Sunday Clippings


Fashion week in London, New York, Milan, and Paris may have ended, but the importance of flowers and floral art is given its due in NY Times and Financial Times. Perhaps designers have the same thirst for spring like us gardeners. NASA publishes an image that underscores the impermanence of galaxies, even our own. On the conservation front, we have the alarm of declining crop diversity and an invasive flatworm that feeds on snails and earth-dwelling arthropods. Enjoy the spring coming around the corner, despite the ides of March being next week!

Designers nurture penchant for petals @FT

Getty Images makes 35 million images free in flight against copyright infringement @BritishJournal of Photography

NASA Image shows spiral galaxy being torn @NatureWorldNews

Mulleins: majestic accents for dry gardens @StCatherinesStandard

Escargot could follow the dodo, scientists warn @Telegraph

By Arrangement, Fashion’s Florists @NYTimes

Crop diversity decline ‘threatens food security’ @BBC News

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