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The great 2020 garden experiment with Luffa!
As another gardening season comes to an end, it’s time to give some thought to what worked, what didn’t work, and what you will do or learn for next year. If you’re like me, you are just over gardening! I’m a little tired of all of it. But, as a few weeks pass, I find … Continue reading Gardening: Taking Stock & Planning for Next Year
Do you purchase herbs like basil and dill in those little jars from the grocery store? How crazy expensive are those!!!??? A tiny 1/4 ounce jar of dried oregano or basil is about $6.00 around here. I can fill my whole pantry with every herb one can think of for about $6.00, and I have … Continue reading 4 Ways to Dry Herbs
THE GREENHOUSE IS HERE! I've wanted this Palram Mythos 6x8 green greenhouse since I can remember. Every time I go on Wayfair, it's not on sale or sold out. Seriously, it's been a few years since I fell in love with it. This is the advertised photo. So pretty! This year, I was anxious to … Continue reading Greenhouse Adventures!
If you've never canned anything in your life, tomatoes are the place to start! You don't need a lot of know-how. You don't need a lot of ingredients. You don't need to figure out how to use a pressure canner. HERE'S WHAT YOU NEED: Glass preserving jars with lids (quarts or pints)A water-bath canner and … Continue reading A Little Mater Processing Up In Here