Come on out to the Center for Urban Horticulture on April 10th when I’ll be speaking to the Northwest Horticultural Society. We’ll talk about what you can plant (today – tomorrow – and next month- and the month after that – and the one after that… you get the idea!) for delicious, homegrown abundance throughout the entire year.
This just in—my class, Plotting the Edible Garden Year at Ravenna Gardens on Sunday March 17th is FREE! Previously, I posted that there was a fee associated with attending… that’s soooo not so! Keep up Lorene!! Space is limited , call 206-729-7388 to sign up. See you there! online viagra prescriptions
Lorene will be talking about plotting and planning for a year ’round harvest at Ravenna Gardens, 3/17/2013. Call 206-729-7388 to reserve your place in the class.
As a rule, I try and avoid association with the words “Trash” or “Junk.” It sort of falls under the category of keeping crazy under wraps; a notion I’m sure we all aspire to. But all the same I’ve got to say THANKS to Tom Watson, project manager for King County Recycling and Environmental Services, [...]
Celebrating the launch of Vegetable Gardening in the Pacific Northwest, my latest book from Timber Press.
Last May – about the time of my last post(?!!?) – I had a lovely visit with good friends in Eastern Washington. Suzanne and Scotty are the purveyors of Living In The Garden, an idyllic nursery nestled among rolling wheat fields in the Palouse. Passionate artists and plants people alike, we connect; I can’t believe [...]
How is a local bouquet of seasonal blossoms like the first spring dinner of fava bean pasta? Both mark a unique moment in the season; a singular phase of the year that must be celebrated and cherished, acknowledged and savored before it’s past. My good friends Debra Prinzing and David Perry get this and after [...]
…part eco-friendly, non-traditionalist; part crafty creative with more ideas than money, and an abiding aversion to off-the-shelf shopping. My garden is my canvas, my vision, and my voice. A place where I am free of all rules, except those of Nature herself. It’s where I make my unique mark on the world. Follow the link [...]
Time is flying! Weeks pass in a blur and the Charles Bukowski line “the days run away like wild horses…” is CONSTANTLY running on a loop in my head. My days are filled in collaborative and creative effort – something I’ve longed for – but alas, the work is indoors and mostly via computer and [...]
Long considered “one of the slowest of the performing arts,” HORTICULTURE is a living, breathing, ever-adapting, reflection of the world and our human role within it. Whether you’re (ahem) a venerable gardener, or a rank beginner, passionate about African violets, or garden-infused cocktails, the garden has many gifts to offer. Funny story: Part 1 – [...]