Tag Archives: Seminole

Rogues in the Garden

The last few years I have been noticing more and more ‘rogues’ in my garden. By rogue I mean something that doesn’t come true from seed, or something unexpected that comes from a seed. One of my first garden rogues … Continue reading

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Variety Spotlight: Seminole Pumpkin

This is the latest in a series of posts that I’ve done about my favorite varieties of fruits, vegetables and herbs we grow at Happy Acres. To see my other Spotlights, and those from other garden bloggers, visit the Variety Spotlights … Continue reading

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Harvest Monday November 23, 2015

Welcome to Harvest Monday, where we celebrate all things harvest related. Harvests here are slowing down for sure, with me harvesting cold weather crops on an as-needed basis. I needed some kale last week for a dish I was making, … Continue reading

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Monday Recap: Slowdown

I probably say this every year, but I really enjoy the slower pace of the garden when fall arrives. By then I’m ready for a break from the heavy-duty chores of spring and summer, but not quite ready for the … Continue reading

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Cornering the Cucurbits

Last year I planted a lot of vining melons and winter squash in one area of the garden, without any real plan on how I would handle their wandering habits. As it turned out, some of the less vigorous growers … Continue reading

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