So I think it imperative that every so often, in between pest identification and double digging (does anyone still do this?)...we plant something that is just, well, a kick! To make us smile...to delight us...to make us feel as if we are kiddie gardeners again
Rose Chat Radio welcomes Jolene Adams incoming President of the American Rose Society. Well be chatting with Jolene about the future of rose gardening in American and also about her plans as President of the ARS.
Posted June 19th 2012 at 12:30 am by MattBrowne Expectant parents Matt & Annie Browne
I never used to think about food other than wanting to put it in my mouth to stop my stomach from growling. I never thought about where it came from; whether it was fresh or not, local or not, frozen, fast food, drown in pesticides, or so on…I simply didn’t care. If I was going to be completely honest about it I would also tell you that didn’t change until I was 30 years old and met my wife
- Monsanto, the world's largest seed company, is suing chief rival DuPont, accusing DuPont and its agricultural crop subsidiary of treading on Monsanto's technological turf by copying key new plant breeding innovations.
Manufacturers of the Worm Factory® 360 worm composter, the UrBin Grower, and the Worm Factory® Standard, Nature's Footprint offers a full, comprehensive line of gardening products and worm composting solutions for every size household.
Meet Denise Morrison, a Tulsa gardener who carefully read the city code and followed it, planting nothing in her front yard that exceeded 12 inches in height unless it was edible. She grew an assortment of medicinal herbs, food crops, edible flowers, etc.
Pre-script: Over the last month, Moss and Stone Gardens Moss and Stone Gardens; has been sharing information about moss–understanding growth rates, preparing soils, how-to collect mosses, and this post about watering moss. This series are actually...