Monthly Archives: September 2010

Tomato Hornworms- the real story.

When I was a child I found a green caterpillar with white things attached to it’s back. I don’t know how I found out that they were wasp eggs, but I did. I felt such sorrow for this caterpillar, I … Continue reading

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Warm and Dry

2010 was the fourth warmest U.S. Summer (June-August) on record, according to a NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) report. It was also a very dry summer. I started thinking about the weather and its effects on nature when I took … Continue reading

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Morning Glories…next year!

Every spring, since I picked up a copy of Sharon Lovejoy’s Roots Shoots Buckets and Boots, I have had ambitious plans for Morning Glories to reign in my garden. I want them to cover the fences of my vegetable garden … Continue reading

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Take it Outside

Turn off the screens—the television, the computer, the video games. Take time from work, from chores, from the day to day tasks that keep us busy. Adults and children take it outside. Each week I will challenge you to see … Continue reading

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