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Spring to me is not only planting peas, and starting indoor seedlings, it is a time of wonderful...

To "hold infinity in the palm of your hand," as William Blake wrote in "Auguries of Innocence...

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I had a...

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I'm doing a few online interviews with the good, green folks at the Daily Green this spring. ...

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I had the benefit of interviewing Jeff Lowenfels for my radio show today. The show will be...

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Forget the golf course. The hot new "amenity" being offered to residents of new subdivisions is...

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Not much to say here...just showing off my parsnips which I planted last summer and which...

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"Frozen, flattened and forlorn." Those are the words a friend used recently to describe his...

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Too many seeds to thoose from! When  I look at a typical commercial seed...

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