Monthly Archives: July 2016

The Well Organized Garden

Getting A Grip On The Garden Just so you know, this sometimes sorrowful story has a happy ending. Ready? For the first decade or so of my gardening life, my gardens were fairly easy to care for. I was fortunate … Continue reading

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Midsummer Nurture

Keeping Plants And People Well Fed After spring’s first burst of garden glory, the summer garden settles in to serious production. Or it should; maritime mornings continue to be grey and cool, while afternoons are warm and sunnier. Even for … Continue reading

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Growing Tomorrow’s Gardeners

Welcoming Children In The Garden I’ve been getting a lot of questions about involving children in the garden. While the youngest may work willingly side by side with a parent or older sibling, tweens and teens seem harder to engage. … Continue reading

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A Grand Year For Cherries

Fresh Ideas For A Refreshing Fruit When ripe cherries hit the market, my family eats them by the pound. My toddler grandson and I sit at the table and he gobbles them down as fast as I can pit them … Continue reading

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