Horticulture

The Savage Removal of a Malicious Shrub

self-taught horticulturist, which means I had the luxury of learning the fun stuff I liked (plants, soil, design) while deftly sidestepping the rest (turf, plant ID). It also means that when I’m among classically trained horticulturists I’ve become nimble at moving the conversation to things I know and faking the rest.

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