As long as I can remember, there has always been a vegetable garden at my parent’s. This space, on the north end of the front yard, was a sizeable rectangle that enjoyed all-day sun. The garden space grew larger when my dad hauled Granddad’s tractor from his eastern Oregon home to ours. Each summer, the […]
Today, I wrote for my garden. It has ties to what I write here, so I hope you enjoy!
When we called the smallest building in the photo above home, Spouse announced that he wanted to grow roses. He wanted to start raising them right then and there. This former milk shed turned cute tiny house was only temporary between the Little House With Blue Trim on Tolt River Road and Trail’s End, and […]
A cross-post of sorts, a guest post by me from my garden blog, I’ve just stolen this piece in its entirety and placed it here. Today is that sort of day. Cheers! Seattle has experienced an unprecedented 80+ days with only .07 inches of rain. We’ve had some cloudy days, marine-layer mornings, but no measurable […]
With my roots in northern Europe, specifically Scandinavia, I love that I love kale. Kale is a hearty green, a green that is able to grow year round in many climate zones, wilting a bit during a freeze, but bouncing back when the ice releases its grip. I grow kale I preach kale In My […]