You Can Still Go For The Garlic!

I know it's November and the leaves have fallen... Winter is so close that you can literally feel it getting closer each day. But you don't have to let all of your planting aspirations disappear just yet, for you still have time to grow some garlic!  It's o.k. to plant garlic up until the ground …

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R, S, T in the Garden

A clever acronym for enjoying the long wonderful days of Fall? Not really, it stands for Raspberries, Sunflowers and Tomatoes - these are the beauties that have been attracting my eye and demanding my attention. My fall bearing raspberries are in high GDP mode.  It seems the more I pick, the more there are!  I …

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Garden Favorites in Early June

Much is happening very quickly in the garden this time of year.   Some of my favorite true blue flowers are in bloom.  This is Veronica austriaca teucrium 'Crater Lake Blue' and it is a real peach of a plant if you like perennials that bloom blue, grow at a moderate pace, need moderate water …

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‘First Cuts’ From the Garden

Last weekend the weather was beautiful and the weekend was even more beautiful because we enjoyed the 'first cuts' from the garden. Fresh greens...tender, light and so delicious. Some of Johnny Scheepers Kitchen Garden Seeds arugula came from a small section of a spring pot I planted few weeks ago.  I like to mix edibles with …

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