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Homegrown Meal

By Heather / June 19, 2020

After last week’s fiasco of eating pizza on Friday night I decided that this week I would spend some time in the garden harvesting dinner. Not that it was a chore or anything. I love working in the garden and I have the suntan to prove it. It was time to thin out the carrots […]

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Eat Your Vegetables

By Heather / June 14, 2020

You always hear the saying… eat your vegetables and on some level you know they are good for you. And today I finally realized why it was important to eat your veggies. First, let me say I love to garden and I grow most of the vegetables we eat. But also, there are a few […]

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Raised Garden Bed Tour – July 4

By Heather / July 5, 2019

Today was a perfect day to do a raised garden bed tour as well as a tour of the flower garden. I did a garden tour last year (which you can find here). This video is a little shorter than last years and I’ve gotten it down to 9:33. Not too bad considering I have […]

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Last Year’s Garden – What Worked and What Didn’t

By Heather / June 14, 2019

I’ve finished planting my garden, deciding where veggies should go in what raised bed based on crop rotation and this year I’m even taking into account what plants grow better with others (companion planting). What also comes into play at this time is last years successes and failures in the garden. I call them my […]

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My Backyard Has Gone To The Birds

By Heather / August 17, 2018

I have been wildlife gardening in my backyard without even know it. The definition of wildlife gardening according to Wikipedia – “A wildlife garden is an environment created by a gardener that serves as a sustainable haven for surrounding wildlife.” It goes on to say: Building a successful garden suitable for local wildlife is best accomplished […]

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What Does One Do With 42 Pounds Of Zucchini?

By Heather / August 15, 2018

Talk about an excess of zucchini! What does one do with 42 pounds of it? Short of trying to give it away to everyone I know and a stranger I met on the street, I was still left with 42 lbs. My zucchinis have been prolific this year and I had planted 3 plus a patty pan […]

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Garden Explosion

By Heather / July 20, 2018

It appears that come July there is a garden explosion! In June I was lamenting the state of the garden thinking that I’d planted too little, too late and not enough in between. Whereas in fact, I seem to have planted too much, too close and just at the right time. In July the garden […]

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Every Garden Needs Beer Cans And Bridal Veils

By Heather / June 16, 2018

From my experience, every garden needs beer cans and bridal veils and I never knew it until this year. In all the years that I’ve had a garden, you would have thought that I would have tried most of the tips and tricks out there, but as in my last post (read here) there is […]

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Best Pinterest Gardening Tip

By Heather / June 8, 2018

All of us have favourite tips that we’ve found depending on our needs and what I’m going to share with you is the best Pinterest gardening tip that I have found. Now there are lots of gardening tips on Pinterest and it’s a wonderful site for getting ideas. If you go to Pinterest and type […]

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How Much Would It Cost To Start A Garden?

By Heather / May 8, 2018

The other day I was in Lee Valley fawning over all their gardening tools a thought came to my mind… “How much would it cost to start a garden?” Now first, if you have never been to Lee Valley you don’t know what you are missing. They have the coolest stuff and tools and I […]

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