I found this guy or gal in the yard this morning. The plan is to take him to a nearby pond today or tomorrow. Made him some temporary accommodations until then.
The Beans Are Dying!!! I noticed recently that the leaves on the bean plants I planted a couple of weeks ago started turning yellow with brown spots. Some of the leaves even started dying. The plants themselves are still growing … Read More
Thankfully it rained the other night. We got a good downpour as the storm passed through. So of course the next morning I went to my favorite worms spots in front of the house. There happened to be a bunch … Read More
Planted some corn recently. When the plants get bigger, I’m going to transfer them to a large plastic bin. Silver Queen is the popular late-season variety with tenderness and flavor worth waiting for. Large ears, 8 to 9″ long, have … Read More
Buttercrunch Lettuce Developed by Cornell University, this heat-tolerant, Bibb-type lettuce has quickly become a favorite since earning All America status in 1963. Its rich green leaves, sometimes tinged with red, form a beautiful rosette in the garden that holds well … Read More
One of the most important things to remember when using plastic containers as planters is to drill holes. You don’t want too much water to collect in the container. Holes will allow excess water to drain out of the container. … Read More
Since I started my gardening journey, instead of throwing out old bottles and cans I’ve been saving them I finding different uses for them in my gardening. So today was the day I decided to do something. I took 3 … Read More
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You aren’t going to get any long, drawn-out posts about how my cat likes to smell daffodils while sitting on the window sunbathing. I like to get straight to the point. You are here for some recommendations and I’m here … Read More