Garden Profits: Big Money in Small Plots by E. L. D. Seymour

I'm hardly an expert at doing book reviews, so I'll apologize before hand if this post is tedious, overly long, or disappointingly brief. But it's hard not to want to share when you've come across a good book, most especially when that book is free. And so, I'd like to introduce you to a lovely … Continue reading Garden Profits: Big Money in Small Plots by E. L. D. Seymour

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Monday’s Work

On Resurrection Sunday we were about six weeks out from our last frost date... hopefully. With this spring's unwillingness to turn warm, I'm a bit nervous as to when our last frost will actually be. At any rate, I'm still stubbornly ploughing ahead with starting warm weather seeds indoors at the usual time and hoping … Continue reading Monday’s Work

How ‘Bout Them (Love) Apples?- How I Start Tomato Seeds

I have no idea why people used to call tomatoes "Love Apples". Anyway... It's a landmark day in the gardener's year when they can get their tomato seeds started, a day I've been looking forward to. Last year the tomato seedlings I lovingly raised from seed were unceremoniously mowed down by a groundhog while I … Continue reading How ‘Bout Them (Love) Apples?- How I Start Tomato Seeds