Monthly Archives: September 2012

Week 26 – Preserving Fresh Herbs

There should be plenty of fresh herbs in your garden or the farmer’s market right now and you can dry and preserve them for use later.  Freeze them or bundle and dry them for cooking, or for those other projects … Continue reading

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Week 25 – Plant cover-ups for frost

Today we didn’t have a truck so a few went to the station and showed a new product to cover plants during frost.  It seems crazy with the heat we’ve been having that we would be talking about this right … Continue reading

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Week 24 – Sprucing up the garden for the tour

This Sunday, September 9th from 9:00am to 2:00pm there will be a garden tour of Rob’s garden and his neighbors Harry and Jessica’s garden.  This tour will benefit a women’s center, Dumb Friends League and other charities. This week we … Continue reading

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