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Dandelion: Easy to Grow

All winter and spring I try and try to get plants to grow. I pamper cranky houseplants, sprinkle seeds into pots and encourage them to grow into seedlings. I cheer for each crocus that pokes up through the snow, celebrate each brave hint of green, the first … Continue reading

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Dandelions: On the Road

The road goes ever on and on.             Down from the door where it began.             Now far ahead the road has gone             And … Continue reading

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Dandelions: A Number of Reasons to Love Them

Parking lots are fertile fields for the weed-loving botanist. You wouldn’t think that anything could grow without soil, without water, in a big pile of rocks–in fact, the reason the rocks were put there was so that weeds wouldn’t move … Continue reading

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