Tag Archives: spring gardening

Ready, Set, Hands in the Dirt!!

It has been in the upper 60’s and mid-70’s for about two weeks. As I mentioned last week, I did some planting in the small Plot Against Hunger garden and my own, in hopes that the seeds will have an … Continue reading

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The Sun Returns, Briefly

After two weeks of raining, it finally stopped this weekend. Yesterday I ran by Paul’s house to pick up some tomatoes and cucumbers he had grown from seed. I dropped them off in the muddy garden and then went on … Continue reading

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A Full Spring Weekend

Last weekend, we finally got some spring weather. I met Sarah, one of the 10th and Barton Plot Against Hunger volunteers in the morning and we cleared out the large garden and prepped it for planting. A fellow gardener from … Continue reading

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Lunching and Gardening

Today, we had some glorious, sunny, warm weather. It was the kind of day I might have spent in the garden. Alas, I had a long lunch with a friend in a restaurant I hadn’t been to for several years. … Continue reading

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The Garden Blossoms

Things are popping in the garden, beginning with blossoming columbines and budding irises.  I worked three hours on Saturday in my plot, weeding and planting. In spite of my very bad watering habits (depending on the rain), things are growing … Continue reading

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American Legion Garden Gets an Upgrade

I have been doing so much gardening in multiple gardens, as well as a changing jobs, that I have not been able to write recently.  I will try to do better in the future as I get used to a … Continue reading

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What a Spring! On Track in the Garden

Last week, I was very busy in the garden.  On Tuesday, I removed the cold frame and transplanted the seedlings out into the garden and into pots to give away.  The tomatoes stand in a row between the spinach and … Continue reading

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