Nature, wildlife, and how gardening affects the environment.
Yes, gardening certainly has its moments of pleasure, but it takes time and effort before those pleasures grow from an intermittent trickle to a steady flow. Keep at it. Enjoy the process all along the way. Sooner or later, your garden will reach that critical mass when it surrounds you like a warm embrace.
This guest post by Kelly Norris is excerpted from New Naturalism: Designing and Planting a Resilient, Ecologically Vibrant Home Garden by Kelly D. Norris (Cool Springs Press, 2021). History is [...]
This hellebore is sad here, but that's nothing to what happened as the season progressed. Guest post by Linda McGivern Left elbow screaming in pain (gardener’s “tennis elbow” [...]
I read in The Guardian about "More than Weeds," a French group using graffiti to highlight the "names and importance of the diverse but downtrodden flora growing in the cracks [...]