I finally found it! A way to plan my planting schedule that won’t create a mess with my seed packets or require writing things on the calendar. And erasing them and writing them again, because sticking to an exact schedule is nearly impossible. (click on any photo to enlarge) What you need All you need […]
Things we generally do inside.
I had the impression that zonal geraniums were fancy, expensive flowers. Then I read on the internet that many people consider geraniums to be common and garish. Go figure. Not that it matters what other people think, because I wanted to try to grow them from seed anyway. (click on any photo to enlarge) Zonal […]
I had a half bushel bucket of Delicata winter squash in the kitchen still and it was already March. The previously green stripes had turned orange, but the squash seemed firm. I decided to cut one open and see what it looked like. It looked like fresh, raw squash, so I decided to bake it. […]
Some vegetable crops really require a late winter planting in southwest Idaho to get the best results and full harvest. Peas, spinach, and lettuce, in particular, will begin to sprout nearly as soon as there is a bit of a thaw. They also can’t take the heat, so don’t produce much past June in most […]
I kept quite a lot of my mom’s clothing because I thought it would be nice to up-cycle it into clothes for my grandkids, as a way to tell them stories about their great-grandma. I know my mom would have been pleased with the idea, and who knows? Maybe she catches glimpses of it and […]