Sure, you can put up a container with cedar boards and stainless steel corner brackets, drip irrigation and compost made out of chipped trees and waste water treatment plant leftovers, but that’s […]
I bought the shovel on the left in 1981. It didn’t have a lot of a point then. I’ve been digging with it for 40 years now. By the rate of wear […]
There’s no need to recycle. Repair with goop. Be done. Yesterday’s dinner ( a big black fly) ripped the web, but, hey, it’s not worth throwing out yet, eh. Same story from […]
As you can see, as the forests burn up in all directions the new normal around here is for a sky other than blue. My sunflowers can find the Earth still, though. […]
You play it under one of those waterfilled basketball hoops that get parked on the gravel outside your driveway. But you need abandoned 1970s landscaping, or the rake is just a danger […]
It’s chamomile time! When those winter moons keep me awake in the middle of the night, these suns do the trick.
In the greenhouse. This is my fifth pick. And no slugs! A little pollination trouble in the corners where the bumble bees don’t like to go, but who is worrying, eh! We […]
It’s a happy time in the garden. Garlic is 15 centimetres high. Leaves did their job. How great is that, eh! And, yeah, there’s lots of it. Go, garlic , go!
Got your Welsh onions yet? The know no seasons. They push living out of the dead Earth. Which is, accordingly, not dead. Very Celtic, that!
In the spring, a raised bed makes the soil warmer and lengthens the season. Fall Rye and Tilled-under Tomatoes Talking to the Snow In the early winter, a raised bed makes the […]