Re: giant vegetables and the men who grow them

Ruby Rohrlich (rohrlich@GWIS2.CIRC.GWU.EDU)
Sat, 30 Sep 1995 01:06:04 -0400

The Utopian society of Findhorn in Scotland grows these large plants and
one of their methods is talking to them. Arlene Sheer wrote the article
entitled "Findhorn, Scotland:The People Who Talk to Plants," It's included
in the anthology Women in Search of Utopia, which I co-edited. Ruby Rohrlich

On Fri, 29 Sep 1995, E J Sobo wrote:

> Hi - Does anyone out there know anything about growing giant vegetables
> and/or the people who do so? Apparently, there are people who live in my
> area (Northeast England) who grow giant leeks, and I want to find out more
> about this/them. I've been told that this is a very working class thing,
> and that it is a male activity. If anyone has any ideas on the topic
> (literature that may be related, research questions that might need
> asking) I'd love to hear from you....
> Thanks, Elisa.
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