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Spring!

I love talking to baby plants, love turning them and seeing their growth. I love experimenting with gardening, playing with every aspect of it. And, because my body has MS and is handicapped, it’s plain fun to see what can … Continue reading

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Spring – little by little

Indoor starting of vegetable and herb plants is underway. Yesterday, I set 15 different types of seeds germinating. The method of using an organic cellulose compostable mat in a growing tray was used again. Cover it to mimic the darkness … Continue reading

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Spring is in the wind 2

It’s amazing how a seed so small can grow into a plant so full. That’s Mother Nature! Tiny snowflakes compile to inches or feet of snow; when funneled together, single raindrops can flood a street, replenish a river, and turn … Continue reading

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Spring is in the wind – starting plants for the garden

Exciting, isn’t it! Spring is coming – even here at 7800 ft. The mountains still have some snow, so needed for the parched land. The melt will replenish the streams which will renew the rivers coming out of the Rockies. … Continue reading

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Garden joy – end of the season peace and bounty

There is a profound peace in Nature as she slows completing a growing season. That is so on every scale: forests and meadows, farms, yards, and gardens. I love sitting in the midst of it. The buzz and hum of … Continue reading

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