Ruminations Across the country, as the days gradually grow longer, gardeners are turning to pulling up weeds, putting in pansies and considering the world around them. Weekend Edition essayist Diane Roberts contemplates the view from her mother's garden in Tallahassee.
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Across the country, as the days gradually grow longer, gardeners are turning to pulling up weeds, putting in pansies and considering the world around them. Weekend Edition essayist Diane Roberts contemplates the view from her mother's garden in Tallahassee.