Monthly Archives: August 2013

Thank you, from the North Country Gardener!

I’ve reached a milestone today. No, I’m not a decade older. I’ve registered over 20,000 page views on my blog! Thanks to everyone who has stopped by for tips on growing a garden in the north country. I hope I’ve … Continue reading

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Renovating a Perennial Garden

Revamping a large perennial bed that has become overgrown with different plants and weeds kind of reminds me of cleaning out my garage after stuff has been accumulating for several weeks. I just don’t know where to begin. Over time, … Continue reading

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Fresh bread to go with fresh veggies

There’s nothing like fresh bread to go with the veggies you’ve picked from the garden to make a delicious bowl of cream of peas with new potatoes or a BLT, for that matter.  Here’s a great recipe I use to … Continue reading

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