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The Spring Garden Fills Up

Today I went to the garden to plant some leeks and onions.  The garden looks wonderful after the recent rain.  It seems the broccoli raab grew several inches.  I have been thinning the lettuces and this has given me a … Continue reading

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Ah, the Pleasures of the First Radish!

It has been such a glorious, warm spring that it would be hard not to be happy in the garden.  While it has been dry, and this warmth may have broader implications, who could fail to be thrilled by the … Continue reading

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Central Library Garden: The Continuous Yield

One of the stories emerging from the Central Library Garden this spring is the number of crops that wintered over. While Plot Against Hunger deliberately planted crops in the fall that would extend our season, we had no idea that we … Continue reading

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Happy New Year–In the Garden, Of Course!

Well, new year’s day dawned clear with a predicted temperature in the fifties and my first thought was … “there’s stuff I can do in the garden.”  I didn’t get around to the usual clean-up in the fall, which includes … Continue reading

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