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Planting in Succession Transient, fleeting, momentary… They are nature’s harbinger of a new cycle. Just when you thought winter would...
You Get What You Weed
The garden is a demanding friend. It’s a mirror, really, of how well you’re keeping up. The more your give, the more it shows. However,...
Very Merry Winterberry
In the monochromatic sweep of winter, nothing attracts the eye as much as the color red: cardinals, berries, bright red Christmas...
Falling in Love with Wildflowers
I walked along the dirt road with a shy, handsome young man. Thumping sounds of a summer concert faded into the distance. All around us,...
Much Mulleined Flower
A few years back a soft, velvety rosette popped up in my garden bed. At first I thought it was lamb’s ear, but the leaves outgrew any I’d...
Need a Little Hope Today?
You’ve probably come across the saying, ‘Bloom where you’re planted.’ And it’s a great sentiment, especially for military families and...
Cracked Open and Dispersed
When all the garden is brown and greyed, it’s hard to see life. But life there is. Emerging. Waiting for a little breeze to carry seeds...
The Road Back Home
Uproot. There is a time for digging up. For turning the soil. A love lost. Health unhinged. Wealth ripped away. Just like biting into...
Filter Fabric and other Quick Fixes
You’ve seen the claims. You’ve heard the ads: lay down a barrier and end weeds forever. Too good to be true? Every gardener’s nemesis is...
Have you heard the quote from Ralph Waldo Emerson: A weed is a plant whose virtues have never been discovered? Not so for the dandelion...
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