Gardening Glimpses

Spring break isn’t travel time just for students ... grown-ups delight in their field trips, too.

One of the most thorough garden travelers I know is Susan Haltom, who covers the South in particular, and friends are lucky when they get to join in.

Gardening Glimpses

First times are noticeable. We remember, we react, we decide whether they are worth repeating.

Last times? So often we don’t realize that this is the last time we’ll go to an event, or share time with certain friends, and later think, “if only I had known….”

Gardening Glimpses

A couple of weeks ago, the person in charge of the landscaping at an African American cemetery in Baton Rouge wrote to the Historic Daffodil Web site or chat room (I’m not ever sure of the terminology) saying that they were planning a major replanting, cleanup, and replanting

Gardening Glimpses

At least 200 gardeners, from the novice, perhaps new to this area, through the people who work for a living making other people’s gardens resemble their dreams, owe a thank you to the Garden Club of Jackson, for the second Landscape Learning Seminar, which might become a stap



I made a special effort to go hear Marshall Fisher speak at the Rotary Club of Jackson. I had never met the man and was eager to hear him speak.


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