The Story of More by Hope Jahren (Climate Change)

This book was referred to me from a librarian on 23 August, it was then downloaded on kindle. Talking Points: beware of the 2 Celsius increase in temp GMO talk spinning wheels creation of dams Green energy transportation needs watch carbon dioxide consume less & share we need to get serious about 3 generations until...... … Continue reading The Story of More by Hope Jahren (Climate Change)

Paradise Lot by Eric Toenemeier (Zoom Discussion)

downloaded 7.21.2020 we need to listen to the land 150-200 food and nitrogen producing plants, thus your eatable landsape (a small city block). This is gardening for everybody else published in 2013 Germination is the beginning of the garden permaculture  permanent agriculture  (need low maintenance)  help out the environment talk about heat BTUs of chicken … Continue reading Paradise Lot by Eric Toenemeier (Zoom Discussion)

A Way to Garden by Margaret Roach (July Book) Zoom discussion?

ordered/downloaded the 19th of June Preface: people saw WEEDS! gardeners grew winterberry holly and asters hype of native plants  likes earthworms for enviromentaal health seeds are now intellectual properties like ripen all at once for harvesting author likes the organic process (also looking at pest control) wanted a 365 day garden it's her way to … Continue reading A Way to Garden by Margaret Roach (July Book) Zoom discussion?

Emily Dickenson’s Gardening Life by Martha McDowell (June zoom discussion)

Emily Elizabeth Dickinson (December 10, 1830 – May 15, 1886) was an American poet. It was Dickenson that encouraged this book on gardening. Emily Dickenson was a gardener   A daisy in Emily Dickenson from her homestead she even grew prize winning figs Amherst college hill  (the pioneer valley) history of the Dickenson's garden tells … Continue reading Emily Dickenson’s Gardening Life by Martha McDowell (June zoom discussion)

Planting in a Post-Wild World by Thomas Rainer and Claudia West (Sept 2020 Book) Zoom discussion

My synopsis of the book:  After reading/listening (kindle) of the book for about 12 hours, I give the book a 4 smiley face rating out of a possible 5....and here's why:  I felt as though I was talking a college class on architecture Found out at the end of the book the author (Thomas Rainer) … Continue reading Planting in a Post-Wild World by Thomas Rainer and Claudia West (Sept 2020 Book) Zoom discussion

Designing Gardens with Flora of the American East by Ms. Carolyn Summers (Feb. book)

  Most of the Buds enjoyed the book, and it was noted that this text would be a good reference tool.  The book received a 4 smiley face ratting.  Nine people atteneded. 1/22/2020 Preface:  Authors like the welfare of animals.  Looked at habitat by studding landscape architecture.  She liked indigenous plants.  If you support wild … Continue reading Designing Gardens with Flora of the American East by Ms. Carolyn Summers (Feb. book)