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Closing the Vegetable Garden

The time has come to close up the vegetable garden. The holidays are close and the temperature is starting to drop. Not to mention the sun goes down by 5 o’clock these days. It is around this time that I remove out any remaining plants and bring the garden into a state of rest until next spring. Sure I could continue to try and grow…

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Harvest, Harvest, and More Harvesting

Coming to the end of August the weather is beginning to reach that point where it’s either really hot, or feels like fall. The days are even starting to get shorter. It’s around this time that the garden has reached its peak and is transitioning from summer crops to cold weather autumn plants like carrots, cabbage, and spinach. However a majority of our time is…

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Garden Like Thomas Jefferson

Four Plants I'm Growing From Thomas Jefferson's 1777 Garden

Happy 4th of July everyone! In honor of Independence Day, I thought it might be fitting to take a look back at the life of one of our founding fathers, Thomas Jefferson. Don’t worry, this won’t be a history lesson, or at least not one that you would have sat through in grade school! Many of you already know that Thomas Jefferson was America’s 3rd…

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