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Yes I Can!

Or eventually I will any way… OK, whenever I don’t know how to do something (and I’m a bit intimidated by it), the first thing I do is read about it. Read. Read. Read. This does several things to benefit … Continue reading

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Finally

July is coming to a close and I finally have tomatoes! I was getting less than a handful a day (and was starting to worry that my six foot tall plants would give nothing but green), but worry no more! … Continue reading

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What’s for lunch?

Today I was out working in the garden weeding, watering, and staking plants when I had a revelation. I can eat this stuff. Stupid I know, but I’ve been caring for seedlings and building garden beds, planning, planting, and growing … Continue reading

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Storing the feast

So much garlic, so little time I’ve found the hardest part of learning to garden has been knowing what to do with the food. This is a big learning curve for me. I admit it. As a kid my parents … Continue reading

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