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.
What a glorious daffodil season it has been. We began the month of March celebrating the newest society in the American Daffodil Society, the first ever organized within the state of Louisiana, a bringing together of the old Central Mississippi Society group.
As I write this column, I’m wearing a crisp, white Banana Republic dress shirt with French cuffs. It’s one of three like-new dress shirts that I bought recently at the Goodwill store in Jacksonian Plaza. Total price for these three shirts? $8.61.
One of the special delights, if you are intrigued always by garden gift shops, is to find that somebody has made the great effort to acquire seed, or root cuttings, from the historic plants growing in the particular garden. At Shaw Reserve near St.