Limitless Possibilities

Limitations live only in our minds. But if we use our imaginations, our possibilities become limitless. –Jamie Paolinetti

Off with Your Deadhead

As usual, there’s so much work to be done in the garden that I can barely keep up! One of the tasks I’ve been delaying (simply because it’s one of my least favorites) is deadheading.

How to Build a Trellis

Several years ago, I built a trellis for a clematis in our front garden. We quickly established that that I had built it too small.

Apple Tree No More

We lost our big, old apple tree in a windstorm last week. Although the tree was half dead and produced only a handful of fruits, I will miss it.

Planting My Paradise

When I got home last evening, I decided to fill my patio planters even though I can’t put them on the new patio until the final coat of sealant is applied. I went ahead and planted a few of them in the ground, too.

Favorite Seed Catalogs

The seed catalogs have really started rolling in, now, and it’s so exciting. I was talking with some fellow gardeners yesterday about their favorite catalogs and about some of the new varieties they are looking forward to trying this year.

U.S. “Digs In” to Gardening

Courtesy Slow Food USA Kids and members of Slow Food Westchester in New York “dig in” to a garden at Morse School vegetable garden. What kind of event could mobilize thousands of people across the country to come together for the sake of community betterment than the celebration of food? Last weekend, 180 pods of […]

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