Category Archives: tomatillos

Spring Miracles

There is something quite remarkable about spring.  It’s a time of new life, new hope, and a promise of things to come.  How appropriate that Passover and Easter are in spring. Each seed that is planted is nourished by the … Continue reading

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The Old is Gone

No, I haven’t been binge drinking.  These are the wine bottle ollas that are done for the season.  I’ll clean them up and put them away for next spring. Ever get into one of those kicks where you just start … Continue reading

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I messed up on the tomatillos

The beauty about gardening is that every season is a learning experience.  I’ve been trying to keep better notes than I have in the past so that my gardening knowledge can grow more intentionally. In my current log (which is … Continue reading

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