Winter Seed Project 2022! Part 2.

Greetings my friends! It’s definitely summer with 90 degree+ temperature days and drought conditions high. You may want to see the first brief post here: https://turtlemoonimpressions.wordpress.com/2021/11/25/first-time-winter-seeding/ My first winter seeding project has directed most of my time and energy since May, and that has been a LOT of effort! I used to have a nifty […]

Gardening Goodies

“Blossom by blossom the spring begins.” Algernon Charles Swinburnethe If you’re interested in learning more about native plant gardening, I have some interesting links for you this week! Grow Native Massachusetts presents Evenings With Experts, A Free Public Lecture Series and this week it will be tomorrow evening, Wednesday, April 28 | 7:00 – 8:30pm […]

Spring Begins

It’s always hard to resist going out to the garden to clean up when Spring is in the air but it’s best if you hold on awhile. To begin with, we should wait until we’ve had 5 days and nights in a row around or more than 50 degrees. Plants are still vulnerable to a […]