Category Archives: Horticulture

Work behind the garage

Behind the garage is the last place I seem to get to in my yard travails. Clearly because it is not under my view at all times, I am less likely to see it and attend to it. At the … Continue reading

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The curse of maple seedlings!

Maple seeds can be the bane of our existence. I wonder if I am one of the few people who spends time pulling out these ‘helicopter’ seeds where I find them. I would like to say that I am able … Continue reading

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Snaky snakes and lotus blossoms

My days are busy and always changing. Of late, I have been listening to podcasts about introverts. I am an introvert. I was once painfully shy. I am truly not the shy person I was, but I will always have … Continue reading

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Green!

I feel as if I were in Ireland. It is so green, it is hard to believe. The weekend was one in which it rained intermittently and the tornado fears and warnings of storm winds were omnipresent. It is very … Continue reading

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The grapefruit tree

Before marriage, I had found a growing grapefruit seed in a piece of grapefruit I ate and turned it into a beautiful plant with glossy leaves. I never had it in a location where it did super well, although it … Continue reading

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