ANDREW KEYS, WHO CREATES THE “RADIO GARDEN” PODCAST for “Horticulture” magazine’s website, invited me to talk about my garden, my decision to finally leave the city and live in it, and what gardening means to me. He asked me to describe my place, and here’s what came out: “It’s a collector’s garden meets a bird-lover’s garden meets an impossible piece of tilted land, with a side order of sensuality.” You can hear that (between minutes 4 and 5 of the podcast) and the rest of our conversation in Andrew’s latest episode, called “Checking Out,” right here.
October 21, 2018
woo-hoo! a medal from mass hort for my contributions to horticulture
I WROTE MY FIRST newspaper story when I was in my 20s, for “The New York Times,” which I suppose by any measure would have..
April 16, 2010
radio podcast: mulch, mulch and more mulch
WOO-HOO! MY FRIENDS AT WHDD in Sharon, Connecticut, aka Robin Hood Radio, just called to say our A Way to Garden podcasts are not just..
I’m so glad you noticed that line — it was easily one of my favorites, and one of the best descriptions of a garden I’ve ever heard from anyone. Thank you so much for being a guest!
a little off topic, but, i didn’t see your garden listed on the 2011 Garden Conservancy Tour…..
Hi, Dennis — I am skipping spring at least as I have many repairs/renovations to tackle. Have been on for 13 years and need a season to cut back and divide and make a mess in the name of greater good. Doing workshops and may do a summer tour or fall if the garden rebounds from this endless winter and from my renovation efforts.
You’re so dang cute… and a true inspiration for all those city dwellers. You go girl!
Thanks for the intro to a new garden podcast. Enjoyed listening …