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Category Archives: Gardening
I’m a big lover of dandelions. And they’re everywhere now! Dandelions are considered weeds. And I, too, do not want them in my garden. However, I love it when they begin to bloom because they are a timeless symbol of … Continue reading
I love taking New Year’s Eve as a time to reflect upon the past year and look forward to the future! This year is no different. In 2010 – I challenged myself to leave my Comfort Zone and try new … Continue reading
I’m hoping that the last bit of warm weather will completely redden my green tomatoes. But I have become a great fan of green tomatoes since I first wrote this post 2 years ago. As I looked at all the … Continue reading
This is a post for everyone who has ever judged or been judged. That means this is for everyone. Bur first, I get so excited to start a garden in the spring. My garden is like a mini vacation where … Continue reading
The zucchini or courgette is one of the most versitile squash around. It’s used in all sorts of meals. In gardens it grows like crazy! The hail and heat wave we had this summer didn’t slow it down. I had … Continue reading
“A garden is a grand teacher. It teaches patience and careful watchfulness; it teaches industry and thrift; above all it teaches entire trust.” ~Gertrude Jekyll The pumpkins are still trying to grow here this fall. Without a frost, we’ve had … Continue reading
“A weed is but an unloved flower.” ~ Ella Wheeler Wilcox “If you want to live and thrive, let the spider run alive.” ~ American Quaker Saying It’s another “Goddam Beautiful Day” here in Colorado. (my grandfather, Ralph Sharpe, used … Continue reading