Everybody knows this is the dishiest man in gardening.
Scott Aker, head of gardens at the National Arboretum, toured New Zealand over the winter – their summer – with his teenage son, who...
In June, 2007, we hosted a debate between horticultural professor Jeff Gillman (author of many books, including The Truth Abut Garden Remedies and The...
I became a gardener in order to experience nature daily, in order to live in a wilder way. Being wild is the opposite of...
Larger photo, please!
Oi! You KNOW he gets MY vote. (snigger snigger)
I suppose somebody will soon post that we are being too gender-specific in terms of “garden dishes,” but to that I say ANY woman with dirty knees and dirt under her nails in a garden is beautiful.
–el in SW MI
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hell of a lot