This past week’s Sunday Clippings takes on an ecological and agricultural slant rather than a horticultural one. Only one article, a profile of a British potter’s garden, relates to horticulture directly while the remainder concern agriculture (almonds, urban agriculture, and trendy foods), plant classification (the dying of Latin names), and plant ecology (the cell architecture of a tree). Just as we had thought that the sweltering summer temperatures were long gone, the heat returned again this past week and only yesterday did autumnal temperatures resumed. The cool was ever perceptible this morning, and a gorgeous day followed!
- 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
5-10-5 annuals arrangements Art Artist artists Australia autumn books bulbs ceramics Chanticleer Chelsea Flower Show color containers Cooking Cordoba cut flower Cut flowers Dahlias Dear Eric Dear Jimmy DeWiersse East Asia England Floral floral arrangement floral flowers flower arrangements flowers Food fragrance fruit Garden Garden design gardens Grasses Gravetye Manor Great Dixter hellebores Herbaceous perennial herbaceous perennials horticulture Israel james landscape Longwood Gardens Madrid meadows Narcissus naturalistic planting Netherlands North America Pacific Northwest Piet Oudolf plants Poppies Portugal Recipes shrubs Spain spring Sunday Clippings Taiwan Tasmania tips trees Tuesday's Terrace tulips United Kingdom Valencia vegetable garden William Robinson winter winter flowers