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With the beautiful spring weather lately many people have been asking about just when they can get started in their gardens-I managed to find some time this weekend and couldn’t resist getting my hands dirty. This year I’ve planted: Brussel … Continue reading
I’m a huge fan of container/patio gardening and it seems as though the big gardening companies are starting to recognize this growing market. This is great for those in condos or townhouses and it’s a great option for me as … Continue reading
We all know that bigger isn’t always better, right? I should, yet when my husband was asking me how big I want this raised bed, the answer undoubtedly was “well how big can you make it?”. We reigned ourselves in a … Continue reading