Bean Thyme By LYNNE IRONS I pretty much make it up as I go along. I planted an enormous amount of English thyme from seed a couple of years in a row...
It has been my habit for the past several years of column waiting to jot down points of interest as I drive around. This past week, it has been...
I’m just not that fond of summer. It’s too darned hot. The beginning of the week reminded me once again how long and miserable a day can be when...
It’s truly astonishing how quickly weeds and other unwanted greenery can grow and get away from me. I kept a horse and a donkey on the back part of...
That was some serious rain last Friday evening. I love it. I did not have to haul hoses around for several days. Before I got to mention the locust...
Another beautiful week in garden world. I can’t decide if oriental poppies or ancient peonies are my favorites. I have a Sarah Bernhart peony right...
I know most folks were pretty sour about the cold, rainy Memorial Day weekend. I wasn’t one of them. I was pretty content in full rain gear happily...
I have several young women who work for me at various job sites. Several have traveled around working at organic farms here and abroad. As we were...
Here it is Mother’s Day, and I must say it’s been emotionally challenging today. This is my first one without a mother. Grief has some interesting...

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