Category Archives: Pollinators

If We Can’t Stand The Heat

Print PDFHung out to dry in the blink of an eye No Getting Out Of This Kitchen Here in the maritime Pacific Northwest, summers are usually temperate, thanks to cool nights that mitigate even the hottest days. Usually. This week, … Continue reading

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Why Anemones Will Always Win My Heart

Print PDFThis simple form attracts me because I’m biased. In a good way. Thoughts On Bias The other day, someone asked me about a coppery red, spotty evergreen shrub, was there something wrong with it? I made a face and … Continue reading

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When Life Gives You Lemons

Print PDFLovely Lemon Pudding is a great solace Neem For Indoors, Outdoors, Ornamentals & Edibles In February, I always feel relaxed about garden chores. There’s plenty of time, right? It’s kinda rainy, kinda windy, the weather will surely be nicer … Continue reading

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Getting The Jump On The Equinox

Print PDFSO many bugs are benign! Ladybugs Prefer Meteorological Spring It’s Spring! Sort of. For some reason, every news source seems to be discovering that, according to the meteorological seasonal system, today is the official First Day Of Spring. Those … Continue reading

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