Organic Gardening With A Common Sense Approach By Theresa
Theresa ,an organic gardener in Virginia for 37 years.Please stop by often to be entertained, encouraged, and learn things about organic gardening the easy way --- here a little, there a little --- from my stories, tips, anecdotes, experiences, and explanations.
As I detailed in my post on Yaku-Jima-Japanese- Silver-Grass, it’s just about the most beautiful and carefree of the ornamental grasses. It adds charm to the landscape in all seasons and is never invasive.
I’m now in the process of cutting them back. I do a few each day, so I won’t have to “make it a job”.
I received an email today from long time friend and reader, Toni, from Oregon.
I’m looking on my onion seed packets. These are seeds grown for companies locally. They all say to plant the seeds directly into the garden from April to mid-July. This is really confusing me. Do you think I should try doing that?
Gift giving can be a lot of fun. Sometimes it’s more fun for the giver than the receiver.
Remembering the first Christmas I spent with Bill 53 years ago, I can still feel the excitement of his opening my gifts. None of them even made it to Christmas day or even Christmas Eve. Every time I’d buy something, I’d get so excited that I’d [...]