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Solstice salad

Dec 22nd, 2007 | By

I slept through the actual moment of Winter Solstice, when because of the Earth’s tilt, the Northern Hemisphere leans farther away from the sun than
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Blankets for plants

Dec 7th, 2007 | By

I’ve been using floating row covers in the greenhouse lately to add an extra level of protection on cold nights. Jugs of water around what
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Strawberry joy!

Dec 3rd, 2007 | By

Photographed November 30, 2007 – one very confused, but delicious ripe strawberry. You’d better believe I washed it off and ate it. Variety: Jewel Planted:
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Purple wave

Jul 9th, 2007 | By

I always grow purple petunias, not because I like them, but because my younger daughter liked them so much when she was small. I think
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Spring bounty

May 29th, 2007 | By

My favorite spring lettuce mix comes from Pinetree Seeds. It’s a colorful mix of red, pale green, medium green, and even red-freckled leaf lettuces in
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Another project

Apr 3rd, 2007 | By

Behold the new fence for my herb & perennial garden. My genius husband unearthed and moved many large rocks while digging those postholes. Here at
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A breath of spring

Feb 20th, 2007 | By

Finally, the ice is melting away. By 2 p.m. today, this patch and a few larger sections in the shadows of the woods remained, but
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Almost finished

Nov 8th, 2006 | By

It really looks like a greenhouse now that the plastic covering is on. We used a special 6 mil greenhouse plastic that’s UV treated to
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More progress

Oct 23rd, 2006 | By

The doors, windows, and peak vents are in, and the genius husband is finishing the framing so we can put up the plastic. The black
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A work in progress

Oct 9th, 2006 | By

My genius husband got the side rails and the arches up for the new, improved greenhouse here at the farm. The arches themselves were purchased
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