Through the Seasons with Dulcy: More Favorite Columns by the Oregonian Garden Writer Dulcy Mahar PDF
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Through The Seasons With Dulcy: More Favorite Columns By The Oregonian Garden Writer Dulcy Mahar

For more than two decades, Dulcy Mahar invited Northwest gardeners into her world. Through wildly popular columns in "The Oregonian," readers came to know the changing three-fifths of an acre of gardens that surrounded her home in Portland's Garthwick neighborhood. Over the years, Dulcy opened her doors for tours, was a top speaker at Northwest garden events and secured a spot in Northwesterners' ...

Hardcover: 288 pages
Publisher: Carpe Diem; First edition (October 1, 2014)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0989710440
ISBN-13: 978-0989710442
Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 0.8 x 8.9 inches
Amazon Rank: 1405093
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“Just love Dulcy's writing.....she was a very special person. Wish I could have met her in person. I always learn from her columns, but she is never preachy, just entertaining and even self deprecating at times. Thanks to her husband for putting thi...”

earts. Eavesdrop on a conversation with Northwest gardeners and sooner or later someone would say, "Well, Dulcy..."Her death from cancer in 2011 left readers bereft without her weekly column, so it was no surprise how they dove with relief into "Back in the Garden with Dulcy," happy to find dozens of her beloved columns and photos of her and her changing landscape.Every week since 1989, season in and season out, readers had looked forward to finding out what was going on in Dulcy's garden. In winter, they dreamed as she did of what to do in the coming planting season. In spring, they watched along with her for the first emerging tendrils. Summer was the time of basking in the lushness and worrying about the heat. Autumn was harvests and reflection.Now in Through the Seasons with Dulcy, readers can again find monthly inspiration from her--as well as get a glimpse into the places in her home and garden she most cherished. Ted Mahar reflects on their fifty-year marriage, their beloved pets and her well-known garden, plus takes readers behind the scenes into Dulcy's favorite places inside their home. He has selected 140 more beloved columns for this second volume, complemented by more than 100 color photographs.If you are one of her readers who have missed that weekly trip into Dulcy's beautiful gardens, here are dozens more of her best columns. Arranged by seasons, Northwest gardeners can once again (or, if you missed reading Dulcy over the years, for the first time) let her guide you through the months. Come on. Garden season is calling.