It finally happened. The repercussions of an extremely mild winter are showing themselves. I just finished a two week run with antibiotics. I...
I wonder if the written word can do justice to the following? In light of the recent tornado outbreaks in the Midwest this past week, this event is...
My perennial beds are in serious disrepair. I did manage to get them cut back of last season’s debris. However they haven’t seen a cultivator or any...
I managed to kill quite a few broccoli transplants. It was super hot in the greenhouse two weeks back when we had that lovely, unseasonably warm...
I am like a little pit bull. It is difficult, if not impossible, for me to let go of something once I sink my teeth into it. This certainly is true...
I can’t say I’m proud or ashamed to admit this, but I do not understand the computer. Now, I can Google in a pinch and wait impatiently behind...
The little we had of winter seems to be over. Marie has a reseeded pansy blooming in her yard. There are a few daffodils flowering in protected...
I finally sat down and perused a few seed catalogues. I went ahead and ordered peas from Pinetree Gardens out of New Gloucester, Maine. It is my...
Last Thursday’s New York Times had an article on Eliot Coleman and Barbara Wamrosch of Four Seasons Farm. They are raising food year-round in...

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