Monthly Archives: August 2014

Millennials Dig Gardening

The Diggin’ Florida Dirt column in the Tampa Bay Times recently included the following tidbit:

Before they even think about furnishings, many of these new homeowners scout a spot for their vegetable gardens. I know this from personal experience and the National Gardening Association: Millennial gardeners shot up from 8 million in 2008 to 13 million last year.

 

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Life Lesson: Things Look Better in Groups

A few weeks ago, I walked up to our house and noticed the plants looking especially lovely. It took me a moment to put my finger on what had changed, but then I figured it out: They were in a group!

Normally, I have all my pots in a straight line. But the landscapers in our townhomes must’ve moved everything when they trimmed the palm trees. When they put things back… voila!

 

Note to self: When in doubt, put things in a group. Credit: Dalia Colón.

Note to self: When in doubt, put things in a group.
Credit: Dalia Colón.

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