Dec 11, 2019
Today we celebrate the Spanish botanist who tackled the area known as New Spain and the man who discovered the Schneck Oak.
We'll learn about the French botanist who made many of our blooms bigger and better and the mayor who was known as the Little Flower.
We'll hear some thoughts about Winter and how we can...
Dec 10, 2019
Today we celebrate the gardener poet known for writing “hope
is the thing with feathers”, and the man who became the world
authority on agaves.
We'll learn about the Victorian botanist who was the first to speak in favor of Darwin’s theory and the man who created the Ballard Lock Garden in Seattle.
We'll hear a...
Dec 9, 2019
Today we celebrate the botanist who was also a spy during
We'll learn about the German photographer who saw artistic inspiration in his close-ups of plants.
We'll hear some prose about winter,
We Grow That Garden Library with a book that offers us 100 tips for Growing a More Glorious Garden.
I'll talk about a...
Dec 6, 2019
Today we celebrate the botanist who made his mark in human anatomy and the botanist who lost his civil war specimens to a confederate raider.
We'll hear the most popular poem about trees written by a poet who was killed in WWI.
We Grow That Garden Library with a self-published humorous garden book by one of my favorite...
Dec 5, 2019
Today we celebrate a wealthy vineyardist who came up with
the idea for a raisin coop and the willow expert raised in
We'll learn about the botanist who was murdered thanks to miscommunication and the oldest tree in New Orleans.
We'll hear a garden poem about being shut out of the garden.