Things to Start Looking for in a flame pit

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There is absolutely no wonder that collecting all-around a fireplace with family and friends really are an enjoyable and intimate exterior adventure. Whether you are generating more and telling ghost tales with all the kiddies, catching up with all the … Continued

ROOT CELLARING CARROTS

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Something terrible happened to my garden. I got the carrot fly AND bacterial soft rot. For some reason, I thought I was immune in here in New England. After all, I’ve never had issues (which are related, by the way) … Continued

AUTUMN SEAWEED IN THE GARDEN

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Reclaiming Nutrients Although ancient farmers did not know this hydrology, they did know that adding fish and seaweed to their fields caused plants to flourish. Not until the latter half of the past century did we begin to understand that … Continued

A GUIDE TO STARTING SEEDS UNDER LIGHTS

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Okay, fluorescent bulbs aren’t exactly rustic. But for those of us transitioning to a life on the land, this may be your only alternative to a greenhouse. Some plants, like tomatoes, have to be started indoors unless you only want a single … Continued

PLANT YOUR POISON

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Every year, pests destroy our garden. From squash bugs to groundhogs, I don’t think there’s anything that makes gardening more difficult than hungry critters. So this year, along with adding some humble fencing–more of a deterrent than an actual barrier–we’ve … Continued