Garden Daybook 3/7/13

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Greg came in after Gabby’s morning walk and showed me this! He found it on the ground under the huge maple tree in our . . .

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Garden Daybook 2/28/13

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My busy schedule tells me that spring is hurling toward my gardens with no thought as to whether I am ready or not. Tomorrow is MARCH!!  Already!? . . .

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Garden Daybook 2/21/13

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Have you noticed the changes? Spring is sending out her first vibrations. The morning bird chatter is getting louder and louder. Many spring . . .

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Garden Daybook 1/31/13

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I had forgotten that I put eight hazelnuts into the freezer last fall – October 3, 2012 to be exact. This week I was . . .

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Garden Daybook 1/24/13

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A string of very cold days and nights leave no doubt that we are in the midst of a true northern winter. We . . .

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Garden Daybook 1/17/13

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The stillness of January is for imagining next summers’ garden, catalog cruising, seed ordering, and gearing up for spring craziness in the garden. . . .

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Garden Daybook 1/10/13

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Many gardeners, including myself, enjoy saving seeds from their own gardens. I save seeds from non-hybrid tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, winter and summer squash, . . .

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Garden Daybook 12/27/12

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To anticipate is to expect; feel beforehand; look forward to. Around two o’clock every afternoon, starting in late November I am that definition. You . . .

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