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Local Lunch and Obamacare!

We should inspire brilliance not feed and test for mediocrity! Continue reading

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Top Ten Garden Buys for Valentines Day!

Well Valentine’s Day gives you a chance to give the a gift to get your snuggle bunny through his /or her winter blues. Continue reading

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So Summer has arrived!

So summer has arrived the temps. are in the 90’s and the sprinklers are on. Father’s Day is soon and The Fourth of July is coming fast. The garden is planted and the pool provides a cool getaway from the … Continue reading

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Five ways to Shrug off Frost!

Frost can ruin early vegies and herbs in the garden. Today I am giving you five ways to keep frost at arm’s length. This may help in your spring battle to get your garden started. So here we go: 1) … Continue reading

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It’s all about the Leaf!

So spring sprung and the weather has warmed(80’s here Friday). Everyone who gardens has the bug. I have full out gardening fever. I have the garden tilled for the first time; I will till it another time before Iplant it. I … Continue reading

Posted in Gardening, March 2011 | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Five tips to get your Garden started this Spring!

Spring will be here soon enough and with near 80 degree temps this weekend the spring chores will begin. Here are 5 helpful hints to get you started. Tip 1:     Use a light fabric when sowing seed early. A light … Continue reading

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Fireworks, tomatoes, and aliens.

    So many Americans have spent the last weekend having family picnics and celebrating the countries birthday. Over the weekend we have had the chance to indulge in BBQ, beverage and fun that we often don’t make time for … Continue reading

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Tomtoes, tomatoes, tomatoes!!!

All the work is worth it in the sandwiches and salads of the summer, and sauces and pickles in the winter. Continue reading

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Trip to Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden

    We made a day trip to Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden today with the kids. Richmond is only 45  minutes away and we thought this would be a fun morning trip. Not only location, but cost are factors in … Continue reading

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Frost, the Bite of old Man Winter in April?

These are some ideas to help mitigate damage cold air can do early in the gardening season. Continue reading

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