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Harvesting Herbs

  I know I haven’t been writing here as much as usual.  Thanks to all of you who have stuck with me through this busy time and still read my posts.  You mean the world to me! We have been extremely blessed this year with an abnormally mild fall.  Usually by this time my garden…

Garden Maintenance

Midsummer is one of the best times of the gardening year.  The big work of putting in the garden is over, the veggies are established, the annuals are blooming, and it is time to enjoy the fruits of our labours. Although the bulk of the work is done, a little bit of daily maintenance will…

Planting Your Garden

Did everyone get their planting done?  We have all of our edible garden planted (for the most part) but I still have flower gardens and pots to do.  What a rainy spring we have been having! Here are some things about garden planting we have learned along the way. 1.  Make a Plan This is…

Gardening in the Shade

I had planned to do a post this week on planting tomatoes.  Our plants have been outside as much as possible this week and ready to go into their permanent home.  Alas, the weather is, once again, not cooperating.  Despite weather reports to the contrary, it has been pouring rain on and off all week-end. …

Raised Garden Boxes

I have really enjoyed hearing about your garden progress!  Most of you are ahead of us, but we finally did get our seeds planted, and I’ve posted pictures of Hubby’s grow-light rig in the Flickr group so you can check it out.  This week is all about building raised garden boxes.  We get more questions…

How Does Your Garden Grow? Get the Dirt on Dirt

If you haven’t seen yesterday’s post, would you take a minute to vote in the sewing challenge?  Thanks so much! 🙂 Happy Easter and welcome to week 2!  Did you get your seeds started?  Don’t worry if you haven’t, we haven’t done ours yet (although they WILL be started this week-end!) This week, I thought…

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