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I stumbled across this reprint of an article from a 1917 gardening magazine entitled "Evolution of my Garden" written by Mrs Greenleaf Clarke and even with no photos, it is a delight to read and so easy to picture what a lovely cottage garden she had. Wonder if that was her real name or a pen name? Anyway, I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. Has a wonderful idea on how to grow sweet peas too.
Oh, duh, I get it. It's three columns. Fascinating. I was trying to read it straight across from left to right. One can almost visualize it, and I do like her sweet pea idea! I now find I am writing rather differently, and must--quickly now!--haste to Plantfiles to look up a great many things.
When I started to read the article it all seemed familiar, so I looked back at the thread and saw it was started 11/15/2006 and then looked at the number of viewers. I think I must have been one of them. Linconitess, I hope you're still here in DG to see how many people you've reached. Thank you again.