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November (Page 2)

Month: November 2015

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by: Marla

When Food is Too Convenient for Our Own Good

Michael Pollan and Wendell Berry were in Louisville during the first week of May. They weren’t on the Derby celebrity...
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by: Johanne Daoust

I Aspire to Buffalo-Style Gardening

Elizabeth’s recent post about the new term “Buffalo-style gardening” got me thinking. The style is said to be characterized by gardening not...
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by: sarahammocks

Report from New Zealand: How Plants Survived Moa Birds, and More

Scott Aker, head of gardens at the National Arboretum, toured New Zealand over the winter – their summer – with...
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Meeting Animals

Mom with her new friend, a resident parrot at Victoria Butterfly Gardens in British Columbia. You may not be surprised...
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The cat problem

Judging from this scene, it’s probably not a good idea for us to introduce another cat to our household. And...
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by: Lisa

Ellen DeGeneres ISO Gardener

Anyone following Nick the Gardener on the Ellen Show knows that she helped him  land a part in a sequel to...
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by: Colin Seymour UK

Surprise Me With Grits and Weeds For the Sweet Hereafter

St. Phillips Episcopal Church A few years ago, the father of a friend lay near death, and there were the...
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Why I’ve Rejoined Garden Writers

From left, Ashley Sullivan (GWA deputy exec. director), Louise Clarke (Regional VP of GWA), Maria Ungaro (GWA executive director). I’ve...
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by: Wendy Sykora

Who’s Eating Our Orchard?

Delayed almost a month by an unusually cold and prolonged winter, our friend Gini–an avid arborist– arrived the other day...
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by: Dee Nash

The Parklet Craze

Image by San Francisco Planning Department. This year’s international Park(ing) Day falls on September 19, a mere two weeks from...
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