We’ve discovered a thrilling new cat toy: a long tail from a beet root. Yes indeed, it looks exactly like a hairy, dismembered rat tail, right down to the bloody stump. Even better, when batted, it moves like a rat tail. In fact, the excitement around this toy was so great that I could not […]
William Morris’ Pomegranate and Bird wallpaper pattern #509.
Gardening in the Age of Pinterest: Dubious Online Garden Tips http://t.co/Fm48N2bfiP via @WVgardenguru — Root Simple (@rootsimple) April 17, 2015 Skyglow: Timelapse film dedicated to the need for light-pollution-free skies for stargazing via @BoingBoing http://t.co/SBBVj0q9Tx — Root Simple (@rootsimple) April 17, 2015 If homeless people can’t sleep outside, Apple customers shouldn’t either http://t.co/Mh3sDHRZYk via @dailydot […]
A post in our Back to the Garden series, organized under the “back to the garden” tag So, let’s say we want to play nice with the rest of nature. Let’s say we want public parks, yards and gardens which exist for more than show, spaces which support a diversity of life, steward our resources […]
Yvonne Savio is the Master Gardener Coordinator for UC Cooperative Extension in Los Angeles County. In this episode of the podcast we pick her brain about: Why you should grow your own food. Favorite vegetables. How to harvest vegetables. How to prepare a vegetable garden. Making compost. The problems with municipal compost. Raised beds vs. […]