GreenPrints #065, Spring 2006



“My Fairy Garden”, “Spring Plant Exchange”, “Gardening Attention-Deficit Syndrome”, “Faces in the Flowers”, “The Man Who Thought He Was a Tree”, “Milk Jug Garden”, “Catbird in the Strawberries”, “Surrender”, “Parsley and Caterpillars” … and more!



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

Gardening Attention-Deficit Syndrome
It started when I was going to set out my basil …

My Fairy Garden
And the magic it worked.

Milk Jug Garden
Learning how to grow milk, maids, air conditioners—and friends.

Spring Plant Exchange
How to quickly empty a room full of plants.

The Man Who Thought He Was a Tree
From A Field Guide to Imaginary Trees.

Parsley and Caterpillars
Sometimes it’s hard to have both.

The Nutcracker
Mike McGrath finds the black walnut a tough nut to crack.

Faces in the Flowers
My mom’s, my daughter’s, my …

Tears and Soil
A place to mourn.

“I Eat What I Grow!”
The new business success model? Be like a plant.

Optimism in April?
The month that separates the upbeat from the down.

Catbird in the Strawberries
Reaching an understanding with my winged garden companion.

Where’re the Tomato Plants?
Don’t you really mean, “Where’s the cow manure?”

Gardening and control.

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