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Winter Crop

Its now a number of weeks since the seeds were sowed and we have life, Radishes, Carrots and Garlic.

Not long after the first signs of the Carrots started to show I had the pleasure of  realizing I am feeding the local birds. 127 more words


My first time backyard garden plot...

It is almost July and time to share my progress with my first time backyard raised garden plot! It has been very rewarding to build this plot from scratch and work on it all this time. 371 more words

June Raised Garden Update

Here is a photo update of my back yard raised garden beds. Everything is growing like crazy, the most fun to see progress for me personally are the cantaloupe, cucumbers, strawberries and pole beans. 80 more words


how to hide a stump

I have several areas of the yard that get neglected every year, despite my best intentions . . .Witness the Stump Garden.

I’ve been reading about Permaculture, and that gave me the idea to incorporate the stump into a planting bed. 100 more words

My Yard

DIY Raised Garden Bed

You may remember my son helping me plant my herbs and vegetables in jiffy pots until my husband made a raised garden bed. Well, my amazing husbands worked hard over the past week and I now have my first ever garden! 440 more words


cabbage success

I am officially calling it a successful cabbage season. I bought plants (Golden Cross) and planted them on April 13th, over a month before our last frost date. 150 more words

My Yard

Mini-Raised Beds: Smart Pots (Part 2)

In Houston, raised beds are essential to growing vegetables…the intermittent flooding makes it virtually impossible to grow them in the native soil. Over the last couple years, I’ve been looking for ways to add edibles to my existing landscaping. 255 more words

Sarah Shah