Category Archives: Arizona Garden

Changing Stupid to Awesome

Last year was a mess with the corn.  It came up so pretty, grew tall and then began to bow… I have no idea why.  It was horrible.  I named it the stupid corn. It was lame. However… I just … Continue reading

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Trip 1 Done

There won’t be too many trips this summer.  There is just too much going on. But trip 1 is in the bag.  A wonderful visit with some friends up to a remote cabin in the woods.  Temps dipped into the … Continue reading

Posted in apples, Arizona Garden, beans, charleston gray watermelon, Chickens, cucumbers, desert garden, Desert King Watermelon, dirt, Dripping Springs Ollas, grass, Harvest, intensive gardening, mulch, Old Time Tennessee Melons, ollas, peppers, spring garden, sqash, square foot gardening, tomatoes, trellis, vertical garden, zucchini | 15 Comments

Thank you!

Believe it or not, this is my 100th post.  Thank you for reading.  Thank you for helping.  I ask questions from you all on a regular basis and you are a fountain of knowledge and wisdom. So thank you. Update: … Continue reading

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Garden Update May 13, 2014

Lots of things are happening.  Lots of things need to happen.  There is no way I’m going to get to all of it today, or tomorrow… maybe by this weekend. Here is a quick tour of what’s growing on in … Continue reading

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I am the king

The king of over planning that is.  I will find 15 minutes of possible free time and I will try and cram at least two hours of work into that time.  Not that I ever GET the two hours of … Continue reading

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