Monthly Archives: September 2012

The light is a little clearer, a little colder

Fall is coming, and with it, a growing urge to curl up in a sweater with a book and a mug of hot apple cider.  But there is still so much to be done in the garden.  I have last … Continue reading

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On Gardening

“Now the gardener is the one who has seen everything ruined so many times that (even as his pain increases with each loss) he comprehends- truly knows- that where there was a garden once , it can be again, or … Continue reading

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Summer’s gone

  This is at a garden center I toured for work.  It was such a cool looking thing and I want to try to replicate it at work.  It’ll be a project for next year though.

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There are some things you just shouldn’t do

Some people obviously shouldn’t be allowed near pruners.  I recently toured a customer’s garden with a few of my coworkers.  Their garden was stunning.  It was their neighbor’s yard that was somewhat questionable. That weird popsicle looking thing is a … Continue reading

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It’s been a while

I’ve been gone for a while– life caught up with me all of a sudden, and I just didn’t have time for posting.  But there’s so much I want to talk about.  I’ve been doing some traveling for fun, and … Continue reading

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