Tag Archives: Annuals

Snow or Floral Friday

The Nor’easter that plowed through New England yesterday sure packed a wallop. It dropped 18″ at our house. Then the John Deere had a flat tire, and the state plow took out the mailbox. Good thing our daughter is creative … Continue reading

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Wordless Wet Wednesday

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Wordless Wednesday 08/17/16

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Miracle of seed starting

It never ceases to amaze me when I see the first green poke through the soil in a seed tray. I ordered my tomato plants from Stout Oak Farm, a local organic farm. They are grown in their heated greenhouses, and … Continue reading

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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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Wordless Wednesday – 04/10/13

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Yankee gardening

I’m a Yankee by birth and a Yankee at heart – I was born in New England, and I repurpose, recycle and reuse in preference to buying new. So, this spring I decided to see if I could keep my … Continue reading

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