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The invisible beauty of energy

“The one thing of which we are certain, in an uncertain universe, is that energy is never lost. It is transformed, but it never disappears.” — The Prof...

The alchemy of gardens

“So what are we appreciating in a garden? The details or the effect? It’s the alchemy of gardens again — it’s woe to anyone who wants something else in life...

Random gardening

“When the ice of winter holds the house in its rigid grip, when curtains are drawn early against that vast frozen waste of landscape, almost like a hibernat...

Seeding the Future with Hope: Rhianna Simes

Literary Gardener host Rhonda Nowak talks with Rhianna Simes, co-director of Cultivate Oregon and co-founder of Verdant Phoenix, an urban mini-farm and educatio...

Get your garlic on

Fall is a time to enjoy the harvest of summer, but don’t hang up your trowel and pull off your gloves just yet — September through November is the best time to ...

Hope sprouts from the ashes

“In the fabled state we live in, somewhere always is on fire — dry grasses torching, shingles searing, latches melting, miles of forest ...