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Vanquishing the Killer Rabbit

I went to the garden this week with a strategy in mind. When I was getting my seeds, I had a look at protective coverings. My intent was to do battle with descendants of the killer rabbit of Caerbannog. Those … Continue reading

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Report From the Frozen South: Checking In On the Covered Plants

It’s amazing how a few days of weather in the teens and twenties can make a sunny day of thirty-five seem like a harbinger of spring.  I’ve been wondering how the wrapped plants in the garden did and went by … Continue reading

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Winter Blows Into the Garden

After my last blog, gleefully showing my thriving peas and arugula, winter moved in with temperatures in the teens at night and the twenties during the day.  What a difference a day makes!  When I heard about the Alberta Clipper … Continue reading

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Water Comes to the Garden, but not Rain….

Friday the county turned on the water in my community garden.  We were all relieved and happy, since it has been dry and many gardeners had been bringing containers of water from home.  A few of us pulled the garden’s … Continue reading

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