Garden Your City
Every town has a Main Street and some public spaces to be gardened. Whether placing a few crocus to herald spring by the mailbox or around a street sign, growing native grasses aside an historic plaque, or planting daffodil bulbs in memory of 9/11, do inquire at Town
Hall or call the park manager, or garden club for permission to plant
so your efforts will be welcome and well worth the effort.
Welcome to the most enjoyable, beautiful gift of gardening!
So, when was it? The first sniff of a flower you grew from seed? Sitting under a tree you planted? Was it the taste of your first ripe organic tomato, when you took time to observe a bird feeding its young, or the feeling you had when you saw your first Monarch butterfly?
Now you know the awe and joy. When did you become a gardener?
Garden Your City is a down-to-earth, how-to-get-gardening primer
that will inspire you to start and then expand your gardening horizons.
Hardcover, 232 pages, 50 illustrations; color photos
Illustrations by talented artist and gardener and dear friend, PAULA BRINKMAN.
Garden Your City is THE source for public volunteer beautification projects, and school gardens.
Donate a copy to your library!
A most welcome "green gift" to share.