If you are a fan of Martha Stewart Living magazine you might be interested to learn that editors Margaret Roach and Andrew Beckman will each be opening their gardens to the public as part of the Garden Conservancy's Open Days program. Details and directions are on the Conservancy's website. This and other garden events for [...]
I recently added The Occasional Gardener to my garden blog directory, and I have to say it is one of the most aesthetically pleasing blogs I have seen in a long time.
Welcome to the Fifth Anniversary Celebration of Cold Climate Gardening. Last week our readers were invited to submit questions, which I have answered here. I hope you are entertained and enlightened. Comments, as always, are encouraged. Stuart: How do you see the next 5 years panning out, after the hiatus that is? What has been [...]
We interrupt this hiatus for an important message: on August 27th Cold Climate Gardening will turn five years old, and you're invited to help celebrate. Last year, I interviewed several garden blog pioneers. This year, you get to interview me. Ask your questions in the comment section below, and I will answer your questions on [...]
School is right around the corner, and as Chief Administrator and Principal Instructor for the Purdyville Homeschooling Academy, I've got a lot of lesson planning and general preparation to do. Despite the fact that I have over a dozen blog posts sitting in my Drafts folder, I'm going to take a little break and get [...]
In my sidebar under "Pecking Order" I used to have a Top 100 Gardening Sites badge. It was an amusing way to keep track of how I stood in relationship to other gardening websites--or so I thought. Recently, a quick check of Garden Rant's Sitemeter revealed that they had far more visitors than this website, [...]