Dear Juliet

Dear Juliet, "One fairer than my love? The all-seeing sun Ne'er saw her match since first the world begun." "... Parting is such sweet sorrow, that I shall say good night till it be..."  Next Spring! Yours truly, igardendaily This is my tribute to 'Juliet' the absolute darling of my tomato plants this year. 'Juliet' …

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Raspberry Riches

A series on the Fall garden could never be complete without mentioning ever-bearing raspberries. My raspberries have become RICH... in color, taste and volume and it's been amazing. I have three raspberry bushes (Varieties: 'Heritage', 'Amity' and 'Summit') and this is the second year in my garden so the first real year of production. But …

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A FunOnion Harvest!

Remember Funyuns, that oniony snack you probably thought tasted great back in high school?  Well, I'm sorry if you were expecting a post about being able use actual onions to make a homemade version of Funyuns ...because really...this post has nothing do with Funyuns except for in an auditory sense! Instead I'm giving another update on …

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How Do You Like Them Apples!

It's time for an update on the apple espalier as the Fall season gets underway. As much as I hate to acknowledge there's limited time to celebrate the last hurrahs of the growing season in my zone 6 garden I must start somewhere...and what could be better than starting with the Kings of Fall -Apples! …

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All In A Day’s Harvest…

I've been out of the garden again to enjoy some of the other fine things in life... like traveling abroad with my spouse celebrating the opportunity to spend time alone together as well as the years we've been together (16).  Our trip to France was fabulous and I was inspired by many of the simple …

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