Louisiana Gardener


How about a new perspective? Story and Photography by Cindy Shapton Do you ever look at weeds and wonder why this or that plant is considered a weed while other plants, such as bermudagrass, are not? It’s all in the angle I suppose, “One man’s treasure is another man’s junk,” and all that. Perhaps, before …

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Story and Photography by Yvonne Lelong Bordelon Old-fashioned nasturtiums are perfect for Louisiana’s cool seasons. In North Louisiana, the attractive edible beauties can be enjoyed from early spring through summer. In South Louisiana, this flowering cook’s delight can be grown from fall through spring during mild winters.  Vining varieties are happy on fences, trellises, or …


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