The results of a multitude of research is now showing what gardeners have intrinsically known for generations – that gardening is good for your health.
Finally! Hope ! Something we can actually do about climate change. The Green New Deal is an actual plan. Read on. (I hope our readers at Gardening Gone Wild and gardeners everywhere will recognize this is not a political issue and turn your heads and cringe. This is positive news, gardeners understand the Earth is[...]
Some thought Ruth Bancroft would outlive us all. Indeed, when she recently passed at age of 109, she had outlived many admirers. Her garden, the Ruth Bancroft Garden in Walnut Creek, California was the inspiration for the Garden Conservancy, and was its first garden selected for preservation in 1989. It is a landmark garden for[...]
When I was in London last week for an intensive workshop, immediately after I dropped my bags off at the hotel, I rushed out for a walk to get re-acquainted with this city that I love so dearly. There was a time in my life when I flew to England regularly to visit and study[...]
This past spring I witnessed the superbloom in the California deserts. It was a sensation. The superbloom began in late winter in the southern most deserts and progressed northward, a result of ample rain after five years of drought. I was particularly intrigued, and made two separate visits to the Sonoran Desert east of San[...]