November was a cruel month in more ways that one. Who’s ready for 2016 to be over?
In October, I accomplished all of my gardening goals, and a few more besides, through rain and all!
Fall may be upon me, but I managed to sneak in a late harvest in the garden, and I’m pretty excited about that.
If only blackberry pie grew on trees.
It’s July: Here’s what my garden has been up to in the last month.
The heat isn’t deterring my garden in the slightest — if anything, it seems to be enjoying the oppressive weather.
Here’s what my garden was up to in March, in full, glorious colour.
Friends! Romans! Countrypeople! The leap day hath swept past us, and Super Tuesday is upon us! Oh happy day. I’ll be following election results on Twitter all day and you shall know me by my lamentations over the exit polls. But if you’d rather look at flowers than politics, hoo boy have I got you […]
It has been, as promised, extremely rainy. This is not, by any means, to suggest that the drought is over, because it is not — it would take many years of rain like this to recharge the state’s aquifers and smart water policy to reduce the risk that we deplete them even more quickly than […]
While I was gone for a fair chunk of November, I did get to spend some time at home, and the vast majority of that time, especially at night, can be summed up in one word: Frosty. Frost was so heavy on the ground that it lingered long into the day in some places, as […]