House and Garden Highlights: 7.01.06 and 7.05.06
Just as AT finishes up gardening month the Chron focuses in on houseplants, with an interesting story on why you should never substitute silk for cellulose.
Then there’s that piece on Henry Urbach, which we find befuddling. Why did a story on a new curator at SF MOMA wind up in the Home & Garden section?
• Houseplants can be just like a breath of fresh air: Houseplants are like “room lungs,” purifying the air you breathe of the many toxins that accumulate indoors. Ann Coombs details which ones are best and why.