Dee and Carol talk about Spigelia, blackberries, a new book, Grow Now, by Emily Murphy, another Lost Lady of Garden Writing and more on this week's podcast episode.
Today's bird song is from Dee's garden!
Wild Geese Bookshop, where Carol will be on the porch answering gardening questions on May 21st from 1:00 - 2:00 pm
Dee's Korean hand hoe (and Amazon affiliate link)
Indian Pink Spigelia marilandica
Gregg's Mistflower Eupatorium greggii
“Raspberries and blackberries both produce a fruit made up of many individual sections, or drupelets.” Oregon State University.
Good info from Oklahoma State Extension that applies to almost everywhere.
On the Bookshelf: Grow Now by Emily Murphy. Go Beyond Organic, Rewild Your Land, Sequester Carbon, Support Biodiversity. From TimberPress. Her Instagram feed. The quiz we took is in her book. (Amazon link)
Carol's articles on lilacs on Family Handyman: This one, and this other one.
Dee's articles on containers from Oklahoma Living, May 2021
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Dee is appearing in person at the Tulsa Herb Society’s meetings on July 18 and 19. More details on their Facebook page.