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Jellyfish wind chime

The sun is shining, and the garden beckons. As you plan and prep for the spring and summer, consider adding a little handmade decor to

Radishes two ways

Radish tea sandwiches INGREDIENTS Radishes, sliced very thin Sprouts or microgreens Sandwich bread Salted butter DIRECTIONS Butter two slices of bread and add the sliced

HELP! I have lesser celandine

If one has the privilege of visiting the well-worn grave of the English Romantic poet William Wordsworth at St. Oswald’s Church in Great Britain, one

Garden Reads

Primrose by Elizabeth Lawson (Reaktion Books 2019) Numerous adventures with primroses over the years, though one was more of a misadventure, inspired me to query

Fragrant primroses—who knew?

Every winter I take some time to research unusual primulas for my garden. I find that most are quite hardy, easy to grow, and thrive

Permaculture for every body

When I started my permaculture business in 2009 and was thinking about what I wanted to call it, I thought of my love of walking


BUFFALO REGULAR CLUB MEETINGS  African Violet & Gesneriad Society of WNY meets the third Tuesday of the month, September–August, at 7 p.m., Greenfield Health &

Moonlight garden meets goth foliage

The year is 1996, and my undergrad work-study job is a plum one—editing a gardening newsletter for the Virginia Tech Horticulture Extension office. I am

Gardening around town

Want to be a wizard’s apprentice for a couple of days? Monroe County 4-H Youth Development is calling children ages five to nineteen who wish

Almanac 2024

Images by Reynolds Kelly JANUARY/FEBRUARYSome people might think that in the cold winter months gardeners have nothing to do. But we garden-types all know that

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