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Floral Friday Foto: Sago Palm

The Sago Palm is not a palm at all but a Cyad. They are easy to maintain and slow-growing and so they make excellent houseplants… 20 more words

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Pierre du Pont and the Kennett Pike

Along Route 52: Delaware’s Historic Kennett Pike by Andrew D. Engel, archivist, Hagley Museum and Library.  Images of America, Arcadia Publishing, 2014.

Kennett Pike, Route 52, runs north along a ridge from Wilmington, Delaware, through the small towns of Greenville, Centerville, Fairville, and Mendenhall to intersect Baltimore Pike at Hamorton, just east of Kennett Square and Longwood Gardens.  786 more words

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Canning Some Cookbooks

Clump #261:  Clear pile of old cookbooks from bedroom; day nineteen of National Blog Posting Month.

The theme for today is food.  I yanked a pile of old cookbooks out of our bedroom.   182 more words

Best washroom in North America: Gotta go see it.

It comes as no surprise that the toilets at Longwood Gardens, just outside Philadelphia, have been voted the best public restrooms in the U.S.

You will never find an entrance to a washroom anywhere so beautifully, lavishly and extensively landscaped as the one at Longwood with its superb, lengthy green-wall corridor. 271 more words


Meet an EMP: Nicole Krom

Years in Museum Field: 7

Degrees/Certificates: BA, Art History, Villanova University
MA, Museum Education, University of the Arts

Current Occupation: Assistant Membership Manager, Longwood Gardens… 855 more words


"1000 bloom chrysanthemum" field report

Time flies so quickly! Chrysanthemum Festival is going to last few more days!

Do you know how these incredibly gorgeous creature come to East conservatory?? 388 more words

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Always Ask Yourself: "Is It A Clump?"

Clump #257:  Resist buying clump; day fifteen of National Blog Posting Month.

Once upon a time, on a lovely late summer day, my husband’s two sisters and I were visiting gorgeous  520 more words