Monthly Archives: January 2011

Super sowing, green banks and not-so-clean air

January 30, 2011 Stand by for “Super Sow Sunday”! Last week, I talked about ordering and swapping seeds with the ubiquitous Mr. Brown Thumb, and Jessica Rinks from The Forest Park Community Garden. But this seems to be the week … Continue reading

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Acquiring seeds, cloning ancient trees and writing urban farming laws

January 23, 2011 The Gardener’s Anthem: “Oh, Say Can you Seed?” I attend Mid-America Horticultural Trade Show (Mid-Am) each year for a number of reasons. First, it’s a great place to hobnob with my horticultural chums. Next, it’s a place … Continue reading

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Flowers, Vegetables, CSAs and Sustainability in a Challenging Economy

January 16, 2011 Connor Shaw and the state of the horticultural industry Talking to Connor Shaw is always an adventure, and not just because he knows so much about native plants. He’s been the proprietor of Possibility Place Nursery in … Continue reading

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