Hopefully we’ll be receiving some much needed moisture soon. I’ve seen and had questions about leaves already falling on mature trees. My sweetgum in the backyard is starting to drop a few leaves, not like it will in a couple of months, but more like it’s tired and shedding a few leaves to conserve what moisture it has available. That’s what makes fall so good for our plants.
- January 13, 2021
Shotgun houses, selvedge denim and Sawara false cypress, oh my!
- January 7, 2021
To think happy thoughts, eat a homegrown tomato.
- December 31, 2020
Here's to more green lights in 2021!
- December 23, 2020
Is it where gardeners grow or gardeners go?
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