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Writing of gardens, and the unmanageable


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By Ellen Steinbaum
September 7, 2008

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I never expected to become obsessed with my garden. I once had a suburban house, with the requisite rhododendrons, tomato plants, crab grass. It was nice, but hardly spellbinding. So why am I completely possessed by a collection of potted plants on a second-story deck not quite the size of a walk-in closet? (Full article: 585 words)

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