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Sunday Clippings

Sunday Clippings


Sunday Clippings

Glow-in-the-dark plants may seem something out of science fiction, but they appear to be reality. Whether gardeners will accept them or not is up to question! For those who have trouble keeping herbs alive and fresh longer, Food 52 offers several practical tips. Bee deaths may be liked to a virus after pesticide uses and predatory mites have been implicated. Contemporary artist Eric Fischl provides laconic responses in an interview, while Sarah Ryhanan reveals the ins and outs of running her florist and soap business Saipua in Red Hook, Brooklyn, NY.

Glow-in-the-dark plants come closer to reality @SydneyMorningHerald

The best way to store herbs @Food52

26 Questions for Artist Eric Fischl @BlouinArtInfo

Bee Deaths May Stem from Virus @NYTimes

Veterans and Startups: Sarah Ryhanan of Saipua Flowers @Designsponge

Nature, Cities, and Long-term Thinking @LongNowFoundation

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Winter Flower Arrangement

Winter Flower Arrangement