William Taylor

William Taylor

Autumn Work We’re going to travel back in time, about 144 years ago, and read William Taylor’s thoughts on Autumn Work that he shared in The Nottinghamshire Guardian on this day in 1875.  He wrote: “WHAT a relief to the flower gardener to bid farewell to the summer of 1875! The work has been quite…

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October 25, 2019 Gardening for Mental Health, Supporting Farmer’s Markets, Bertrand de Molleville, Odoardo Beccari, Martinus Beijerinck, Bernard Verdcourt, Bliss Cameron, Flowers in the Kitchen by Susan Belsinger, Garden Collections, and Thoughts on Autumn by William Taylor

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Today we celebrate the Frenchman who designed the very first secateurs or pruners and the Italian orphan who grew up to discover the corpse flower. We’ll learn about the Dutch botanist who was trying to figure out what was going on with his tobacco plants and made a significant discovery for science. We’ll hear the…

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