It is the week of return—of the vernal equinox, and of the shooting stars—the blue blue-violet alliums in Robert Irwin’s Central Garden at the... Read More
All Posts by Paula Panich
I'm a writer and teacher. I live in Los Angeles, but once lived where alliums needn't be refrigerated, ever. My books include Cultivating Words: The Guide to Writing about the Plants and Gardens You Love; I will teach a class (open to the public) in the UCLA Extension Landscape Architecture Program in April and May called Making Space: Four Writers, Four Landscapes, Four Passions (M.F.K Fisher, Chekhov, Edith Wharton, and Mary Austin).