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I’ve been enjoying my own organic vegetables for much of the growing season and creating wonderful meals for my family. Several of my crops have gone by – lettuces, peas, kohlrabi, … more
I’ve been enjoying lettuces and fast growing arugula for weeks, but I am patiently waiting for the fruit of summer: the tomato (Solanum lycopersicum.)I think back to the winter days when I was … more
The warm weather has slowly arrived and the earth is ready to host the vegetable and herbs we’ve been anxious to place in our gardens. I’ve amended my garden & raised beds with … more
We have been patiently waiting for Spring to show her pretty little face. The forsythia, daffodil, and crocus are peeking around the corners reminding us that winter has said goodbye. Their lovely … more
Are seed catalogs still arriving in your mailbox, including your email? Since making my first seed order from a catalog several years ago, I now receive catalogs from all over the country. I also … more
My seed catalogs have begun arriving and I can’t get enough of them! I’m already dreaming of this coming season's vegetable garden. I find some of my best ideas arrive over my morning cup … more
What a lovely mild autumn we experienced! I recall the day before Thanksgiving it delivered a warm rain complete with thunder and lightening. The next day we deep fried our turkey and were grateful … more
Sometimes, you are lucky enough to just know when something is right.For Patricia Bailey, a Boston native who spent two decades as an advertising and marketing executive in the San Francisco Bay … more
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