Monarch

Raising More Monarchs This Year: As much as I want to complain about the heat and heavy rain, the garden seems to enjoy it.  The lawn that I haven't invaded with extended garden yet is lush green.  Vegetables and flowers are growing profusely.  Except for tomatoes, the heirloom types don't do well at all.  And... Continue Reading →

Before The Frost

Still Standing Fall is officially here, not just the date but temperature and the color of leaves.  The ground is practically covered with leaves and the branches are becoming more bare everyday.  We start grinding up the leaves for mulching and composting when we have days off.  I don't cut back much of anything except... Continue Reading →

Flowers For Bees (Continued)

Summer Flowers Summer flowers in our garden are easy to grow and most of them are drought tolerant.  Having a full time job I have to be practical about what I plant in the garden.  I water the vegetable garden regularly since most of the vegetables don't do well without constant care.  The opposite goes... Continue Reading →

October Garden

Still Some Colors After uneven temperatures and one rainstorm after another, most of the flowers in our garden have just given up or rotted away.   Only a few of them have kept blooming.  As the years pass, more and more we see pounding rainfall in autumn that frequently strips the trees of what should be... Continue Reading →

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