Canning season! It’s such a conumdrum.
“Rain, rain, come and stay!”
After careful watching, I’ve discovered what was going on with my native bees.
Ah, the smell. No, not that smell! I mean the lovely scent of roses in bloom.
Meditation This is going to be brief. It’s been a tough week. One of my cats was ill, we’ve spent about 3 times what we could afford, and he isn’t much better. This is the not-fun part of being a pet owner. Events I had a great time at the Master Gardener’s plant sale last […]
The so-called Pineapple Express is blowing through my area, bringing cool temperatures and steady rain. It would seem like there’s nothing to do but stay indoors. But not everyone has that option.
Part of how I’m getting through the last few weeks of winter is to read. Not so much for inspiration, as I pretty much know what I want my yard to look like. It’s more a matter of finding new tools and techniques.
Last Monday it was so nice out that I can’t resist the siren call any longer. I went and took a close look at my yard to see what’s made it through the cold.
The weather has warmed dramatically here in the interior Northwest. We’ve been about 40 degrees most days, with mild winds and gentle rains. It seems like the perfect time to get out and start planting. I know it isn’t.