“Dog Woes”, “Zucchinni Boo-Boo”, “Gnomes”, “Who Would Talk to the Plants?”, “Scaping Lessons” … and more!
This back issue of The Weeder’s Digest includes the following gardening stories and tales:
- Picking Corn My Dad wanted it fresh. Very fresh.
- Fauna in the Flora How we learned a (no-fence) way to keep our dog out of our garden.
- “Little Plants, Are You Thirsty?” Memories of Grandpa.
- Scaping Lessons When it came to garlic, I thought I knew all there was to know.
- Battered Zucchini Nothing was going to get my crop—except me.
- Fair Play How could I not enter the county fair? It’s just too much fun!
- Saved by the Arugula At last! Mike McGrath has a gardening success story!
- Gnomes These cute garden ornaments have a not-so-charming past.
- A Hosta for Mrs. Malloy A minor miracle in my garden.
- Meadow Keep Four enchanting poems about herbs and their lore.
- Lawns Let’s cut them—and cut back on them.
- Summer on a Dime The day I hired—and unhired—an expert for my garden.
- Who Would Talk to the Plants? A remarkable garden story from India.
- Growing Up with GreenPrints, Part III The children of Your Editor report on life with a magazine in the house.
- From Pea to Pod Life lessons, in a garden.