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Deep Freeze? Seed Catalogue Therapy

I am having the loveliest of lazy weekends. We are in the grip of another polar vortex and being outside entails wrapping one’s face. I thought it might be an opportunity to spend some quality time with the Territorial Seed … Continue reading

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Greening Up? Maybe Not, But It Is Thawing

Saturday I had lunch with my friend Jane, a fellow gardener and Plot Against Hunger volunteer. It was sunny, 50 degrees, and the snow was starting to melt. We talked, among other things, about our garden plans. I mentioned that … Continue reading

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Garden Planning on Coldest Weekend of Winter!

Garden business seriously begins to occupy me in February because often I can start planting at the end of the month. These are what I call the “early crops” and include lettuces, radishes, peas and carrots. Some years, that also … Continue reading

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A Final Yield From Fall Plantings

It was such a beautiful day today after all our snow and cold, that I ventured out to the garden.  There was work to do—trimming roses and the trumpet vine.  There was also nothing left of my fall plantings except … Continue reading

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