Monthly Archives: September 2012

His Way…

The husband feels the need to start a blog to tell it “His Way” so please check out His Way Even though he is very new at blogging, he is filled with useless knowledge (he knows I’m joking)  so it … Continue reading

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Of iron in the garden

There’s just something about the look of rusted iron in the garden that makes it feel right, especially in a new garden where there is no sense of maturity, and the trees have yet to tower over the landscape. Take … Continue reading

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Bridal Pergola

Bridal Pergola.

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Take a chance

Two years ago we created a large border in our upper field using a technique called “sheet mulching”.  I’ve written about it before. It’s the process of organically killing the existing vegetation by smothering it with other organic materials.  We laid … Continue reading

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Inches away

Mid September is one of my favorite times in the gardens.  Our fields of goldenrod are in full bloom casting their bright golden haze over the landscape. Usually on a lazy Sunday afternoon, my husband and I make a point … Continue reading

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Her masterpiece

In November of 2011 a difficult decision was made to have 5 huge pine trees removed from our property.  They were planted along the property line by the former homeowner, about 40 years prior. Bordering the west side of our … Continue reading

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