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A Healing Garden for the Weary

A Healing Garden for the Weary

Today's piece about a healing garden might need a trigger warning, as beautiful as it is. If you're a woman (or are partnered with one), by the time you reach  
Gardening Humor for “Real” Gardeners

Gardening Humor for “Real” Gardeners

Do you remember when you were a young budding gardener, and you thought, "one day I'll be like those other gardeners, with their perfectly pruned tomatoes, their pollinator gardens, and  
Let the Joy of Gardening Grow from Seed

Let the Joy of Gardening Grow from Seed

The practice and joy of gardening come in stages. There’s no gardener that woke up one day and devised the perfect garden beds, chose the perfect seeds, grew them perfectly  
Dad in the Garden

Dad in the Garden

Today’s story gave me one of those “oh good, it’s not just me” moments when I first read it. In Jolene Halladay’s Fruit of the Womb, she hilariously recalls the  
The History of Lawns and Should You Mow?

The History of Lawns and Should You Mow?

We’ve all probably heard of “Movember” by now, the month of November when men decide not to shave their beards, sometimes for charity, and sometimes just for social media views.  
A Garden of Miracles Celebrated

A Garden of Miracles Celebrated

There are many quotes in today’s piece from Diana Wells dating back as far as 1597 about the premise that what we are cultivating is a garden of miracles in  
A Foul but Funny Gardening Tale

A Foul but Funny Gardening Tale

There are a lot of funny gardening stories I can relate to. Kids picked the tomatoes too early? Been there. Dog tore up 200 freshly planted bulbs? Totally! There was