Yellow Springs News Blogs Section :: Page 25

  • BLOG-Iris, the Goddesses’ Rainbow

    Iris virginica

    I had a marvelous opportunity this week to attend the dedication of the new Iris Garden at Cox Arboretum. A couple of weeks prior, volunteer coordinator Janet Metter asked if I could help hand out programs and snap pictures at Wednesday’s ceremony. I’m so glad I said yes.

  • BLOG – Not the average quiet corner

    Party in Kings Yard

    Friday nights are normally quiet nights in Kings Yard. A few plants are sold, and maybe a set of prayer flags, but for the most part, it’s pretty low key.

  • BLOG-The Indulgence

    theIndulgence

    In a stunning turn of events, I offer my daughter collard greens… and she eats them.

  • BLOG – Personality in Numbers

    qc_housenumber21

    Carved in wood, hand written, unique shapes and placements, the village is full of numbers with personality.

  • BLOG-What’s at Stake

    beanPeaStarts

    In vegetable gardening, an early investment in infrastructure pays off at harvest.

  • BLOG – Irises around town

    qc_iris07

    Some irises grow in deserts, some in swamps, some in the cold far north, and some here in Yellow Springs.

  • Happy Cinco de Mayo

    fishTacos

    One of my favorite meals is fish tacos. For Breakfast!

  • BLOG — Documentary raises the sushi bar

    Jirosan

    “Jiro Dreams of Sushi” is a film about a man and his craft of sushi making.

  • BLOG – My cat is famous

    ray02

    In my own little world, in my quite corner of the village, Ray, my cat is famous! He must be since he was mentioned in the editorial last week about the People’s Pets.

  • BLOG-Going Native

    fosterForests

    From 10am to 2pm today Saturday 28 April, Cox Arboretum is holding its annual Wildflower and Native Plant Sale, and I must recommend it.