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Category Archives: Chard
As I observe more and more of the subtle hints of seasonal change, I’m starting to find dates on the calendar where changes become permanent transition points. Halloween [..]
I stopped by Sandy & Davies house to return a hydraulic jack I had borrowed, and just like any other time I visit, I had to check out [..]
Finding something to eat for one person often is very easy, but unhealthy. This little recipe to pretty easy to work through, and I imagine it’s quite healthy [..]
I decided to take some photos from odd angles in an attempt to find some really unique perspectives. I started with this sunflower, positioning myself so that the [..]
After detailing the war that has been ravaging portions of my garden in yesterdays post, I thought I would return my posts back to the bright side of [..]
I’m always trying new things in the garden, and I’ve been surprised and disappointed in the past. The pole bean above has surprised me already with it’s very [..]
I’ve been contemplating the right time to have my first home grown salad, but I didn’t want to harvest the leaves before my lettuce and chard plants got [..]
I tried something new with some Macaroni and Cheese the other day: I added Ground Beef, Onions, Carrots and Asparagus to the mix, then wrapped it all up [..]
Last years lettuce was off to a great start, until the rest of the work of the season kicked in, and weeds grew over the plants to the [..]