Daily Archives: April 15, 2018

Scene From A Sabbath Drive Past Multnomah Falls

Water rapidly rushes over the gorge under the approving gaze of the assembled travelers while the land slumps past the stumps of trees recently cut down over the road closed west to Bridal Veil. Nearby ashen mute moss-covered tree trunks … Continue reading

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Book Review: Native Ferns, Moss, & Grasses

Native Ferns, Moss, & Grasses:  From Emerald Carpet To Amber Wave:  Serene And Sensuous Plants For The Garden, by William Cullina Unfortunately, this book was not quite as serene as I would have wished it to be.  While I have … Continue reading

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Book Review: Carnivorous Plants

Carnivorous Plants:  Gardening With Extraordinary Botanicals, by Nigel Hewitt-Cooper My first thought among many generally positive thoughts upon reading this book was that I wonder why it was not more popular to see people growing carnivorous plants when I was … Continue reading

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