Monthly Archives: January 2011

Celosia cristata ‘Kurume Corona’

No one wants to dine at my house right now, because you can hardly find the table. If distant memory serves, it’s made of wood. But that won’t be verified until I get the Johnny’s Selected Seed ( order out … Continue reading

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Jan/Feb 2011 Where I’m At

This is a running tally of where you can find me in the upcoming months: Tovah Martin on the Newsstand: Country Gardens Early Spring 2011:  Tulip Time in Maine Coastal Home Winter 2011:  Gardening Under Glass Urban Farm Jan/Feb 2011: … Continue reading

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Terrarium Making Lesson

Okay, here comes the pep talk: You can do this. Your kid can do this. Your grandmother can do this. Your hamster probably can’t. Why do this? Because this terrarium will rescue your life. You will find peace. Your boss … Continue reading

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Terrariums to the Rescue: The Dirt on Terrarium Plants

The icicles are aimed straight at me. The snow is up to my waist (which isn’t as deep as you might think, but still). Einstein (the Mad Purrfessor) is going stir crazy by leaps and bounds, claw and fang (it’s … Continue reading

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