GreenPrints #045, Spring 2001



A (well-mulched) garden romance, early rising is great, early rising is awful, “To Own Something Beautiful”, “My Best Mother’s Day”, “Digging Dogs” … and more!



This back issue of The Weeder’s Digest includes the following gardening stories and tales:

Strawberries at Dawn
The joys of early rising.

Rebuttal of the Late Riser
Oh, give it—and yourself—a rest.

My Best Mother’s Day
Son, can we make this a tradition?

“Ah, the Mulch!”
“He gave you what?” A gardener’s romance.

The Garden Show
Rooftop daffodils, nuked nasturtiums, prancing peacocks—this is gardening?!!

“As If Our Lives … ”
A gardener’s need to set down roots.

To Own Something Beautiful
It was well worth the price. A moving Depression-era tale.

Gideon’s Orchard
An Amish farmer remembers his father—and his trees.

The World According to James “Cool” Thomas
A toddler writes a garden book.

Death to Digging Dogs
I wish!

The Sign on the Gate
“I hope you won’t, but fear …”

Five O’Clock Traffic
Finding garden peace in the midst of …

Of Bulbs and Bodies
Comparing plant parts to human parts may help us understand both.

Snapping Turtle Tales
Mike McGrath gets in trouble again.

Tough as Tardas
Lesson of aging … and spring.

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Weight 0.3125 lbs

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