Author Archives: Eva

A Call to Arms!

(Cross-posted at True Epicure Says) 5 Years ago, a sister Silpada rep was diagnosed with Celiac Disease and the diagnosis saved her life.  I’ve seen several of my friends suffer debilitating illness over many months or years, only to find … Continue reading

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Wearing Nature

I recently started a new business adventure as an independent representative for Silpada Designs.  It’s one of the reasons I haven’t been blogging much, and I was trying to think of a way to tie both of these parts of … Continue reading

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Yeah, I got sidetracked. By Facebook, Pinterest, Life, a new business. I’m going to try to be more regular about posting… In the meantime, take a look at my Garden Spaces board on Pinterest. Lots of garden pr0n. 😀

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Bloom Day, October 15, 2011

My Chrysanthemums are blooming again. They bloomed in July because I’m lazy and I didn’t pinch them back. Now they are blooming again, and they look even better now (with the exception of a little cold damage from last week). … Continue reading

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Save Landreth Seed Co.

If you are a gardener in North America, you can be proud to be a member of a community that has been going strong since the beginning of human civilization. If you are gardening in the United States, you can … Continue reading

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Genetics Lesson in the Garden

We had to move all the potted plants inside last Saturday afternoon. This included all of the SeedGROW plants and my baby shrubs. Woo. That sucked. And we didn’t even get enough storm to make it worth the effort. Better … Continue reading

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SeedGROW: C’est la vie

I’m a little bit behind the SeedGROW pack with my plants because I was out of town most of the month of June. I finally got my seeds planted in mid-July, and now I have plants ready to go out … Continue reading

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