve accomplished!

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Welcome Our New Crew Members!

We’re excited to welcome several new members to the Spotts crew! Jerome Delbridge Our new crew chief, Jerome Delbridge, grew up near a river and says that’s where he forged his deep love of nature. That passion for the outdoors lead him

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The Garden Year in Review

The Spotts crew gardens year-round. While we slow a bit during the winter, we still have trees to prune, organic gardens to design, new techniques to learn, and—of course—the past garden year’s accomplishments to review! Our Staff We welcomed several

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Staff Update

As we head into fall, several of our staff are taking off on new adventures! Laura Arvin  arrived in France this week, where she’ll spend a year teaching English in Besançon. And, we presume, spending time traveling Europe and eating fabulous

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Welcome Our Summer Garden Crew!

You already know Terry, Andy, and the Amys. But now that summer is here, we’re happy to report some additions to the garden crew! Brennan Maher returns to us after working with us last summer. He graduated Magna Cum Laude

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Putting the Garden (Year) to Bed

While the garden never completely goes to sleep, our work in the garden slows considerably during the cold months. Instead of digging and weeding, we turn our attention to catching up on the latest developments in plants and techniques, planning

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