The extra-special, extra-large, especially themed 25th Anniversary Issue! Quite possibly the best issue ever!
This back issue of The Weeder’s Digest includes the following gardening stories and tales:
Words to live—and garden—by.
A Tale of Love
I was 18. How could I have guessed?
Prominent Garden Writer Diana Wells looks back on 24 years of writing for GreenPrints.
How I Edited an Agricultural Paper
By Mark Twain (Yes, that Mark Twain!)
The Future of Gardening
Is wonderful—just smaller and smarter.
Every good garden needs them. So I added them to my Nana’s.
Traditional, easy care, resilient, forgiving.
I seem to sometimes move forward, sometimes back.
Better and Better
Think positive—and roll up your shirtsleeves.
The Fish Bowl
Which is more fragile—a bowl or our feelings?
The Ten-Day Tree
Mike McGrath provides the 66th consecutive instance of his amazing humor. (Thank you, Mike!)
My Hummingbird Helper
I tended the tiny bird. Then he tended me.
Hard on the Ego
Sometimes gardening truly is.
Growing Up with GreenPrints, Part I
The children of Your Editor report on life with a magazine in the house.
Ducks in the Garden
Are they hassle-free? No. Do I love them? Yes.