Category Archives: Gardening

Floral Monday

Tis the season of the Iris, and I love every minute of it. It doesn’t last long so I make sure I go out to check on them every day because I don’t want to miss one beautiful bloom. Are … Continue reading

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End of May

Let’s get the weather out of the way – it is cold and rainy. I may never get to put my sweatshirts away. It sucks. One benefit is that the flower blooms last a lot longer than normal. My Clematis … Continue reading

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Plants

I’ve worked with a lot of plants this week. On Sunday, the sun shone bright and the temperature was in the 70’s. More importantly, we had our most successful Master Gardener plant sale ever. With a committee of 12 and … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

We had a beautiful day last week, and I went on a shopping adventure with a dear friend and her lovely daughter. We went to the open house at Tattered Rabbit Farm, Deerfield, NH, to check out their amazing birdhouses which … Continue reading

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DIY Composter

Let’s talk trash for a minute. 🙂 Most of us who garden either make compost or buy it in bags or yards. Compost helps to improve soil structure, increases nutrient content, requires less water, and can assist in warding off plant disease. … Continue reading

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May gardening

I’ve been outdoors. Trees and bushes are sprouting leaves and flowers, and I can almost hear the perennials growing. There were numerous days when I worked in the rain drenched to the skin. Rain is really good for transplanting, and if … Continue reading

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Wordless Wet Wednesday

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