Monthly Archives: June 2013

Mid-season garden tips

A mostly gentle, warm rain saturated the ground here in the last few days. The northern forest is looking pretty lush, to say the least. The garden didn’t mind it either. Warmer overnight temperatures coincided with the warm rain. I … Continue reading

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Tomato Grafting Update

Well, three out of my ten tomato grafts took (see post from 5/24/2013), not a good percentage, even for a major league baseball player. Then again, I’m not aiming to reach the World Series of gardening, just to figure out … Continue reading

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Timely Tips on Watering

This is from the National Garden Bureau, I couldn’t have said it better myself! Watering. One might think that would be the easiest part of gardening. However, experienced gardeners know that it’s not as simple as it seems, nor is … Continue reading

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