Henrietta Hemlock was too young to die. Her knowing neighbors nodded their heads sagely and said, “spongy root rot,” or “blight” or “hemlock looper.” The more pretentious among us said, “Rhizocotonia Butinii” or “Lambodina Fiscellaria,” which are just fancy names for the same things everybody else was saying.
Farm & Garden
Delinda explores the impact of climate change on gardening. The article advises gardeners to adapt to unpredictable weather patterns through practices like mulching, addressing soil challenges, and using targeted watering methods like ollas. McCann acknowledges the uncertainty of climate change and encourages resilient gardening practices.
Embark on a January gardening journey, balancing dreams with challenges in Vashon’s climate zone (8b). Navigate blackberry root battles and local seed exploration for a flourishing garden. Ready to discover January’s gardening secrets?