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Pineapple Express: Growing Your Own Pineapples

Does it get any more delicious than fresh pineapple?  No way, baby.  Pineapple is just the very best stuff.  Manna from the heavens,View full post »

A Healing Garden Salad

Nothing compares to the joy one feels in serving a salad fresh from the garden.  Sun-ripened heirloom tomatoes, crisp ruffled lettuceView full post »

Not Toto… Phytotomy

Yesterday, I wandered through flowers and ferns with the new camera in hand.  While the kids splashed in the natural pool belonging toView full post »

Garden Planning with Canning Jars

Who doesn’t love to peer into another person’s garden?  What did they plant?  How did they get produce so quickly?  Oh, theView full post »

Gearing Up for Gardening

I love gardening.  I love every step and stage of planning, planting, composting, mulching, tilling, harvesting, drying, and eating. View full post »

The Healing Power of… Purple?

Okay, children of the eighties unite… don’t these babies look like they will open to reveal a rather ugly-faced doll with aView full post »

Green to Gold

The best way to begin conditioning soil is to delay planting a full veggie garden and plant a crop of green manure.  If the folks in ourView full post »

Soil Composition 101 — Dirt

Okay, so this is not a college level course on soil composition but it is brief and steady jog through the key points of dirt prep andView full post »

Intestinal Fortitude and the Garden Frontier

Our front lot is a take-your-toe off kind of place.  Literally.  I tripped over one of the millions of trailing vines just a few weeks agoView full post »

The Fall Garden, Getting Ready

As the days begin to shorten and the heat of summer is slowly disappearing… fall gardening becomes priority.  Visions of collards,View full post »

Farm Dreams

It’s that time of year again… the time that I like to imagine our future farm opening its doors to the public and theirView full post »

Reclaimed Space, The Front Garden

Unlike so many folks, I think of my garden as much more than the little raised beds we have planted and tended to.  Our veggie garden isView full post »

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