Monthly Archives: April 2009

Another day … another lawn-less yard

Lawns in the Krisana Park neighborhood of Denver are disappearing like . . uhm… pastries at my house… vanquished by a quick sweep of the sod cutter. Today I planted peas and onions, shaped beds in 2 yards and removed … Continue reading

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A day in the garden…

Spring is in full swing and so is gardening. As the days get longer so do the work days. This is a yard where we removed the grass and tilled the soil last fall. In the past few weeks we’ve … Continue reading

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Surviving Spring

Perhaps our garlic is the hardiest plant we’re growing right now. And as you can see from the picture, it’s a good thing. Our outdoor crops mostly survived our little relapse into winter but none are thriving like the garlic … Continue reading

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Things are about to pop

As the rain melted the snow away today I already saw lettuces popping through that weren’t there before. It’s going to be an amazing week!

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Welcome to Spring

Each time I think summer is on it’s way, ‘spring’ returns and I have to remind myself… we need the moisture. The garlic is still standing strong through the snow which seems to have stopped falling. It’s a beautiful spring … Continue reading

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