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The Ghost Pepper Planting Guide: A To Zing

The infamous Bhut Jolokia (a.k.a. the ghost pepper) is well-known for its super-hot slow burn. It’s a perfect chili for extreme hot sauces or simply spicing up a soup or chili. 609 more words

Hot Summer, Hotter Peppers

We’ve had one heck of a hot summer here in Georgia; and it’s wreaked havoc on our garden.  The heat came early, in late April.  Oh, I forgot to mention, it’s also been dry.  788 more words

Vegetable Gardening

A Caturday Update

Hello friends! I wanted to share some pictures of Neko and Petey on this lazy Caturday… You usually don’t get to see Petey. He’s my timid tuxedo cat who’s usually in hiding, but I left this bedroom door open and the cats found a soft spot for a nap. 239 more words


Busy Spring Gardening

More about the garden, I know, but this is prime gardening season! I’ll have some quilting updates soon, promise.

The winter leafy greens have bolted and it was time to remove them from the bed. 644 more words


Container Gardening with Kids- Starting Seeds Indoors

In addition to sewing, I also enjoy gardening. With growing season upon us, it will start to consume more of my time. So it makes since to share my gardening adventures here with you. 607 more words

In the garden: Peppers

Weather is getting cooler but peppers are growing nonstop in my garden. Peppers comes in many shapes, sizes, colors and flavors. While bell peppers are sweet, jalapenos, and cayenne are very hot. 72 more words

Summer Vegetables Winding Down...

Wow! Where did the spring go?! And now the summer has passed as well.  A growing garden points out the never ending cycles of the natural world in a unique and intimate fashion to those of us who work the garden.  535 more words