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Winter perspective

 “In the depths of winter I finally learned that within me lay an invincible summer.”                     — Albert Camus Advertisements

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Tastiest vegetable varieties

We’re all different, and our tastes vary wildly (thank God), but for what it’s worth, here’s a list of my all-time favorite vegetables, based not only what I like but what sells best at the farmstand and farmers’ market. I … Continue reading

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5 Veggies to start with

There was a time when I didn’t garden, but then I turned nine and my parents gave me some seed packets, so I’ve been growing ever since. Maybe it’s the miracle of holding a tomato seed and knowing you can … Continue reading

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Worm tea

Worm castings have long been known to be a highly fertile component of garden soil. Compared to average soil, worm poop is said to contain 5 times more nitrogen (for green leaves), 7 times more phosphorous (root development), and 11 … Continue reading

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The puddle

The term is “water garden” these days because that term is easier to sell, but they amount to deep puddles. And nothing adds as much to a garden than a deep pool of water. It is magical. Ours cost $140. … Continue reading

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