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Monday Recap: May Harvest Time

I have to admit, I am happy to see April behind us. If April showers truly bring May flowers, then we ought to be up to our ears in flowers this May, because we got a whopping 12.73 inches of … Continue reading

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Planting and Growing in May

The last couple of weeks have been a blur of planting here as temperatures warmed up a bit and rains slacked off enough to let the soil start to dry out. First up for planting were the indeterminate caged tomatoes. … Continue reading

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Still Waiting For Spring

It seems like all I’ve been talking about lately is the weather. But isn’t that often the case with us gardeners? Last year spring was running about 30 days ahead of schedule. This year it’s running about 30 days behind … Continue reading

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For Easy To Grow Greens, Think Asian

I recently posted the following article at Kitchen Gardener’s International, a nonprofit organization whose mission “is to empower individuals, families, and communities to achieve greater levels of food self-reliance through the promotion of kitchen gardening, home-cooking, and sustainable local food … Continue reading

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December Harvests

Around this time of year people often ask me “is your garden done for yet?” I always tell them no, because gardening is a year round thing here at HA. And with winters that seem to be getting milder each … Continue reading

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