Monthly Archives: March 2012

Waiting for the wind to die

Today is going to be picture light, on account of my not having a terrible amount of time or energy this week.  The dayjob has been stressful, what with the constant in and out of low nighttime temperatures.  I have … Continue reading

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Some lovelies

Planting has been curtailed this week by the sudden return to normal early spring weather.  It’s a shame, because I just bought some lovely new perennials, and now I can’t plant them, as we had a freeze warning last night, … Continue reading

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Veggies and mossy things

I brought home a bunch of packets of seed from the dayjob yesterday.  I love working in a garden center, because I am now armed for summer veggie gardening.  I have lettuces and carrots and tomatoes and nasturtiums, which will … Continue reading

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Spring comes early

After an unusually mild winter, I have been out in my garden looking at things as they begin to emerge for weeks now.  And today it was time for weeding.  Even in March, there is weeding to be done.  And … Continue reading

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Forging through the weeds

Hi!  I never thought I’d be doing this, but here I am. I am a gardener with big dreams.  Right now, it’s just me and my little garden, and my over grown collection of houseplants.  But it’s March, and the … Continue reading

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