Reflective Gardening: More than a State of Mind

Reflective gardening – the literal, not the philosophical, kind – is the use of reflective material to enhance the sunlight and ramp up the photosynthesis in your plants. This method can be especially… Continue reading

I Hate My Dog: A Gardener’s Confession

I hate my dog. There, I’ve said it. Ok, maybe hate is too strong of word, but then let me just say that I am really, really, more than momentarily p***d off at… Continue reading

June’s DWV

This Month’s Word is: grow  grō/ verb. To (a) increase in size by a natural process; (b) expand; gain; (c) develop and reach maturity; (d) thrive; (e) become attached by or as if… Continue reading

April/May Wind-Down

Who knew that choosing what type of cultivation to use for landscape plantings or food crops took such forethought? A friend of mine, who is quite a good gardener, posted a photo of… Continue reading

Cultivation Nation: Bali Magic

Bali is where my head is at.  Although back a few weeks now, I find I’m still feeling off-pace; vacillating between the slower, calmer pace on the Island and the faster, task-oriented pace here at home.  I… Continue reading

Leaving on a Jet Plane: Leaving the Gardening Behind

All my bags are packed, I’m ready to go. . . Heading to Bali for two weeks of surfing, exploring, yoga and monkeys. . . . . . but, no gardening.  Back soon.

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