Wisteria Garden Circle

Tallahassee Garden Club

   Jul 13

Simplicity in Practice: The Einstein Method

So, this is sort of a Tidy Tip. That is, if your closet is the thing that’s out of control. You can get your closet under control and simplify your daily routine by using what I have termed the Einstein Method of dressing.  I call it this even though it sort of perpetuates the myth […]

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   Jul 12

Project #4: Front Yard Part 10,423,765

So, I know we’ll be talking about xeriscaping later this year, but here’s a little preview of what I’ve been working on in my front yard for the past 3 years. As you can see from the before, it was pretty much a blank slate. And, I hate grass. I hate grass like I hate […]

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   Mar 30

Celebrate Earth Day with New Leaf Market

Saturday, April 17 (same day as the Wisteria field trip) 10:00 am to 6:00 pm The first 100 people to make the Earth Day pledge will receive a free pepper or tomato plant. There will also be representatives from Waste Management with information on local recycling practices.

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   Mar 26

Green Up Your Spring Cleaning

It’s that time of year again! Time to open the windows, roll up your sleeves, get down and dirty (or clean), and aim for all those little dusty and dingy corners. But if you find your eyes burning and all that chlorine has singed off your eyebrows, you may want to consider greening up your […]

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   Dec 17

Vermiculture at Lady Bird Farms

We went to this last year. It was super fun and very informative. From New Leaf Market Website Location: Ladybird Organic Farm 1211 Waukeenah Hwy., Monticello, FL Saturday, February 20 2:00-4:00 pm $10 owners, $12 non-owners Join Cynthia Connolly, PhD., owner of Ladybird Organics™, as she explains and demonstrates everything you need to know to […]

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   Oct 22

Random CNN Composting Article

CNN.com posted a sort of random article on composting. It’s got a lot of helpful info if you’re just getting started. Link

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   Apr 02

National Garden Month

I know for some of us, every month is garden month, but April is officially National Garden Month! How will you celebrate it? The National Gardening Association has got some great ideas and articles, as well as helpful how-to videos. To celebrate National Garden Month, there’s also a contest you can enter to win a […]

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   Mar 27

Turn off Your Lights for Earth Hour

Participate in Earth Hour on Saturday, March 28, by turning off your lights for one hour (830 PM to 930 PM). The light-out is a symbol of consolidarity among people of different nations to “VOTE EARTH.” Each person to turn off their lights is considered one vote. Earth Hour is trying to reach one billion […]

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   Jun 11

Green Podcasts: The Future is Now

I know I’m about 4 years behind with the podcast thing, but I’ve recently become obsessed with them. If you’ve got some time to kill and you’ve got iTunes installed, check out the tons of great (and FREE) podcasts at the iTunes Store. A couple of my personal recommendations are GreenLiving.com’s Green Talk Radio and […]

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