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I have one more garden. It’s a 10 foot by 10 foot garden in an undisclosed location. It’s a long story and it’s complicated. There’s a lot going on here. I’m not ready to talk about it yet.
I was inspired to write this three-part “Water Week” series while reading an article by Nancy Bubel in the July, 1988 Country Journal magazine titled “A Gardener’s Dirty Dozen.” Number four on the list of garden NO NO’s was “Watering … Continue reading
When I think about having a productive garden in spite of the weather, I think about the dirt (soil preparation), what’s going into it (drought tolerant plants), and what’s going on top of it (mulch). Although it seems drought-like today, … Continue reading
The less I have my hands in the dirt, the more stress I have in my life. I haven’t done any scientific testing, but for me there is a correlation between the amount of time I spend breathing outside air, … Continue reading
I managed to sneak a little gardening in this past weekend. My two rows of garlic are coming up strong, the rhubarb looks good, and there are at least 6 rows of dirt between them that needed to be refreshed. … Continue reading
Tuesday’s weather was just right and it seemed like a good day to work in my Hampton Victory Garden plot. I forgot my apron (grrr…) and didn’t bring any “garden clothes” so I had to stuff my fancy pants into … Continue reading