Category Archives: gardening

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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Yard bird fun

A variety of bird species have returned to Jaroso, CO because habitat, food, and water are being provided. It is joyous to watch them and to play a game with them called “foraging.” The intention of my neighbor and myself … Continue reading

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Garden Yummies

It seems that Mother Nature has perfected abundance and generosity. One plant will usually produce copious beauty, a profuse harvest for birds, chipmunks, and humans, and offer shade to other plants, animal life, and people. Not only will Mother Nature … Continue reading

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Gardening: end of the season

Yesterday afternoon, I harvested almost 50 lbs. of unripe tomatoes. No problem. They’ll ripen over the next several weeks. Last year, fresh tomatoes graced my plate until after Thanksgiving. Same for the people they were shared with. My favorite tomato … Continue reading

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Garden joy and beauty

Here is a series of short videos to show the initial joyous results of phase 1 of regenerating a semi-desert, dead back yard. This is what it looked like to begin with. In October, we’ll plant a couple of fruiting … Continue reading

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