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The light is a little clearer, a little colder

Fall is coming, and with it, a growing urge to curl up in a sweater with a book and a mug of hot apple cider.  But there is still so much to be done in the garden.  I have last … Continue reading

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On Gardening

“Now the gardener is the one who has seen everything ruined so many times that (even as his pain increases with each loss) he comprehends- truly knows- that where there was a garden once , it can be again, or … Continue reading

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Plants of the new world

I mentioned a while back that I was reading The Brother Gardeners by Andrea Wulf.  I’ve finally finished it. It was a long, slow read, and at times I considered putting it down.  However, I found it immensely interesting despite my inability … Continue reading

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How does your garden grow?

I have decided to read and review a garden book every month.  Mostly this is to keep me actually reading garden books, which I don’t do enough of, outside of what I’m reading for research and to keep on top … Continue reading

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