The showy dahlia stages a comeback, but for these enthusiasts it never went away
from The Washington Post
Adrian Higgins writes: I was standing along the Alexandria waterfront a couple of years ago when a Spanish galleon showed up, proving once again that if you wait long enough, everything comes full circle. This is especially true in the gardening world. Houseplants, embraced by hirsute, plaid-draped baby boomers in the 1970s, fell into obscurity before being rescued in this century by millennials. Succulents were once the domain of rock-garden enthusiasts — there is no more esoteric a subset of gardeners — but are now an essential part of contemporary urban life.
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