Outdoors
OUTDOORS Capital City Weekly Unlatching the double screen door, I slip quietly into my burgeoning greenhouse and examine my recently transplanted herbs, flowers, and vegetables for signs of progress. It's always so exciting when those carefully nurtured seedlings finally escape the confines of their small containers for the wide-open real estate of raised beds. One day there's just bare soil and empty space, then, boom, a room filled with glorious, thriving greenery.

The Green Thumb: German Chamomile

The daisy-like flowers of German chamomile rise up front and center among lobelia, beets, zinnias and pole beans in Petersen's greenhouse in Thorne Bay.
Photo By Carla Petersen
The daisy-like flowers of German chamomile rise up front and center among lobelia, beets, zinnias and pole beans in Petersen's greenhouse in Thorne Bay.
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