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Tag Archives: garden
Here’s just a quick walk through of what we’re trying to grow this time around. I have a bunch of herbs in pots on the deck. This mint plant looks like it wants to take over the world. What else … Continue reading
A winter garden is a totally decadent concept to me. In Boston, winter means fleece lined running tights, and YakTrax for your running shoes. Do California runners even know what YakTrax are? Think snow tires for your sneakers. A blanket … Continue reading
A few months ago J and I were hanging out at our neighbors’ house. We’d all originally intended to go out for Ethiopian food, but as we sat around the table sharing a bottle of wine, our motivation to move … Continue reading
This has been an absurdly busy afternoon. We’re going on a trip back to Boston soon, and I didn’t want all this wonderful garden produce to go to waste. That’s just the beginning of what I got to work with … Continue reading
In Friday’s garden update, I showed you our serrano pepper plants. We planted two of them three months ago, and for at least six weeks, the plants showed positively no sign of growing. We even contemplated pulling them out to … Continue reading
Every time I post new pictures of the garden, I go right back to the Week One post. It’s amazing to me that we actually managed to grow everything. There must be some magic in this Northern California soil because … Continue reading