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Monday Recap: Seedlings and More

March and April are usually busy months for me with lots of seed starting activities. By early April, many of the seeds have been started and transplanted on to larger containers. Ones that can take a bit of cold are … Continue reading

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Monday Recap: Greening and Flooding

If April showers bring May flowers, then what does a March deluge bring? One thing it brings is flooding, and our local rivers (like the Ohio) are out of their banks and well past flood stage. We have had almost … Continue reading

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Saturday Spotlight: Wave Petunias

Regular readers may recall that I am a big fan of the Wave petunias. I’ve been growing petunias for as long as I can remember, and when the Wave varieties first appeared I couldn’t wait to try them. The Petunia … Continue reading

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Monday Recap: Hooray For Spinach!

After a dry spell that lasted a couple of months, we are harvesting here again. Spinach from the cold frame made its way into our salad bowls this week. There will be more to come, and from the greenhouse as … Continue reading

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Drying Down, Putting Up and Vining All Over

Summer has only just arrived, and already we are busy here daily preserving the harvests. My wife is in charge of blueberries, and almost every morning she is out there in the blueberry patch harvesting. She has to ‘suit up’ … Continue reading

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