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Kathleen
9:34 am

Pushing the Gardening Envelope

Last fall we decided to try to grow greens all winter. We had both successes and failures. Kale, spinach and daikon radishes did well. Kohlrabi, beets, broccoli rabe and arugula did not fair well. Most likely the veggies that did not thrive struggled because of sowing seeds too late. We did not sow seed until mid/late September. This year we decided to get an earlier start, late August, and added a new comer to the fall/winter garden — saffron. Yes, you are reading correctly, we decided to try to grow and harvest our own saffron — that wonderful spice of delicate red threads that adds flavor to breads, rice and so many other dishes. Read More

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Kathleen
7:00 am

Reflections on a Rhododendron in Winter

It’s February and it is incredibly cold. The kind of cold that will make all of news broadcasts flash warnings about hypothermia and the importance of wearing mittens and hats. But I knew the weather was at an extreme even before I went and opened the cover of my laptop and clicked on my weather app. Read More

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