Southwood Smith In 1851, a note was written to Nathaniel Bagshaw Ward (of Wardian case fame). The message was from Southwood Smith, an eminent English doctor, minister, and father of sanitary reform (public health) in England. During his time, Southwood Smith was recognized as the originator of preventive medicine, and he was constantly writing…Read More
Today is April 1st. It’s the perfect day to start a brand new gardening podcast.
April is derived from the word aperit- which means to open.
Yet, every Prince fan, or northern gardener, knows that, sometimes it snows in April.
So, April flowers should take heed; open at your own risk.Read More