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Dealing with Frost Damage in Culinary Herbs

The frost on May 23 caused damage to the tips of many of the perennial herbs in the mint family in some areas of Ontario. Damage is mostly confined to the growing points and the leaves on the top 5 cm of the shoots. 352 more words

Dealing with Frost Damage in Lavender

Frost damage to new growth has occurred in many areas of Ontario. In some cases the damage is severe and caused all of the new growth to be killed, and in other cases the plant looks healthy but damage has occurred to the developing buds. 733 more words

Herbs

Healing with Possibility

“The possible’s slow fuse is lit by the imagination.” – Emily Dickinson

Climbing way out on the limb into the realm of speculation and possibly unprovable things, I’m going to assert that that the number one obstacle to healing is a person’s resistance to believing in possibility.

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Healing And Wellness

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USING HERBS IN SOUPS YOU MIGHT WANT TO TRY THIS

I have had salad spinners before and given them away however I come to realize  how useful they are for spinning washed herbs as well as salad leaves. 313 more words

RAW

Rosemary re-homing

Mum has rather successfully cultivated two epic sized rosemary bushes. And they were taking over the garden path. So armed with my fork, she dug them up. 72 more words

Rosemary

My "Memorial" Day Garden

I know–this looks as unlike an “Memorial” Day garden you’ve every seen. What on earth could I mean by that?

Long time readers know exactly what I mean and why I say this.   205 more words

Edibles

Growing Edibles in Containers

Growing an edible garden makes great sense – you use water to produce food, and it’s food that can’t get any fresher or more local! Growing food in pots and other containers can be even more rewarding, especially for gardeners who have limited space, problems with critters or who want their herbs and vegetables close at hand. 735 more words

Gardening