This just in. Thanks to Timber Press for tweeting the tip.
I began assessing my most vital gardening tools – like gloves and trowels – pre-season, in February. I rounded up all the gloves in...
Guest Post by Bob Hill. I have never fully understood my attraction to weeping plants and I really don’t want to pay some nerdy-looking...
May is the month designated for extra gardening coverage in the magazine I edit, so I’m in the middle of preparing that right now....
We are happy up here in Seattle that the show will go on. Not that it’s perfect, but it’s a good idea-generator and keeps hope going in late winter when most of the garden is still dormant. Now if they would just make more of a real focus on sustainable/organic practices and edibles, I would be 100% happy!
That’s good news for my friends in the NW.
Any knowledge about who the secret buyers are of the San Francisco Show?
They have named named who the over seeing stylists are going to be but I haven’t heard who the actual new owners are .
Hey ranters: A story in the Albany Times Union had a story about late blight on tomatoes being spread throughout the northeast from plants sold by Home Depot.
The source: Bonnie Greenhouses with dozens of growing ranges in several states. The blight got into a 10 acre field and destroyed the entire crop.
One more reason to buy local….
Which that had happen for NYC…it ended mid-90’s…the Flower Show was amazing. Sigh.
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