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Growing Garlic

In Gardening On August 18, 2014 0 Comments

The rule with garlic is this: plant it on October 15th and Harvest it July 15th. My Dad taught me that and he follows it yearly and his garlic… Read More »

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Strawberry Jam

In Gardening, Snacks On June 12, 2014 0 Comments

Oh my gosh you guys, I did it!…I switched to pectin…Holy Cow, what was I waiting for ?! This stuff works wonders. Instead of cooking the hell out… Read More »

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Celebrating the end of another Winter…

In Gardening On March 9, 2014 0 Comments

My garden is bursting with life already. It makes me very happy. Everything is coming up, new strawberry plants, bulbs, garlic, and even worms! I love it! We’ve… Read More »

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Butternut Squash “French Fries”

In Dinners, Gardening On November 17, 2013 0 Comments

I grew several butternut squash plants this summer and most developed and ripened in September, which was kind of early. They were small due to the hot summer… Read More »

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Fall Gardening

In Gardening On October 12, 2013 0 Comments

It’s Fall and I’m still harvesting lots and lots of edibles.  It becomes salad season again and time for eating root crops and putting chopped green tomatoes into… Read More »

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Shred, Bake, Surprise!

In Dinners, Gardening, Kid-Friendly On July 18, 2013 0 Comments

A friend recently told me that she fried shredded yellow squash like hash browns and it was great. So I decided to try making something similar, only baking… Read More »

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Edible Flowers

In Gardening, Snacks On June 26, 2013 0 Comments

When we began planting our garden 5 summers ago, my husband requested that I not waste space on pretty flowers and that we focus our resources (land, water,… Read More »

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Garden Update

In Gardening On May 29, 2013 3 Comments
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The Yarden’s First Harvest of the Season

In Gardening, Kid-Friendly On April 7, 2013 0 Comments

The winter here in Seattle was mild. We had about 2 weeks of freezing temps and less precipitation than normal and no snow. My Garden which is in… Read More »

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Spring is coming…

In Gardening On March 14, 2013 1 Comment

I’m looking forward to spring! While it won’t officially begin until March 21, these photos were taken March 4 & 14 and show me that life is coming… Read More »