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Yellow Springs News Blogs Section :: Page 33

  • BLOG – Resting Places

    George's Resting Place, a bench on campus in memory of George W. Dewey 1917-2000. (photos by Suzanne Ehalt)
  • BLOG-And The Beet Goes On

    beets, radish, spinach, and zucchini

    Beets are amazingly resilient plants, and they are a wonderful medium for combining cooking and gardening skills.

  • BLOG – Memorial Day

  • 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


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

  • BLOG – Personality in Numbers


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

  • BLOG-What’s at Stake


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

  • BLOG – Irises around town


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

  • Happy Cinco de Mayo


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