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Growing Lettuce in Winter

Growing Lettuce in Winter

A Gardening Life – January 5 This afternoon we put on hats and coats and went up to the shed to pick lettuce for dinner. Our shed has windows and plexi-panels on the southern side and roof. A wall of clay pots on the north side act as heat sinks and that half of...
No Fruit

No Fruit

Garden Reports and Rejoicing – August 17 We planted lemon cucumbers this year and every seed germinated. The vines quickly scrambled to cover the fencing where the fading sugar-snap peas willingly surrendered the space. A promising summer crop. So far these...
Creating An Experience

Creating An Experience

Report From PIA – August 16 Yesterday on NPR I heard an interview with Elizabeth Dunn who studies consumer happiness for the University of British Columbia. She was talking about what made people happy, and commented, “Well, it turns out that one of the best...
Of Snakes and Solutions

Of Snakes and Solutions

Report From PIA – July 29 We went out to pick tomatoes tonight and found a snake that was caught in the netting. Crows had been feasting on the first fruits, so we covered the plants last week. I’m partial to how the green netting looks, and it’s very effective...

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