Tag Archives: gardening
Poor (no, make that BAD, disgusting, cold, wet, frustrating) weather gives one too much time to think! You may recall that the last of the 2017 season carrots were eaten the last day of March. Today, the last of the … Continue reading
Yesterday I checked the 10-day forecast (as I always do) and beyond a slightly chilly night, the forecast was for dry and sunny and tah-dah!!! three days in a row above 40 degrees! So, I bundled up (these old bones … Continue reading
It’s April? Are we sure? These crocus seem doubtful. Yes, it snowed again last night. And the miniature daffodils in the fairy garden seem to be perplexed as well. Maybe it’s partially because the fairy houses that make … Continue reading
Appeasement: bringing about a state of peace, quiet or contentment; conciliatory action that satisfies or soothes… The sun is shining. The daffodils are blooming. The first planting of snow peas is emerging. I am planting shelling peas. I am ap-PEAS-ed!
Many of us are complaining about the absence of Spring. The continuing Winter is playing havoc with succession planting plans, and throwing a wrench into forecasted total production tallies. The potager is beginning its third season. On April 1st in … Continue reading
So after a wasteful spell of sulking, I reviewed my “to-do” list with fresh eyes. There must be SOMETHING I could do until the weather co-operated. There is still snow in the most shady spots although it began raining on … Continue reading