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Planning the Fall Garden

“Simplicity, simplicity, simplicity! I say, let your affairs be as two or three, and not a hundred or a thousand; instead of a million count half a dozen, and keep your accounts on your thumb nail.” –Henry David Thoreau It … Continue reading

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Planting the Fall Garden

I’ve been busy the last few weeks planting veggies for fall and winter harvest. First in the ground were bush beans. I pulled the spring planted beans which had slowed down considerably, and sowed more in their place. I also … Continue reading

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Fall Garden Update

Today we’re getting the remnants of Hurricane Harvey in our area, and it is bringing us some needed precipitation. Thankfully we have been spared the deluge that folks to the south of us have been getting, and we just got … Continue reading

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Planting For Fall

I’ve been busy the last week or two getting things started and planted for the fall garden. I actually replanted the I’itoi multiplier onions almost a month ago. They had died back so I lifted and divided them up. I’ve … Continue reading

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Planning the Fall Garden

It’s hard to believe it is almost time to start planting the fall garden here. Our season is long enough we can double crop many of the garden veggies, and there are some things like turnips that I normally only … Continue reading

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