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A Rose For Shey

Along the otherwise seemingly monotonous grapevine trellis roams my beautiful rose bush. In previous years we just let it do its own thing but this year I decided that it...

Creating A Legacy That Lasts: Spring 2016 Garden Tour

I cannot begin to tell you how full my heart is. Today is the day I get to reveal to you the natural beauty that is my zone 6b garden...

Saturday’s Six

The six things that made life just a bit sweeter these past two weeks… Freshly picked arugula daily. Most people enjoy them in salads which I do also, but my...

The Tomatoes Are Transplanted

The tomatoes are transplanted but not without a fight or rather, fall.  I started hardening these seedlings indoors by placing them in front of open windows last week, allowing them...

What Happens When Groundhogs Think They’re In Charge

Being an organic gardener in a somewhat rural part of New York does not come without its pains. I planted my salad bar of arugula and various types of lettuce...

Progression Of A Peony Bloom

Right at the entrance of our driveway daintily sits this peony plant yielding the most beautiful blooms in my garden, hands down. The semi-glossy medium green leaves of the foliage adds...

Dishing The Dirt: How I Amend My Soil In Three Quick & Easy Steps

You know that pig from Sesame Street that prances around his pen singing: “I love how mud feels, I love how mud sounds, I love mud all around! I L-O-V-E...