Garden: Solution to Quarantine Blues

Garden: Solution to Quarantine Blues

How has your week been? I don’t know about you, but I spent the last week hoping that April 1st would come with a global APRIL FOOLS announcement and we’d be over the hump of this mysterious time and into the next phase. We’ll...

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Planning the Plot

Planning the Plot

There are 2 types of gardeners, perhaps even more. In the two I know there’s the folks that look at a piece of land, want to tear it up, get their fingers as dirty as possible and plant again, and again. Some plants not doing exactly what...

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Fall Signs and Smells

Fall Signs and Smells

we found some of these on our tree, so we picked. and peeled. and peeled some more. and put them in a pot to make sauce. and smelled (sorry, no picture for that) looking forward to more cool mornings, crisp evenings, fall holidays and another...

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Sunday Garden

Sunday Garden

Summer has swept us away, and the garden. Things are growing–nearly out of control. It’s a delicate balance, one minute everything looks great, the next sunflowers are falling over under the weight of their own blooms and the paths...

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Back in the Garden

Back in the Garden

While I haven’t had much time to post, we’ve been enjoying a lot of time with friends and simply, together as a family. I anticipated a certain amount of down-time, but I’ll confess I haven’t felt much like sitting around...

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Over All the Garden

Over All the Garden

note the happy garden cat. We stopped by the Farmer’s market this evening and it was packed full–but almost no produce. Several hot-house tomatoes, but there were plants EVERYWHERE! We should have known, as this is the story...

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