4 Steps To Rejuvenate An Iris

July 23, 2018

Were your Iris blooms not as plentiful this year as in years past? Do the Iris rhizomes, the tuber-like root of the iris, seem to be crowded or are there dead spots in your Iris patch? If your...
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Wet Soil Gardening Tips

April 02, 2018

It is not unusual to find that you have diverse soil conditions in your garden. That is my own experience, I have bone dry soil in some areas and I can’t dig without a shovel and then other...
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What is Wabi-Sabi?

March 03, 2018

If you have experience with Japanese culture you might have some familiarity with the concept of Wabi-Sabi but I’m betting that most of us are unfamiliar with the term. Its origins lie in...
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Keep an Eye on the Birds

February 24, 2018

Regardless of the time of year, I enjoy hearing the gentle song of the cardinal, our state bird, filling the air. It always makes me pause and take a moment to scan the trees and see where this...
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Gardening Fitness

January 27, 2018

As I begin this article it is currently 15 degrees outside! Spring sure seems a long way off right now but it’s important to remember that part of your planning for gardening in the spring...
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Nature Is An RX For Feeling Better

December 31, 2017

Anxiety is fast approaching the status as the #1 health problem in the world. The World Health Organization (WHO) is predicting that by 2030 anxiety will surpass obesity as the largest threat to...
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Recipe Of The Month: Onions

December 29, 2017

When the weather gets cold one of the things I look forward to is homemade soup. French Onion Soup is one of my favorites. This recipe is from my Grandmother. It makes a hearty meal or can also be...
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Winter Pest Control

December 16, 2017

Just because winter is setting in doesn’t mean you can let your guard down when it comes to pest control. As a matter of fact, this time of year calls for even more vigilance as the weather...
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