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Gardening inside

Our gardens contain mostly perennials. Perennials are work horses that produce all season long and then hibernate and survive under feet of snow for five months. For an initial investment of $9-$30, a perennial will produce for years and can also be … Continue reading

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Gardening update

It’s gardening season even if I do have some huge piles of compacted snow on the ground. 🙂 For three days  last week I shoveled snow and chopped ice off five 4’x8′ raised beds. There was about 6″ of snow to … Continue reading

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Flower Seedlings

Suffice it to say I am great with vegetable seedlings but normally am not all that successful with flower seedlings. Ironic, since I’m the main gardener of flowers in the family. But, with the additional light this year, it has … Continue reading

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