Favorite Reads For the Garden, Garden

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seeds of change Spring 2010

seeds of change

With New Orleans looking toward a more hopeful future, it’s time for a new gardening aesthetic.

If life gives you rain... Fall 2009

If life gives you rain...

Between subsidence and rainstorms, both of which we have in abundance here, rain gardens make great sense.

Waterproof August 2009

Waterproof

Gardening without watering — in this climate? Architect Susan Neely proves it’s not only possible but also easy.

Herbal supplements July 2009

Herbal supplements

Indoor herb gardens are lovely, but serious cooks who want herbs on hand to punch up their recipes will have to look to the great outdoors.

Water, water, everywhere June 2009

Water, water, everywhere

Rain barrels are must-have items for eco-friendly gardeners.

Eyes on the Sparrow May 2009

Eyes on the Sparrow

Marilyn Yank of Little Sparrow Farm in Mid-City has transformed a vacant lot into a community garden worth watching.

Paved Paradise April 2009

Paved Paradise

Container gardening is catching on in urban areas, and Mid-City Community Garden is flourishing as a result.

Spring Fever March 2009

Spring Fever

Twin needs prompt a flurry of March activity in the garden.

Winter Green January 2009

Winter Green