Monthly Archives: April 2021

Celebrating With Flowers

May Day is on the way, are you ready? Nurturing Neighborliness on May Day This week has been rainy and cool and I’ve been eagerly eyeing local flowers; will they last another few days? A strong of warm, dry days … Continue reading

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Edible or Ornamental? Why Not Both!

Common oregano is uncommonly handsome Oreganos For Kitchen And Garden This past week, I’ve been working on designs for three very different gardens, two public and one private. The private one is my own, and the simplest; a modest P-Patch, … Continue reading

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Nurturing Warm Garden Friendships

Planting a garden of hope in Alaska Befriending The Garden As the days begin to warm up, it’s hard to stay out of the garden. Even on busy days, I find myself sneaking out for a quick putter, putting off … Continue reading

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Warming Up For Spring

Sheep pretending to be Easter eggs (the farmer says that the dyes are harmless) When Gardening Is A Pain This weekend, I joyfully took possession of a new-to-me P-Patch, a modest plot in a community garden just a few blocks … Continue reading

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