Monthly Archives: September 2013


Cool temperatures are returning, yet autumn leaves haven’t yet fallen. This in-between garden time is perfect for weeding and cleaning beds so you can spread mulch on them before the rain (or snow). Another task is putting away soaker hoses … Continue reading

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Let the Sun Shine In

I challenged myself a bit this year. Rather than buying sunflower starts at a local plant sale, I decided to start some from seeds. So in May, once the temperatures were nice and warm, I planted a few seeds in … Continue reading

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Beginning Again

The first rain reminds me                             of the rising summer dust.   This rain doesn’t remember the rain of yesteryear. From “The First Rain” by Yehuda Amichai

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