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Winter Garden Update: squirrels, mosquitoes, and a big move!

We planted our first square foot raised bed for the winter season about two weeks ago and the much anticipated little green sprouts are shooting up everywhere!!! Yay!  Problem is that where we have the beds, which got full sun in … Continue reading

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Herb Garden of Eden for Gena

Most of you know that my precious sister in law, Gena, has a very complicated heart disease.  Though you would never know it if you met her.  This girl is the most joyful little ball of sunshine you will EVER … Continue reading

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Winter Garden

Here is our Winter Garden!!!  We decided to build raised beds and try out the square foot gardening method outlined in Mel Bartholomew’s book.  So far I really like it.  It is so easy!!! Drew built three raised beds out … Continue reading

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Garden Update: killing grubs, pine needle mulch, and our FIRST HARVEST!

A few weeks ago someone said that they noticed my mothering/nurturing instincts really emerging as I started this garden w/ Drew. Hmmm. Maybe so. It is for sure way more work than we thought. But it also brings us much … Continue reading

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Eclectic Garden update: fungus, squirrels, drought or flood!

We planted the “Eclectic Urban Garden of Eden” about 6 weeks ago.  We love it.  Just about every morning I get up and make a cup of tea and go sit outside with my Bible, and my plants 🙂  For … Continue reading

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The “Ghetto”, oh I mean, “Eclectic” Organic Garden!

Andrew & I planted a garden.  And, we have decided it is not only the best thing you could do for your health (and possibly your finances), but it is great marriage training/counseling! haha For now we hope to inspire … Continue reading

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