Sandy Hingston is a senior editor at Philadelphia magazine and writes the “In the Garden” column for Philadelphia Home & Garden. (You’ll find links to those columns on the left-hand side of the blog page, under, appropriately, “Links”! She lives outside Philadelphia in a 120-year-0ld Victorian twin home that doesn’t have nearly a big enough yard. She has also written for More, Women’s Health, Self and Prevention, among other publications.



  1. Dan Shimberg said,

    July 20, 2009 at 6:03 pm

    Sandy- nice to read a blog that isn’t a political diatribe. I’m much less of
    a committed gardener than you. At the moment our garden, which is mostly scrubs, bushes and trees has evolve into a Deer Deli. They are
    coming by every morning to dine on our Hostas and the fallen apples from
    our out-of-control Macintosh tree. What makes it especially nice is when
    Ellie our Black Lab stands at the window and barks at the deer…and they
    just ignore her and keep on eating. Ah thh the balance of nature.

    • Jeongyim lee said,

      September 28, 2016 at 11:12 pm

      What a nice picture you just describe it as seen there

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