GreenPrints 089, Spring 2012

$ 6.00

Branch Sunday, I’ve Got Worms, Mr. and Mrs. Finch, Redneck Gardener, Dr. Tomato, My Sweet Violet Story, Mother Nature Does Not Need My Help . . . and much more!




violetsSweet Violets
A memory—barely—kept alive.
SPECIAL! Read this story now!

The Garden
The author of “Last Child in the Woods” tells
how gardening changed his life.

treesA Tale of Trees
There may be more to them than we understand.

italianItalian Salad
How do you get anchovies to grow on lettuce?
SPECIAL! Read this story now!

Mr. and Mrs. Finch
And the lesson they taught me.

mothernatureMother Nature Does Not Need My Help
It’s a good thing, too.

Where, Oh Where, Have My Redworms Gone?”
Mike McGrath misplaces His mailordered mini-Composters.

starI’m a Star
A three-year-old finds fame—in the garden.

Bush Picture Memories
A treasured plant gets new meaning.

businessMy Garden Business
If I’m not outstanding in my field,
at least I can be out standing in my field!

Backyard Alamo
One gardener’s report on the great Texas
drought of 2011.

redneckRedneck Gardener
A liberal and conservative gardener try to get along.

A pest, a canyon—and my cell phone.

drtomatoDr. Tomato
Charley Rick spent his life studying tomatoes.
Was it worth it?


. . . including . . .
It’s spring fever. That is what the name of it is.
And when you’ve got it, you want—
oh, you don’t quite know what it is you do want,
but it just fairly makes your heart ache,
you want it so!

—Mark Twain

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Weight 0.3125 lbs


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