Late Bloomer – Transition from Winter to Summer Garden – Episode 33 covers Kaye’s tips for success. To fence or not to fence? That is the question. In Kaye’s case, the transition from winter to summer this year including installing a border fence to her front yard garden. Getting the last of the seeds planted […]
There’s one thing about being laid up with a sprained ankle over the holidays (which have dragged into the first week of the new year): out come the knitting needles. I’ve been mad about knitting since I taught myself to knit and crochet when I was young. I recall distinctly when I put down my […]
Christmas Eve Salad from my garden. Spinach, arugula, baby kale, baby finger carrots, Stupice tomato, Japanese pepper, cilantro, Meyer lemon, drizzled with raw olive oil with cracked pepper. Merry Christmas, everyone, all over the world!
Last night, I was putting away the leftover soup about 10:15 PM, and there was a soft knock at the door. Very strange. I froze. Then another knock. No one knocks on our door after ten o’clock. I ran upstairs and got my husband, and we approached the door. It was a neighbor from the […]