Pruning

We're still a few weeks away from any real signs of early spring, but the recent warm temperatures and rains have melted much of our snow leaving behind mushy bits of greens and browns.  It beats looking at white after 3 1/2 months! Although, thankfully, I do have a splash of color growing inside with... Continue Reading →

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End of Month View – September 2017

Thanks to Steve at Glebe House for hosting this meme. It's been a strange autumn so far.  August brought us some lovely, cool temperatures with light rains; the leaves began their color changes, pumpkins were harvested and it was beginning to feel a lot like fall. Then, without warning, September brought tropical heat and humidity,... Continue Reading →

Foraging

Between the above average heat and lack of rain, this summer has seemed unpleasant and relentless.  I have to say that July and August have always been my least favorite months of the year.  Strange, I know, for someone who loves to garden.  But in the northeast, July and August translate into hot, humid days, too... Continue Reading →

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