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Colorful Foliage for Shade

In the Pacific Northwest, many homeowners have a shady spot in their garden. An old, second-growth cedar or fir might take up an entire corner, a neighbor’s giant magnolia or purple leaf plum might create a wide, encompassing shadow. 619 more words

Pacific Northwest Gardening

Spring Has Come Again!, Time for Spring Gardening

Spring is here in England, and I have been out and about enjoying the exceptional weather.  The garden is in a frenzy, with new shoots pushing their way through the soil, and tiny shoots reaching out to become small buds, ready to flower.   154 more words

Mission Impossible?

Growing a spring vegetable garden is uncharted territory for me, even more so in the desert wasteland of eastern Washington. There must be a reason this is the desert…nothing is naturally meant to grow here. 272 more words

Gardening In The Northwest

From scraps to scrumptious: Regrow your groceries!

Mother nature always shows that when there is a will, there’s a way.

I never realized until I started gardening just how easy it is to grow food. 267 more words

Kitchen And Cooking

DIY Vegetable Garden

If you are excited about the weather finally breaking open and releasing some well-earned Vitamin D, you may also be much in anticipation of what you will be planting this spring. 556 more words

FAMILY/ IN THE HOME

Snowy Winter Has Gardeners Digging This Spring

By Phran Novelli

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) - OK, dig in. Even if you hated every snowflake that fell this winter, if you want to plant anything this spring, you’ll love what all that snow left behind. 181 more words

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First daffodil

My very first daffodil is in bloom!  Picture is a little blurry, it was a bit windy.  Old fall garden detritus in the background.


Of course I mean the first daffodil this spring, I have planted hundreds over the years. 84 more words

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