Browsing All posts tagged under »Liverworts«

As the season turns

August 14, 2010


The farm markets are bursting with good food. Fat haybales dot the landscape. We feel blessed. But wait, wait—from a plant's perspective, it is not all about us! It is about making more plants, and this is planting time.

Stinging woodchips in the liverwort garden

May 5, 2010


Look deeply enough into the personal lives of other life forms and you’re likely to come away amazed, bitten, or both.  I’ve been captivated—or who knows, maybe the word I want is captured—by the aliens of Tiny World, otherwise known as my accidental liverwort garden. It had been awhile since my last visit to the liverworts, […]

Dinosaurs and Dr. Seuss trees in Edenshores

July 31, 2009


Alana Haley sent me an email. Next Wednesday at Pine Hill Nursery Master Gardener Ruth Chapin will help Perk up your Tired Container.   My mind wandered to my containers, all of them completely neglected since last summer.  My feet wandered out to the deck to inspect the one on the railing.  Perhaps it was not […]