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Watching and Waiting in the Garden

Nearing the end of July, I’m beginning to notice all sorts of “signs and wonders” in the garden — changes in the plants, signs of their maturity, the ripening of fruits. 1,262 more words

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Two Years Ago: Another Wee Anniversary

It is spring, isn’t it? The trillium which began appearing in late March have fully invaded and blossomed, blanketing the forest floor with a stunning array of white flowers and green leaves. 753 more words

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One Frosty April Morning

One frosty April morning, the sun climbed lazily over the southeastern hills, shining an impossibly golden light through the new green of the awakening forest, leaving careless shadows to spiral and flee in its wake. 192 more words

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The Slow March (and April) of Spring

You might say things have been pretty busy lately, around here. Aside from continuing with the work of getting settled in our new home and getting to know our surroundings, we’ve also been dealing with a very unusual winter and spring indeed. 1,127 more words

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The Final Harvest

While it wouldn’t take an archaeologist or a crime scene investigator to know that it was once a garden, the garden is pretty well finished for the year. 1,083 more words

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Pumpkins & Sunflowers

From the chipper, perky meteorologist on the morning show to the guy walking to work in sandals and shorts, there are a lot of people who are betting against fall. 799 more words

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September So Soon

I’ve got to be honest with you. Back in February when I started planning this year’s Big Garden Project, I certainly had a few far-fetched ideas about how things would go. 1,062 more words

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