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Good Seasons
  • Published
    October 14, 2021

    A timely little cookbook

    Lynette L. Walther is the GardenComm Gold medal winner for writing and a five-time recipient of the GardenComm Silver Medal of Achievement, the National Garden Bureau’s Exemplary Journalism Award. She is a member of GardenComm and the National Garden Bureau. Her gardens are in Camden.

  • Published
    September 30, 2021

    We need an “I brake for apples” bumper sticker, now

    Lynette L. Walther is the GardenComm Gold medal winner for writing and a five-time recipient of the GardenComm Silver Medal of Achievement, the National Garden Bureau’s Exemplary Journalism Award. She is a member of GardenComm and the National Garden Bureau. Her gardens are in Camden.

  • Published
    September 15, 2021

    How we won the battle against insects, and lost the war

    Lynette L. Walther is the GardenComm Gold medal winner for writing and a five-time recipient of the GardenComm Silver Medal of Achievement, the National Garden Bureau’s Exemplary Journalism Award. She is a member of GardenComm and the National Garden Bureau. Her gardens are in Camden.

  • Published
    September 2, 2021

    Spring-flowering bulbs are on our minds now

    Lynette L. Walther is the GardenComm Gold medal winner for writing and a five-time recipient of the GardenComm Silver Medal of Achievement, the National Garden Bureau’s Exemplary Journalism Award. She is a member of GardenComm and the National Garden Bureau. Her gardens are in Camden.

  • Published
    August 19, 2021

    Cucumbers for the coolest summer treat

    Lynette L. Walther is the GardenComm Gold medal winner for writing and a five-time recipient of the GardenComm Silver Medal of Achievement, the National Garden Bureau’s Exemplary Journalism Award. She is a member of GardenComm and the National Garden Bureau. Her gardens are in Camden.

  • Published
    August 5, 2021

    It’s time to rack the garlic

    It seems as if it was only a few weeks ago that we trimmed the scapes off the growing garlic. Removing the scapes, or bloom buds from the garlic, allowed the plant to use its energy to create larger bulbs, rather than use it to produce flowers.

  • Published
    July 22, 2021

    ‘Hot’ plants that can take the heat

    Heat can be an issue when it comes to garden plants.

  • Published
    July 8, 2021

    Garden crops for the long haul

    This past winter was moderate enough that most of my kale survived. Kale is a biennial, meaning that for its first growing season it produces only foliage.

  • Published
    June 18, 2021

    A garden in a pot with ‘foodscaping’


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