Some gardens are wild, and grow wherever they want, like this nightshade. Some need lots of prep, and then grow, if they want, like this nightshade. Welcome to my new garden, Potato! […]
It’s your choice: a bounty better than spinach, or drought. Same rainfall, same soil, same sun, same day, same hour, same tongue, same thirst.
What a life it is to live in the sun. A garden doesn’t have to be humanly planted. Who knew?
A native plant that returns disturbed soil to its natural state and makes most excellent summer-in-a-bottle for those winter days is called a weed? Dandelion and Peach Forever Really, we should be […]
Suns and solar flares… Watch where you step!
These plants have gone wild from a garden above them. Not one is native here. They are native to Eastern North America. To survive in its illusion of seasons, White culture requires […]
Welcome to the second of a series of posts on creating a sustainable Okanagan. They are archived on the menu bar above. Today: smart water. Read on… Wherever there is a crack, […]
It’s time to nip, cat. This is the time of the year that’s just for you. It’s time to romp. It’s cat nip time. Purrfect.
Even if you spend many thousands of dollars to cover most of your whole yard in black plastic tarp and to cover it in river gravel, there is no guarantee of success at […]
Say hi to Queen Anne’s Lace. It is listed as a noxious weed. I mean, try grazing a cow in this pasture. Still, who defines these things? Not the lettuce […]