The last of the summer holiday (Labor Day weekend in US) has passed and things have returned to normalcy as kids return to school, employees report to work regularly, and stores are stocked with the latest fall and winter fashions. By no means have warm days disappeared – today’s mercury will hit at least 90 degrees F as if summer refuses to loosen its grip for fall. This week’s Sunday Clippings mixes equal parts of art (exhibitions and video introspectives) and horticulture (garden profiles, plant profiles).
- 5-10-5: Gina Price of Pettifers Garden
- Book Review: Sowing Beauty: Designing Flowering Meadows from Seed by James Hitchmough
- 5-10-5: Ben Stormes, Curator and Horticulturist for the UBC Botanical Garden’s North American Collections
- 5-10-5: Matthew Pottage, Curator of RHS Wisley Garden
- 5-10-5: Peter Zale, Curator of Plants and Plant Breeder at Longwood Gardens
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