Dy-nee-mite Connected to Black-eyed Susan’s

dynamiteIn what has come to me as a shock, I have discovered a real boomer of a story. This explosive new evidence shows us that the founder of the Nobel Peace Prize, Alfred Nobel is connected to Rudbeckia Hirta, or the beloved . . . (planted almost everywhere I go), Black-eyed Susan.

You have to read this . . . it really is a blast. There is absolutely, no way, no how, nowhere else this type of info could have been bundled together and delivered in such a knockout virtuoso piece of reporting. It truly makes me pause and wonder what the World would be like with the Blog-o-sphere.

I must seriously(seriously . . . ) salute the County Clerk for a great piece of writing. From Linneaus, to Rubeck, through Nobel and his far reaching impact, all the way to the hallowed grounds of one-third of the Triple Crown, the Preakness. Writing with vigor, wit and passion the Clerk fuses it all together taking the reader for quite a ride.

This post will blow the competition (cough-cough) away. My early; and solid, leader for Gardening Blog Post of the Year.


[Gif is courtesy of the Nobel.org web-site, linked above]

By Rick Anderson

The Whispering Crane Institute was originally formed to act as the umbrella organization for the Philosophy of Design Symposium, and other seminars and workshops given by Rick Anderson and Richard L. Dube’. In the year 2000 WCI became a sole proprietorship owned by Rick Anderson. Today the WCI provides design and consultation services for Landscape Contractors, acts as a Green Industry think tank, and provides training for others in the form of workshops, seminars, and individual consulting. The WCI also provides written material, opinions, case-studies and how-to articles for industry trade magazines.

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