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Garden Tasks For Late Fall

Garden Tasks for Late Fall September and October are the months to prepare your garden for the winter. In warmer areas, the fall is the time to plant cool-season vegetables. In colder climates, gardeners...

Thanksgiving Centerpieces From The Garden

Thanksgiving Centerpieces from the Garden Leave the tissue-paper turkey on the shelf at the craft store this year, and adorn the center of your Thanksgiving table with one of these centerpieces, instead. Tree of...

Be Thankful For Gardening

Be Thankful for Gardening Today is Thanksgiving in the United States.  It has almost disappeared as a holiday, with Christmas decorations going up right after Halloween in many places.  (I think WalMart had a...

Beefing Up The Winter Garden

Beefing up the Winter Garden Last week, I thought about how I can make my garden a little more interesting in the winter.  The picture in the last post is highly unusual.  We do...

Halloween Gardening Pun And Fun

Halloween Gardening Pun (and fun!) Tomorrow is Halloween! Yay! Chris and I are both major fans of Halloween. Halloween is a fun time for gardeners. After all, pumpkins are the star of the show!...

Enas Garden

Welcome to lana’s Garden Welcome to Lana’s Garden where together we will uncover what works and what doesn’t when creating an environmentally friendly organic garden. To the left is my organic garden as seen...

Seed Mosaic Week Three

Seed Mosaic: Week Three This is sort of a cop out post, because I have been traveling today. And, apparently Chris can’t post because he was stuck driving back and forth to the doctor...

Some Things Never Change

Organic Gardening Never Changes Gardening in the ‘Good Old Days’. I have just been reading about gardeners in the 18th and 19th centuries, and I have been quite amazed at the similarity of the...