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Happy little seedlings

Aug 30th, 2006 | By

They were happy and healthy until the blister beetles came along and chowed down on them. Then the ducks chowed down on the blister beetles…and
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The reaper

Jul 27th, 2006 | By

My new favorite tool is a European style scythe from Scythe Supply in Maine. I’ve been interested in various archaic crafts for much of my
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Color in the garden

Jul 15th, 2006 | By

I’ve never grown such lush, happy eggplants before. The huge leaves concerned me at first because I feared I’d been too heavy-handed with the compost
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English roses

Jul 10th, 2006 | By

‘Eglantine’, a David Austin variety of English-style roses. My daughter took this photo in my new flower & herb garden next to the house. This
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Summer flowers

Jun 22nd, 2006 | By

Months ago I spared a weed that I thought might be something more. It spread at the base and grew into this lovely patch of
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Bee time

Jun 22nd, 2006 | By

A closer look…busy, busy bee.

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Not enough roses

May 2nd, 2006 | By

The sweet, heavy fragrance of the early wild rose blossoms can’t cover the nasty odor from Bebe’s most recent skunk encounter. She tried rubbing it
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Bad weed!

Apr 26th, 2006 | By

Very bad weed! Hundreds of these young burdock plants have appeared in the pasture, the gardens, in full sun and shade. Sure, they look innocent
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Gooseberry blossoms

Apr 10th, 2006 | By
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Another angle

Apr 7th, 2006 | By

A different view, showing the leaves. Henbit blooms in late winter and early spring. It started in late January here at the farm and didn’t
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