the pick of the crop: non-traditional media sweep
Spring: the season when non-traditional gardening media discover our favorite pastime. Some examples.
The CBC in Canada says anyone who has a balcony can create a space to grow tasty vegetables.
MSN Money caught my eye with this headline: Windowsill veggies worth $200?
Powells.com (the website of a fabulous, quirky bookstore in Portland, Ore.) reviews Geoff Hamilton’s book on organic gardening.
OK, so the Christian Science Monitor does a fine job of covering gardening almost year-round. Here’s an example. A story on a blizzard of snowdrops.
The News Tribune in Tacoma, Wash., checks in with a story on how to use newspaper to create a garden spot.
The ABC News site’s entertainment page carries a story from The Associated Press about leeks.
The Epoch Times carries a top ten gardening trends story from Canadian garden writer Mark Cullen. The short version: chemicals are out and creative small space gardening is in.
And finally, the Hamptons.com urges everyone to celebrate Earth Day this year by planting a veggie garden.