Tag Archives: Raspberries

In the garden

It is bursting at the borders. The day lilies are still blooming, the brown-eyed susans and coneflowers are coming into their own, and the mop head hydrangea are beautiful. We have had enough rain to keep the perennials blossoming and spreading so … Continue reading

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Fruit and Vegetable Season

It’s berry season here in New England. My pulse is quickening just writing about it.  🙂 We grow raspberries, blackberries, blueberries, Concord grapes, and strawberries and cherries if we get lucky.  The blueberries  and the raspberries are starting to turn. … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday – In the garden

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End of May garden

Some weeks are all about enjoying the beautiful flowers and fruits of the garden and some weeks are all about working in order to enjoy them. 🙂   This past week was all about the non-glamorous side of gardening which … Continue reading

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Gardening anyone?

The calendar says there are sixty more days until the first day of spring. I think it may be a little longer for us New Englanders. It’s been snowing since mid morning. We have about 4″ right now, and it’s … Continue reading

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Veggies and Fruits

I love my perennials, and I appreciate the individual beauty and hardiness of each and every one of them. But, this time of year, I am in awe of the fresh vegetables and fruits we grow and get to enjoy … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday Walk Around

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Spring has sprung

It has been about two weeks since the last of the snow melted, and I finished raking the leaves off the beds last week. Life is slowly coming back to the gardens in New Hampshire resulting in happy gardeners with … Continue reading

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Raspberries

Love them or hate them? We love raspberries, and even when there is a bumper crop we consume them all – thirty-one pounds this past summer. That equated to 496 ounces or  86 – 6 oz boxes selling for $4 … Continue reading

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