While doing some cleaning up in the yard a week or so ago, I heard the familiar yap yap yap of a nuthatch above me. Until that moment, I hadn't realized that I hadn't heard them in awhile. Some find their repetitive chatter annoying, but I like it.
Ever since we started composting garden waste several years ago, I have not looked at the garbage from our kitchen the same either. I started saving that and running it out to the compost bin, too. It's located at the very back of our acre, and that was all fine and dandy in the summer, but come winter, I would drag my feet at taking it all the way out there.
Question from Desperate Reader: I didn't have a good year for growing vegetables. I have two crepe myrtles near the bed. Do I have too much shade? Can you give me some suggestions as to what to do next season?
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Do you have left over Canning jars from this year's canning adventures? If so, do not let them sit on the shelf, do something with them. There is a ton of things you can use these jars for. All you have to do is go to your favorite Search Engine and type in "Canning Jars" and the ideas are limitless. Here is what I did with my little jelly jars.
If all of the weather reports are to be believed, we are about to get pounded by Hurricane Sandy. We are expected to get DAYS of rain and gale force winds here in New Jersey, from Sunday through Wednesday of next week.
This Week On Rose Chat Radio Saturday | October 27, 2012 9:30 am CST
Paul Zimmerman joins us to talk Roses! Dont miss it. Well be talking with Paul on the results of the "Rose Hills International Rose Trials", his thoughts on some of the new roses coming out next year and much more!
Few elements of my Autumn childhood memories stand out, I suspect that growing up in Arizona meant that Fall was a season left for story books and Saturday morning cartoon plots. Pumpkins were simpl...
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