Tag: gardener

A Plant Thief!

A Plant Thief!

I'm not even sure where to start with today's story, "The Tulip Thief," by Carmen De Vito. It's a story about being robbed while working at The Horticultural Society of  
The Joy of Gardening is in the Dirt

The Joy of Gardening is in the Dirt

"Gardening is not for the faint of heart, and never has been," writes today's author, H. Ni Aódagain. Probably like you, I completely align with that statement from the piece  
10 Great Blossoms of Gardening Wisdom

10 Great Blossoms of Gardening Wisdom

My favorite thing about being a part of this community is the shared gardening wisdom. Today's piece, "10 Things I Learned from Gardening" is a fun and quirky list of  
The Joy of Indeterminate Cherry Tomatoes

The Joy of Indeterminate Cherry Tomatoes

Today's story reminds me of one cherry-tomato-heavy Summer: the indeterminate cherry tomatoes just wouldn't die. I had never seen anything like it. The cherry tomatoes were practically begging to be picked,  
Saving a Neglected Garden

Saving a Neglected Garden

When my friend got ill, it was difficult for her to watch the garden die. She had worked so hard on it for a decade, and now, it was a  
Never Turn Away Volunteer Plants

Never Turn Away Volunteer Plants

Have you ever left your garden unattended to go on a quick getaway by yourself, with your friends, or with your family? Maybe you want to be spontaneous and go  
Folk Tales from the Garden

Folk Tales from the Garden

Do you know or love any folk tales from the garden? I've always loved folk tales, but reaching back, I'm not sure I can remember one that's quite so gardening-centric