Did you know that you can eat arugula flowers? And they are totally yummy? This is what I learned at this months meeting of the garden club hosted by Lisa in her garden. It was a beautiful sunny Sunday afternoon,
Month: April 2010
The Peas Treaty
The Peas Treaty So it is by now well established that I hate slugs. Slugs are stealth experts – they strike in the dead of night and the only ones I’ve actually seen were the ones that drowned in my
Wonders never cease.
When your major competitor is a slug, it makes you wonder at your status in the universe! Such is my obsession with the slugs in my garden that my friend, Haile, from Ireland sent me a book “50 Ways to
Picture This Contest – April 2010
Maybe I’m getting ahead of myself with my new camera, but I thought I’d enter this picture in this month’s Gardening Gone Wild picture contest. It’s “Peas In My Heart” from my last blog post – What on Earth is
What on Earth is it all about?
Earth Day is the 22nd of April. Thanks For Today and other fellow garden bloggers are sharing ways to garden sustainably in honor of Earth Day and this is my contribution. Please visit Jan’s blog, Thanks For Today to see
Guest Gardens #1 – A Fusion of Relaxation and Function
When the gardening classes ended, a bunch of us got together and decided to start a gardening club, taking turns to host it in our gardens once a month, where we could continue the exchange of ideas and swap seedlings.
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