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Monthly Archives: July 2011
When it’s this hot out, it’s difficult to do any yard work. I pretty much leave my garden to fend for itself, with a couple of exceptions: Watering my trees: Casey Trees recommends 25 gallons of water per week during … Continue reading
About a month ago, I was invited by Nalls Produce in Franconia (Fairfax), Virginia, to attend one of their gardening classes. I wasn’t able to make the herb class that I was invited to, but I was very graciously invited … Continue reading
I’m currently reading A World Without Bees, by Allison Benjamin and Brian McCallum. I know this is not a new sentiment, but all I can think about while I’m reading this book is: we have got to get away from … Continue reading
I’d mentioned in an earlier post that I have a plethora of Rudbeckia in my yard this year. And now they’re blooming like mad! This one is one of the transplants from last year. It didn’t take much time for … Continue reading