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Don't Fall for this Spring is Here Scam, Get Out While You Can!

It’s snowing outside. In fact, it’s been snowing for the past two days. All signs of spring are gone, wiped out by this white bullshit. 1,727 more words

Spring? Where Did You Go??

I know I always start my seeds too early. But never before have I actually had to eat the lettuce I was growing in my 40 cell seed starter. 210 more words

Organic Gardening

Foliage Follow-up and belated Bloom Day - March 2017

Apparently, sometimes it is in ones favor to be fashionably late. Yesterday, on Bloom Day proper, it was so grey, wet, and miserable here, that I would have worried for my camera’s safety bringing it outside without an umbrella. 1,340 more words

Bloom Day

Spring Is Coming...Get Ready to Garden!

Spring Gardening Checklist

The garden is waking up, and you’re in charge! It’s time to plant, prune, prepare beds, and care for your pasture.

Early Spring… 342 more words

Homesteading

Bloom Day - February, 2017

Thank heaven for foliage, I say – as far as flowers go, it is slim pickings here this February. As probably just about everyone else from the Pacific NW can attest to, this has been a whopping kind of winter. 478 more words

Bloom Day

Passion flower or Maypops.

Another plant with a million common names and a deep history.  I’ve seen passion flower vines growing on railroad tracks and taking over fence rows in the bay area of Houston. 651 more words

Edible

Dewberries / blackberries.

Nearly every Texan that grew up with ties to the country has memories of picking blackberries or dewberries in the spring. These things are absolutely loved and the easiest things to identify. 428 more words

Edible