Tabs I Can't Close 29: Plants, Interviews, Mousse, Farming.

Friday, October 23, 2015



The other day I brought home two neglected end-of-summer plants. The cashier referred to the philodendron as "he," and as I walked back to my car with two huge plants in my arms, one trailing behind me and the other reaching for the sky, I felt like I was on the edge of calling myself a "plant mom." I'm also restraining myself from doing things like asking my banker if I can take a cutting from the plant in the corner of her office, and asking the librarians if I can get a start from the plant behind the fiction stacks, so I love this round-up of unusual indoor plant ideas. Ginger? A pot of lemon trees? Moss?

Terry Gross. (Heart, so warmed.)

An interview with Porter editor-in-chief Lucy Yeomans. I'm such a sucker for the, "With £300 in my pocket, off I went" kind of stories.

White chocolate mousse.

Looking forward to this conference.

And this series.

Oh, so cosy.

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