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Bulbs showing green shoots despite the snow that blankets the Peninsula
Friend's goodwill toward a man on the street stands out to garden columnist Helen Lang
If you are going away for a winter holiday perhaps you should not start feeding the birds.
Tibouchina is on its last days despite care from Helen Lang
Becoming a 'tree hugger' one option for would-be protester
I have a limited space for pots, which should have deterred me, but unfortunately it didn’t slow me down that much.
What to do on a day you should just go back to bed
I’m headed for Vancouver tomorrow, to spend a night with one daughter and then go with her to the airport to meet the youngest in the family who is returning from a month in Australia.
Gray skies today. A shock after all that wonderful, hot, late-summer weather
Today I’d like to talk about hydrangeas
Pots in the bedroom, pots in the hall, some of them big and some of them small.
I never really believed that plants could hear what you were saying, although I sometimes whisper “Oh, you are so beautiful,” to my hibiscus, and it continues to flower
Covered veggies will survive, even under snowcover
Garden columnist Helen Lang gets a taste of summer.
In a fairly large pot on the balcony I have two lilies.
Once again I’m back home after my two days away in Cedar.
A couple of interesting and uninvited strangers have appeared on my third floor balcony.
Something rather special happened last week, my long-time friend Lucy W. came out for tea bringing a large manila envelope with her addressed to me.
I was out early this morning for a quick walk, and a search for something about gardens that would appeal to you.
I know it is a pain in the neck to haul hoses, or lug heavy watering cans, but when it is hot, plants shrivel up unless they are kept moist.