Category Archives: Red Russian Kale

Growth In Spite of the Neglect

The winter garden, or what is left after some neglect, is eeking through the season.  The sun almost completely leaves our back yard around the end of December and then slowly starts to show itself again.  I’ve actually tried reflectors … Continue reading

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Remember I’m a bit obsessed with sprouting seeds.  When I see the different bits of green beginning to grow I get all excited.  So you get… pictures! Let me preface this post by saying that I am not a photographer. … Continue reading

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Monday Update

Not too much actually got DONE this weekend.  I was hobbling around like an old man with my back hurting.  It’s a little better this morning, of course, as I head back to work. The boys and I planted one … Continue reading

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