UPDATE: Thank you so much to everyone who entered! I LOVED reading about what your garden has taught you — I’m considering collecting some of my favorites into a post later this week. The lucky winner is commenter #87, Helen, who said: “I’ve learned to do things in pieces or steps, that I can’t...Read more →
What’s Wrong With My Plant? (And How Do I Fix It?) A Visual Guide to Easy Diagnosis and Organic Remedies by David Deardorff and Kathryn Wadsworth 451 pages Timber Press, December 2009 List Price: $24.95 If you’re wondering what’s tunneling into your apples, why your hydrangea won’t bloom, or what that fuzzy mold is...Read more →
It’s been a busy spring around here, and while I’ve spent the last few posts here giving away stuff and admiring my mad garden design skills (ha ha) I haven’t even shown you all the best part. You may now bask in the glory of my new vegetable garden: Okay, so it’s not exactly...Read more →
I read Mrs. Greenthumbs' first book a few years ago, and I immediately felt a kinship with Cassandra Danz. Her obsession with gardening combined with her humorous disdain for the advice of the gardening establishment struck a chord with me. It...Read more →
I'm so excited to have Jeff Gillman guest posting here at ITGO today! To give you a little background about Jeff's post, he asked me what I'd like him to write about. My first thought was "Anything you want! Like I'm gonna tell Jeff Gillman what ...Read more →
Fair and Balanced.
Unlike a certain media outlet that uses this slogan as its catchphrase, Jeff Gillman actually manages to be both.
Gillman's The Truth About Organic Gardening is one of those books every gardener, whether they consider themselv...Read more →
Not yet anyway. Not until they're past the tossing them on the floor, leafing through it with sticky fingers phase. Nuh-uh, no way.
I wasn't able to find "Dear Friend and Gardener" (this month's selection for the Garden Bloggers Book Club) throug...Read more →