What gardeners won’t give, blooming boomers, Mama was right, “Why Am I Doing This?”, growing blue, a garden fortune teller … and much more!
This back issue of The Weeder’s Digest includes the following gardening stories and tales:
A time for hope.
What my garden taught me about my mother.
What Master Gardeners truly treasure.
Remember them? Well, you and I are the only ones!
Baby Boomers finally discover gardening. From the magazine My Generation, by Gerri Hershey
My Friend, Procrastination
Sometimes the best thing to do is nothing.
If I Had Known …
My sour sweet-potato tale.
The Garden Fortune Teller
My garden’s future—is it bright or … ?
In England and America, they don’t mean the same things.
A Gardener Reflects
What I learned on September 11, 2001.
Mama’s Weeping Willow
A tree with a moral: Fulfill your mother’s wishes, no matter what.
Why Am I Doing This?
Mike McGrath gives real tomato advice.
Blue for Blue
That coveted, oh-so-hard-to-grow color.
The Mother’s Day Plant Sale
The gardener hates it. The mom, however …
The Lettuce Connection
Lettuce has been a guiding star in my life, beginning one exquisite spring morning when I was six.