Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘Kelly Coyne’

Free Tuesday: Edible Landscaping

Free Tuesday:  Edible Landscaping

Here’s how she feels about plants: In a blog posting at Root Simple, Mrs. Homegrown, aka Kelly Coyne, is explaining how to deal with extremely root-bound plants—that is easily diagnosed when you take a plant out of its container and see more root than dirt. Coyne states that if gently pulling the roots apart does […]

Want a Winter Garden Wonderland?

Want a Winter Garden Wonderland?

Just think: folks on the East Coast are digging themselves out of a foot or more of snow and preparing for a week without power (and it’s only the first day of November). We can write an article on winter vegetable gardening. Now, ya gotta smile. Altadena Heritage will be holding its ever-popular Sustainability Series […]

At Vroman’s: Making It; or, How to Not Be a Consumer

At Vroman’s: Making It; or, How to Not Be a Consumer

Urban homesteading, despite the recent trademark kerfuffle, is a broad movement with practitioners all over the world. Among those practitioners are Kelly Coyne and Erik Knutzen, Silver Lake residents and authors of The Urban Homestead, a handy guide to growing stuff for city dwellers. They’ve followed this well-received volume up with Making It: Radical Home […]


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