By Mary Oliver Leaving the house, I went out to see The frog, for example, in her satiny skin; and her eggs like a slippery veil; and her eyes with their golden rims; and the pond with its risen lilies; and its warmed shores dotted with pink flowers; and the long, windless afternoons; and the…

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March 31, 2020 Starting Seeds, Renee’s Garden Seeds, John Lineback, William Ralph Meredith, Elmer Ivan Applegate, Muriel Wheldale Onslow, April Poems, Life List by Olivia Gentile, and Karen Washington

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Today we celebrate the man who invented the cottonseed huller. We’ll learn about a Canadian legal eagle who loved gardening and one of Oregon’s pioneer botanists. We’ll celebrate the work of a female biochemist who made some remarkable discoveries about bloom color by studying snapdragons. Today’s Unearthed Words feature words about March. We Grow That…

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