Could the definition of “garden” be expanded to include a trail system through public land? Public and private gardens each have features that lend an individual touch. I think of a garden as something that is curated—designed and cared for—so [...]
It didn’t take much. As I noted in this July 7 post, Facebook removed three or four comments in WNY Gardeners, a 8k-member group I co-admin, for various uses of the word “hoe.” That doesn’t sound like a big deal, [...]
GardenComm, the professional association for garden communicators, made my day last week when they announced three winners of their blog-writing award and I was one of them for my rants! (All the award winners are listed here.) Which rants in [...]
I had promised Susan et al. to report on Cultivate a few short hours after attending this huge trade show in Columbus last week – back in person for the first time since COVID changed all our lives. But it [...]
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We’re in danger of losing our WNY online garden group because of one word. Hoe. Sometimes, Facebook seems to understand that this is a garden tool and leaves it be. Other times, it removes comments or posts [...]
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