My favorite garden season is here – eating tons of greens! Tender salad crops prefer cooler weather, and with the … Continue reading Oh my, how have you grown!
I have a confession to make. When I moved to my little patch of island almost five years ago, I … Continue reading Container Queen
The post I was hoping not to write… Last year in early April, I planted a dozen brassica starts (kale … Continue reading Intro to cabbage maggots
I’m experimenting with some herbal infusions this week. I find the process simple, magical, and gratifying. All the goodness and … Continue reading Infusing
Self-care is one of those intangible things that can so quickly be exchanged for the benefit of time to do … Continue reading Self Care
On Yahoo! News: Survey: More than 40 percent of bee hives died in the past year. Continue reading This made me think of Sara’s bees.
After just two weeks, this handful of bees is all that is left of three new and robust hives. On … Continue reading What Bees Remain