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April

April has arrived, and the first day of spring was 17 days ago. We’ve definitely had some melt, but we’re still a long way from gardening season here in New Hampshire. The snow left on the ground can be counted in inches … Continue reading

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January 5

Yesterday, we received several inches of snow and then Mother Nature topped it off with a layer of ice. We had to plow it off the driveways, and we were left with a bumpy skating rink. It came in handy that a … Continue reading

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Keeping busy

November is still a busy month balancing leftover outside projects with new ones started inside. I spent one day last week storing furniture, raking leaves, and filling in a previous garden spot with sod. This week there will be one more … 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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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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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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