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August 28, 1995 | SUSAN HEEGER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Not so long ago, Lili Singer was living a comfortable life doing work she loved. She was the host of "The Garden Show" on radio station KCRW-FM, writing a gardening column for a design magazine, teaching gardening and horticulture through UCLA Extension and consulting on homeowners' gardens throughout Los Angeles. Then a friend came to her with an idea. Why not start a gardening newsletter full of information geared to the climate and growing conditions of Southern California?
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March 30, 1997 | DEBRA J. HOTALING, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Today's topic: snails. "I can't kill them," admits Lili Singer, surveying her backyard. "I can't stand to hear them squish." Phyllis Benenson shakes her head. "I'm ruthless with snails," she says passionately. "I have no problem stepping on them. I cut tomato worms in half with scissors. . . ." Singer shudders. "I know, I know, you pick the snails up very carefully and take them across the street to the empty lot," Benenson says. "No, that was the grasshoppers." "Then what do you do with snails?
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 28, 1995 | SUSAN HEEGER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Not so long ago, Lili Singer was living a comfortable life doing work she loved. She was the host of "The Garden Show" on radio station KCRW-FM (89.9), writing a gardening column for a design magazine, teaching gardening and horticulture through UCLA Extension and consulting on homeowners' gardens throughout Los Angeles. Then a friend came to her with an idea. Why not start a gardening newsletter full of information geared to the climate and growing conditions of Southern California?
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 28, 1995 | SUSAN HEEGER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Not so long ago, Lili Singer was living a comfortable life doing work she loved. She was the host of "The Garden Show" on radio station KCRW-FM, writing a gardening column for a design magazine, teaching gardening and horticulture through UCLA Extension and consulting on homeowners' gardens throughout Los Angeles. Then a friend came to her with an idea. Why not start a gardening newsletter full of information geared to the climate and growing conditions of Southern California?
NEWS
March 30, 1997 | DEBRA J. HOTALING, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Today's topic: snails. "I can't kill them," admits Lili Singer, surveying her backyard. "I can't stand to hear them squish." Phyllis Benenson shakes her head. "I'm ruthless with snails," she says passionately. "I have no problem stepping on them. I cut tomato worms in half with scissors. . . ." Singer shudders. "I know, I know, you pick the snails up very carefully and take them across the street to the empty lot," Benenson says. "No, that was the grasshoppers." "Then what do you do with snails?
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 28, 1995 | SUSAN HEEGER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Not so long ago, Lili Singer was living a comfortable life doing work she loved. She was the host of "The Garden Show" on radio station KCRW-FM (89.9), writing a gardening column for a design magazine, teaching gardening and horticulture through UCLA Extension and consulting on homeowners' gardens throughout Los Angeles. Then a friend came to her with an idea. Why not start a gardening newsletter full of information geared to the climate and growing conditions of Southern California?
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