Monthly Archives: July 2010

A new beastie and more pleasant things

Last week I found a terrible beastie in a pea pod. It’s a horrible looking little beast that makes opening each pea pod a bit of a risky venture. I did a little research and found out that this hideous creature … Continue reading

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Summer

As much as I try to do three-season gardening, summer is the star of the gardening year. Summer produces the good stuff. The straight from the plant into the mouth stuff.  The save it in a jar stuff. In Seattle, summer can … Continue reading

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Berry anticipation and a peek around the garden

We’ve been harvesting strawberries for a few weeks now, but the raspberries and blueberries have not really started to ripen yet. The raspberries should begin ripening any day now, especially since we finally have some warm, even downright hot, weather in our forecast. … Continue reading

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