Gardening headlines, January 8-14

Kat Fox

One of world’s rarest plants stolen from Kew — The Telegraph |

Men discovering the joy of gardening — The Toronto Star |

Is horticulture a withering field? — The Philadelphia Inquirer |

Listen to What Your Plants Have to Say — New York Times |

Hops farming grows slowly despite brewers’ demand — The Houston Chronicle |

Snowdrop mania returns: £195 for one bulb — The Telegraph |

World’s first glow-in-the-dark plant genetically engineered — Dezeen |

City staff say ok to boulevard gardening — St. Catharines Standard |

Every week, we here at Garden Making look far and wide for the stories that put gardening in the headlines. Here’s your weekly round-up of gardening news from across Canada and beyond.

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