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The September weather has been fabulous so I am feeling that Autumn is sneaking in the back door. Mornings are cool and moist. Sunsets come earlier in the evening. It’s time to tuck and gather things away for the colder months to … Continue reading

Seed to Seed ~ Keep the Ball Rolling

Spinach was one of the first crops that I directly seeded into our garden this spring. The 10 little sprouts which germinated, grew into modest sized plants. I have been stealing a few leaves for our daily lunch, since the end of … Continue reading

Rain Sheild for Tomatoes

Ask any group of people how they feel about tomatoes, and you’ll get mixed reviews. A lot of people love tomatoes with their bright colors and acidic but sweet flavor. Some will pass on eating raw tomatoes, preferring them in soups, sauces and salsas. Others will … Continue reading