Tag Archives: Spring

DIY Composter

Let’s talk trash for a minute. 🙂 Most of us who garden either make compost or buy it in bags or yards. Compost helps to improve soil structure, increases nutrient content, requires less water, and can assist in warding off plant disease. … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday

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Thursday Doors

I’m going to need a houseboat, if it doesn’t stop raining pretty soon. We haven’t seen the sun in about a week. We’ve gone well past mud season into some type of New England swamp season. The only residents here … Continue reading

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Gardening in and out

At last, it is spring in New England. Mr. and Mrs. Cardinal are even out and about looking for dinner. The plants for the MG sale are now on our driveway where I’m hoping they will start to grow with a little … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

Converted house, barn, garage, or business? I have no idea, but it certainly captured our attention as we drove through the very small town of Lee, New Hampshire, early last Saturday. I love a building with a history, and this … Continue reading

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Marketing

No one loves a good sale more than I do. I spent several hours this past weekend looking for plants on line. Then I went to the store to buy a plant pot and noticed right next to all 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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