It has been very dry in the garden world this past week. Granted, the days have been absolutely gorgeous and the nights cool and wonderful for...
It’s Sunday evening with a light drizzle. The fair is over, the president has left, and the upcoming school schedule has arrived. Hard to believe...
It’s Sunday morning in what promises to be a beautiful day. The sun is shining and, thankfully, there is low humidity. The Obamas have arrived...
As is my custom, I will continue repeating myself. I know I’ve said this many times but here goes . . . an aspirin, moistened and taped to a bee...
What I don’t know is a lot! For example, all the petals of the echinacea are being eaten by a tiny worm. I can barely see it with my reading glasses...
I gave it my best shot all last week — trying to develop some acceptance of the weather. As an outside worker, I would prefer rain, wind, and/or snow...
Since I’ve written nearly 400 of these columns, I feel justified in plagiarizing myself. I went back several years to July 10, 2008 and found several...
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...

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