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Err… I mean garden pest eradication. My focus in the garden has transitioned from weeding to pest eradication. Yes, there are still weeds, but when I walked through the garden several mornings ago and found pea vines snipped from their … Continue reading
Early summer gardens provide numerous opportunities for solving mysteries. It’s often fun and rewarding to engage children in the careful observation, brainstorming, research, and problem solving required to keep your plants strong and healthy. Who nibbled that lettuce? Why didn’t … Continue reading
It’s getting to be the end of citrus season, so I made a point of fitting a marmalade canning session into my February vacation schedule. My dad’s family has been making marmalade since the 50s, as proven by the old … Continue reading