THE DIRT Thwarted plans
I had such big plans. Well, ok, not big. But firmly cemented in my mind.
I have such a huge list of garden chores to be completed in the next two weeks, that I figured I'd better not wait to start un... Posted on 5/16/13 at 3:46 PM
REALLY EATING A colorful mix of red, purple, white, yellow and orange
Well, we got more snow while I was on vacation, so it's a little early to be talking about my garden, but I wanted to share this picture of carrot seeds that my friend gave me.She had another friend d... Posted on 3/5/13 at 6:54 PM
CHICZ MAGAZINE Seeds from stems
Make buying seeds a thing of the past when you harvest seeds from your own garden!
Flower seeds are formed after the flower itself has died.
Wait until the petals dry and then look for seeds in the ... Posted on 10/4/12 at 10:00 AM
STAFF BLOG ALL ABOUT FOOD Got Vegetables? Make Soup
It can be a challenge cooking for two. When I made a big batch of Baked Garden Vegetable Stack the other day, I had a lot of tender vegetables left over. I turned them into creamy soup in 30 minutes... Posted on 8/22/12 at 6:00 AM
STAFF BLOG THE AREA VOICES COMMUNITY Areavoices Digest #78 - Now this might make my garden grow
We all must admit our shortcomings.
For example, I am not good at basketball, geometry or abstaining from chocolate.
I am also a really bad gardener. The picture you see to the left is not taken fro... Posted on 6/13/12 at 3:07 PM
With the short growing season, gardeners need to bring color and texture inside with the use of houseplants. Jeanne Back, Douglas County master gardener in Alexandria, shows “Prairie Yard and Garden” host Larry Zilliox varieties to consider along with tips for year-long care.
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