Tag Archives: Beth Chatto

friday clippings 5/18/18

Do you ever worry that you’re getting a little jaded, just slightly inured to cool stuff because we see so much of it now via blogs, Instagram, online periodicals? I admit I worry that occasionally feeling a little inspirationally flat … Continue reading

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the gardening beatle

I think it was George’s son Dhani Harrison who let slip in the Martin Scorcese documentary “Living in the Material World,” (last week on HBO) that the family sometimes called George “Capability,” jokingly comparing George to the great 18th century … Continue reading

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Gladiolus communis ssp. byzantinus

Some byzantine glads opened while I was out of town a few days. Flowers have that unerring sense of timing, don’t they? As I’ve written before, these bulbs are an inferior strain, in that they are not the desired deep … Continue reading

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