Monty strikes again. In his December post, among talks of Christmas trees, he mentioned a way to assess the structure and bones of your garden. Here’s what he said: TAKE PICTURES Take the time to go outside and photograph every aspect and angle of your garden. It does not matter how abandoned, neglected or empty […]Read More Winter Tasks: Assessment
Y’all. The Cabin Fever is in full effect. Despite the seedlings that are sprouting and doing their thing in the basement, I’m itching to sow more. Only its too early to so anything more than what I’ve got going. What’s a gal to do? Winter Sowing! Now, I’ve not tried it before, but there’s no […]Read More Winter Sowing: An Experiment
Dear readers, as I’m sitting at my desk looking out at a very frosty view, I found myself stymied about what to write when there is nothing going on in the garden. Sure, there will be seed catalogs and some planning to come and eventually some seed starting adventures, but those won’t be weekly posts […]Read More Winter Content.
I’m always of two minds come November. Half of me is dreading the short, sunless days and impending freeze (and the snow that comes with it), the other half is excited for the slow roll into the Holidays and the respite from work in the garden that lets me think and plan for the garden. […]Read More November.
I’d love to wax poetic about the many phases of our garden and how uniquely beautiful they are dusted in frost and peeking out from a blanket of snow. But honestly, at this point in the year, I just cannot. Because it just is not true. Everything within 5 feet of the driveway is ass […]Read More Winter Garden.