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The planting itch

We had a very mild winter temperature- wise, and it hasn’t dipped to freezing in weeks — and I just can’t wait any longer.  Today I’m going to plant the early things, like peas and beans and nasturtiums and sunflowers. … Continue reading

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Getting dirty

It is such a beautiful spring morning that I had to go dig in the garden just a little, before heading to work. The crows and squirrels ate my first batch of snap peas that I planted last month, so … Continue reading

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Hope springs eternal

I have eaten hundreds of apples in my life. Maybe even thousands (we did have our own orchard for six years when I was growing up), and while I have bitten into more than a few worms, never have I … Continue reading

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Seeds

It is still too early to sow most seeds directly into the garden, but I’ve got a few things I’d like to get a jump on – especially tomatoes. I can probably put in beets now, but our last frost … Continue reading

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