Let’s Stop Wasting Water Many of us still think of fresh water as something that we’ll never run out of. We turn the faucet, the water flows freely, and we expect that things will always work this way for the rest of our lives – and for coming generations. But the reality could be much […]Read More
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Today I'm going to take a look at the pros and cons of intensive gardening. It may be the dominant method right now... but there are likely as many reasons to skip it as there are to embrace it.Read More
Okra Thrives When Other Plants Die We’ve had a nice, long, rainy spring this year. But all good things come to an end, and it’s about time to start thinking about transitioning to some tough summer plants that will keep your garden producing when the heat arrives. It’s time for fresh homegrown okra. Okra is […]Read More
When the Well Runs Dry Drought. The very mention of the dreaded “D” word can make the blood of even the stoutest gardener run as cold as ice. Drought has always been an issue for human beings. Farmers and gardeners, even 10,000 years ago when our ancient ancestors traded in their hunter gatherer lifestyles and […]Read More