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Dirty fingernails

and a big smile on my face. 😎 We’ve had several nice days which allowed me to work in my own gardens as well as on two MG projects. The MGs installed a native plant butterfly garden which was registered … Continue reading

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Slow Spring

Sooner or later the sun will come out and stay for a while, but it seems like every day there is maybe an hour when it is not gray, overcast, and in many cases sprinkling. It is warmer, so that’s … 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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Wordless Wednesday

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The Koop

Last Thursday’s Doors were captured when a friend and I went to what you might call an indoor flea marketing held in a chicken coop in Lee, New Hampshire. The ‘Koop’ is owned by a fellow Master Gardener, and it is … Continue reading

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Gardening

I’ve been gardening or more specifically, weeding, in between rain showers. I have weeds that appear to be on steroids. I don’t think the art of weeding is passed in the genes because I’m not seeing anyone lining up to … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge

New England definitely has four separate seasons. But, when the challenge came through for seasons, I immediately thought about seasonal flowers. I love spring flowers like Bleeding Hearts, have beds full of Day Lilies, appreciate the beauty of giant Sunflowers, and enjoy Poinsettias … Continue reading

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Flowers in June

During our wonderful five-day adventure with our granddaughter, the temperatures at home soared into the 90’s. After several days of these extreme temps, some welcome rain arrived. Turning into the driveway, we were amazed at the growth in the gardens … Continue reading

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What’s blooming in the garden?

After a long winter, it is nice to finally see green and color everywhere I look. Last week, we had an entire week of cold temps, gray skys, and rain on and off. We now have bright sunshine and our … Continue reading

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How does your garden grow?

The temperatures here in New England are still more early April than May, we’ve had no rain, but the sun is shining and the plants are growing. Plants here on the farm are basically divided into two categories – veggies … Continue reading

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