An Interview

by John Bannister Tabb I sat with chill December Beside the evening fire. “And what do you remember,” I ventured to inquire, “Of seasons long forsaken?” He answered in amaze, “My age you have mistaken; I’ve lived but thirty days.”     As featured onThe Daily Gardener podcast: Words inspired by the garden are the…

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Today we celebrate the English garden writer who fell in love with one of the world’s first science fiction writers – and she turned out to be a woman. We’ll also learn about the Connecticut botanist and conservations who created a new undergraduate degree program he called Human Ecology. We’ll hear a delightful interview with…

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By John Bannister Tabb “And pray, who are you?” Said the Violet blue To the Bee, with surprise, At his wonderful size, In her eyeglass of dew. “I, madam,” quoth he, “Am a publican Bee, Collecting the tax Of honey and wax. Have you nothing for me?” As featured onThe Daily Gardener podcast: Words inspired…

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