State of August Garden

State of the August Garden

The garden is taking a beating this month. We had our first over 100 degree day last week. If you want to follow along with my virtual garden tour, here is a map. We start at the lower right side, with the herb garden plots. * Disclaimer: Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. You don’t have to purchase them through my links, but if you do, you will help support StraightWay, Inc. (www.straightway.org), a non-profit rehabilitation program that works with whole families as well as single moms and dads, and single guys and gals. For more[…]

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July Garden Walkthrough

State of the July Garden

This monthly post informs you of the state of the July garden. How my garden is growing, what is working and what is not, and lessons I’ve learned along the way. It is said, “experience is the best teacher,” so this reflects my gardening experiences. Follow along and learn with me. * Disclaimer: Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. You don’t have to purchase them through my links, but if you do, you will help support StraightWay, Inc. (www.straightway.org), a non-profit rehabilitation program that works with whole families as well as single moms and dads, and[…]

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State of the April Garden

State of the April Garden

Just a little tour to show you what’s happening in my garden in April. I have my garden divided up into several plots for herbs and vegetables. You can see a plot plan here. * Disclaimer: Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. You don’t have to purchase them through my links, but if you do, you will help support StraightWay, Inc. (www.straightway.org), a non-profit rehabilitation program that works with whole families as well as single moms and dads, and single guys and gals. For more information, visit my Disclosure page. My herb plots are a mixed[…]

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