Tag Archives: Master Gardeners

Welcome Spring🌺

Wink, wink, nod, nod. We’re still buried in snow. The temperatures are all over the range, but it is 27°F as I write this. I’m grateful though because it didn’t snow on Saturday, and I was able to attend the … Continue reading

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It’s coming

Or so they say. Ten more days. Spring. Our clocks advance forward this weekend. There is only one problem – someone forgot to tell Mother Nature. 🙂 Yesterday, we had high winds and 5,000 of us lost power. Today we are … Continue reading

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How’s your gut?

I spent Saturday with Master Gardeners from all over the state of New Hampshire at our Spring Symposium. There were sessions that included an update on an amazing community gardening project for refugees in Concord, advice for taking time to … Continue reading

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It’s Frosty Out There

Sunday morning, Valentine’s Day, we woke up to -11 degrees F with a wind chill of -33. This morning it was  only -11 with no wind. Tomorrow it is going up to 50. If this weather roller coaster is a … Continue reading

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Garden Tour

Last weekend, I went on a Garden Tour, ‘diggin’ it,’ sponsored by the York County Maine Master Gardeners. Entry to eight gardens was a modest $20. I started writing this post to include all of the gardens, and I was … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors in Maine

Last Saturday, I went on a York, Maine, Master Gardener sponsored garden tour. When we parked in Kittery Point, we needed to go left to the house on the tour, but one lady thought it was the Lady Pepperell house across the … Continue reading

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May Gardens

It’s May. My back hurts, my hat has a sweat line on it already, and my nails are broken and dirty. Ah, the life of a gardener. 🙂 My gardens are waking up from a long winter but that includes … Continue reading

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