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January (Page 2)

Month: January 2016

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Milkweed Spreading Through My Landscape Makes Me Happy

Two years ago, I wrote about the milkweed seedlings I rescued from a nearby lawn. They survived the move and...
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by: Susan INPH

A welcome ban

Drilling image courtesy of Shutterstock Large-scale environmental issues are not always considered appropriate subject matter in the garden blogging world,...
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by: Don Engebretson

The Drunken Botanist Road Show, Plus Your Weekly Cocktail

Okay, folks! Your devoted correspondent is on a book tour for the next couple of months.  I’d love to stay...
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by: Kandi

One rises; another falls

Voodoo Lily image from the Gentling garden, Asheville There’s no doubt that independent garden centers and nurseries—like many businesses—have been...
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by: Diana

Cellar Holes

I took a break from leaf clean-up the other day (one of the penalties I pay for my garden’s wonderful...
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by: Lena

Why I would be kicked out of a community garden

Community garden image courtesy of Shutterstock As a fellow online writer—who happens to be called Elizabeth Licata—says, “There’s no drama...
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by: The Phytophactor

Mad May: No Fury

Shutterstock photo My excitement for wild plants is as far afield from Mad Max: Fury Road as you can imagine....
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by: Eliz

Making the Case for Good Food

I was in New York on Sunday, and some friends invited me to an event sponsored by the picky eater...
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by: Russ Talbot

Treasure the Winter Farmer’s Market

The Farmer’s Market here in Boise lines the street for three city blocks and features local arts and crafts in...
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by: John Pinto

Wildflowers on demand

This is a mock-up; click on the second link to see the (very similar) real thing. Just stop by one...
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