Miscellaneous Monday 2-25-19

I have always been fascinated with historic ephemera. The links below are a collection of pictures or drawings of fruit, herbs and other miscellaneous flora from a century ago or older. It’s Monday and a little decompression is always in order. These images should help. Enjoy!

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Emily Dickinson’s Herbarium

Beautiful drawings of 7500 Kinds of Fruit 

Old Drawings of Apples

Old Drawings of Strawberries

Seed Packets a Century Ago

A Botanists Drawing of 19th Century Cuban Flora 

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Miscellaneous Monday 12-10-18

I’m starting to get in the holiday spirit.  Cold weather and some rain has been great!

Agroforestry – growing crops under trees

Taking hardwood cuttings: a tutorial

Fresh vs. Fake:  What kind of tree are you getting for Christmas?

I’m a bit of a birdwatcher.  Here’s a site with bird info: All About Birds

A lovely start to your week. Louie Schwartzberg: Nature. Beauty.Gratitude.

Caterpallor (n.): The color you turn after finding half a worm in the fruit you’re eating.

Happy Monday and have a nice week!

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Miscellaneous Monday 12-03-18

Who needs a greenhouse?  Here’s a catalog called The Green House Catalog

I have never been very successful with African Violets, but I do love them.  Here’s a growing guide – maybe there’s hope for me!

There are a lot of options available for ground covers: Stepables – plants that tolerate foot traffic.

Here’s a fun idea for gifts:  Chalk painted pots

Here’s some Monday beauty for you:  The Giant Sequoia – impressive in size and beautiful

Happy Monday!!!

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Miscellaneous Monday 11-16-18

Miscellaneous Monday 11-16-15 – collection of miscellaneous garden information that I deemed interesting!

I love gravel, but everything in its place: Don’t smother your landscape

I learned some things: Four Gardening Myths Busted

Urban Dwellers can compost, too: Use your blender

This actually worked pretty well, but still, do it over the sink and wear an apron: Deseeding a Pomegranate

Lastly, here’s a fun project for your garden or gifts for the holidays:  Chalkboard Painted Pots

“The poetry of the earth is never dead.” –John Keats

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