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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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Scaling Back

When we moved to Happy Acres back in 2007, I couldn’t wait to work up a spot for a vegetable garden. Due to the heavy deer presence, it had to be fenced. The area is about 40 feet by 45 … Continue reading

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March Seed Starting Update

We are definitely in the middle of seed starting season here, and I’m taking care of an ever growing number of little seedlings inside under the fluorescent lights. It’s still too cold out in the greenhouse to start moving most … Continue reading

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Seed Starting Update

Here’s a quick update on some of my recent seed starting activities. The parsley I sowed early in February is up and ready to be potted up into individual containers. I find it does best when you transplant while it … Continue reading

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Let the Seed Starting Begin

Once again it’s time to start seeds for the garden. This time of year I start all of my seeds indoors using fluorescent lights setup in our basement. On February 3rd I started seeds for parsley, cilantro and chives. All … Continue reading

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