West 104th Street Garden

August 14, 2008

August Newsletters of Note

Filed under: News — by west104garden @ 11:45 am

Celebrating the Seasons with Rebecca Kolls features multiplying your perennials, creating garden-fresh centerpieces and a salsa recipe. She also answers readers questions about droopy hostas (we’ve got hostas, but I think they look good) and cat-faced tomatoes. Well, if only my tomatoes grew, but those who got theirs this year have an enviable stock of pretty reds.

Read about it at http://www.garden.org/celebratingtheseasons/

Moss in the City: Gardening in Small Spaces

William Moss talks about, well, moss. His first time addressing the subject that shares his name, Mr. Moss talks about sustainable peat moss, how to cultivate moss in your garden. Also in this issue, befriending your local farmers’ market farmers and gardening tips for the waning summer months.

Read about it at http://www.garden.org/urbangardening/


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