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February and March 2022: The Gardening Frenzy

As often happens in spring, I’m so busy doing the gardening that I don’t have the time or energy to write about the gardening I’m doing. So, here’s a summary of that’s all gone on the last few weeks. All spring crops and spring flowers have now been sown. I’ve built two new small raised…

One Seed Challenge, 2022

One of the things I picked up from Nicole over at Flower Hill Farm is the idea of the One Seed Challenge (#oneseedchallenge). The main idea with this being that, yes, seeds are cheap, and we usually have many more than we could ever use, but it’s easy in the midst of that to lose…

Seed Sowing, February 2022

Well, this month has almost gotten away with me. I’ve gotten a lot done–the basement greenhouse is finished, and I’ve sown over 50 varieties of plants at last count. I don’t have as much time or energy to blog now that I’m not laid up with a knee surgery. Hopefully this extra mobility will make…

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