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29 September 2014


Colleen Whitver

Great story and beautiful set of photos. I occasionally grow cotton here, but we are at the very northern edge of it's possible growing zone. An early frost can get to it before the bolls open completely. But it is a beautiful plant. I like to make cotton stem/boll flower arrangements with feathers and other everlastings added.


What a fun, happy story! We were in an adoption group together in Nashville. I have kept up with your travels for several years because I love your stories. Keep writing. :)


What a great story and love the photos. I, too, recently came across Franny's garden when she offered garlic cloves for planting to neighbors. I had heard about the Little Free Library but had never seen the gardens. Another odd coincidence - I also recently moved to the neighborhood (in Houston) from Nashville.
PS - Enjoy your FB posts on Sap and Green as well.
Happy Gardening!

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