Don’t Forget To Feed The Birds In Winter Weather

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It’s cold and windy outside today, a sudden appearance of winter in Ontario. While I sit inside all cozy, the birds have been circling our feeders all day. I imagine they need a lot of fuel to stay warm right … Read More

2012 Vegetable Garden Plan

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This is the fourth year that I have sat down and actually planned out our yearly vegetable garden on paper. Our 2012 vegetable garden layout takes into account crop rotation, the fact that we have some new garden space thanks … Read More

Looking Under The Yellow

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“Be like Curious George, start with a question and look under the yellow hat to find what’s there.”  James Collins While I’m not sure this is entirely what Mr. Collin’s meant, looking under the hat at my garden I’ve come … Read More

Follow Your Favourite Blogs In Google Reader

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I am forever adding new gardening blogs to my reading list. I mean how could you not, there are so many gardeners out there producing great blogs. Follow one and you discover 5 more. After a while though the list … Read More

Pink With Attitude

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Well February is here, and it’s looking a little dreary outside. The snow has once again melted and when I look out my office window all I see is a lot of gray and brown with a bit of dull … Read More

Winter Came But Will It Stay?

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We finally had some winter weather on the weekend dropping about 4 inches of lovely, fluffy snow. Everything looks lovely today, all white and pristine. Unfortunately it does not look like it is going to last as they are predicting … Read More

Love Amongst the Weeds

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OK I am going to start out this post by saying that I am already happily married but must admit to being intrigued by  a new approach to dating. It’s called Weed Dating. Really. Participants sign up and meet over … Read More

Anticipation

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Harvested Winter Kale And Spinach

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While I’m not sure what is happening to winter here in Ontario as we still have no snow on the ground, we have had some cold nights over the past few weeks with several nights down below -15C. But today … Read More

Staying Garden Fit Through The Winter

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I find no difficulty keeping reasonable fit during the garden season. There are always beds to be edged, weeds to be pulled, plants to be pruned, rocks to be moved, vegetable gardens to be turned over not to mention all … Read More

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