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Category Archives: Sarah’s Garden
It may be a little early but my tomatoes were getting too big for their little pots so it was time to give them a little more space: This year I tried to make sure I got most of the … Continue reading
Hello, little arugula! It’s been almost two weeks since I planted my seeds and everything is starting to sprout. The arugula is coming along the fastest which is pretty amazing considering it’s outside. Last year I started all my seeds … Continue reading
This weekend is seed planting time! Here’s what I’m going to start with:
Back when I was growing up in cold, cold New England, March didn’t mean much more than snow or possibly slush, if we were lucky and it warmed up to above freezing. The old saying that March comes in like … Continue reading
It’s time for some realtalk about houseplants. I have a strange relationship with them: I’ve always had at least one (usually more) for the past, oh, ten years, but it hasn’t always been by choice. You know, your parents come … Continue reading
Apparently some groundhog saw his shadow today. I don’t have too much faith in this Punxsutawney Phil creature but if winter continues like this it really wouldn’t be that bad, would it? My little ivy is certainly enjoying itself. Look … Continue reading
Today I thought I’d go in a bit of a different direction: history! I’ve been looking through a book about the history of botany and I thought I’d share a bit. This book is called Herbals, Their Origin and Evolution: … Continue reading
This is what I’m thinking about today, in no particular order: 1. Crocuses!
Happy 2012! Now that it seems that winter has finally arrived I am looking for ways to add some life and color to my little empty (of plants) back yard. Luckily I have the ivy left over from a previous … Continue reading
A haiku: Eggplant, your flowers Delicate and lavender But no eggplant. Why? Alternately: I only wanted To eat one eggplant, just one Alas, there was none.