TABLE OF CONTENTS
Smell the Roses
Teaching my son to at least see them.
No Fruit, Please!
When the garden gets carried away with itself.
All she wanted was a healthy baby.
Enchanting words From Beverley Nichols’s 1932 classic,
Down the Garden Path.
Squirrels and Apricots
Try fox urine? Well . . . .
Remember Charley? Frances? Ivan?
This gardener does—only too well.
Field of Green
Mike McGrath’s struggles with lawn grass.
This gem about a fumbling gardener trying to prepare holiday potatoes for 16 people is one of the funniest pieces we’ve ever run!
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but fair warning: It’s a big file (10 pages).
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The Little Gentleman in Velvet
Moles can overthrow a king—just not your garden.
Rosemary Is For Remembrance
Trying, one last time, to reach Mom.
Lessons from the tool of the season.
The Return of Gomer
A Sherlock Jones garden mystery.
. . . including . . .
I have a rock garden.
Last week three of them died.