Magnolia Park, Sat. June 23rd, 2018 - We are still in the planning stages! Stay tune! Let me know if you want to help :-)
Join us for our music and arts series, sponsored by Wellesley Bank Charitable Foundation. When: Wednesday, September 13, 5:00 pm - 7:30 pm Where: The Gardens at Elm Bank Cost: FREE to All
Francois Barre-Sinoussi asked a question - Q: What causes immune deficiency? A: HIV (human immunodeficiency virus)
B and M are getting married in June so I made this for them as a gift. Pencil, watercolor, acrylic, and paper
These are galaxy watercolors inspired by photos of the Carina Nebula.
I hope to have this up in my Etsy Shop soon.I used watercolor, markers, my scanner, and printer to create this card.
Inspired by the Women's March on Washington Allie designed and screen printed a bunch of "Support Women in Science" t-shirts.
As a gardener professional my go to bulb supplier is Colorblends. It's good to order your bulbs ahead of the Fall season before they run out. It's happened to me so play it safe and order now.
Plants in the cucurbits family such as cucumbers and watermelon are commonly susceptible to powdery mildew.
GARDEN TIP: Are there heavy metals in the vegetables from your garden? Soils can be sent to be tested here…
Humans do need metals such as iron and copper in their diets for good health but in small dosages. Large amounts of heavy metals like lead can be toxic to humans and especially children so get your soil tested.
Allium are some of my favorite spring bulbs. They look so dramatic with their straight stalks and colorful puff at the top.
Allie worked for a few summers at TJ Brown Inc on the gardening crew.
At the March for Science rally at the Boston Commons on April 22nd I had the most fun checking out all of the posters so I went around taking pictures of them with my SLR camera. Here are a few...
Mexico is great! Knowing your Spanish is important.
In 2008 Allie visited her friend Cat in France while studing abroad
We walked into some very large freezers with bulbs and saw different growing methods
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