Category Archives: Flowers

Pop Quiz…Name This Flower!

Hey, a Tuesday post! I haven’t managed that in a while! A free invite to dinner at our place for the person who post the correct answer first… What plant does this flower belong to? And can you eat it? … Continue reading

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2nd Round of Asparagus…and Garlic Chive Flowers

I went out into the yard on Monday to feed the girls some scraps. A handful of edamame pods, an apple core, and some leftover broccoli – how I love having these come to a good use! Before the chickens … Continue reading

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110 Plants for Just $10

Just a quick note from the mad plant shopper today before I go to a review of my 4th stop on the garden tour. Yesterday the phone rings and it is a fellow Belton resident notifying me of a super … Continue reading

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‘Round the Garden

This past weekend has been nothing but go-go-go in the garden. Wildflower Right-of-Way We’ve sheet mulched with cardboard, laid down compost, and sown perennial wildflower seed on over 70 square feet of the alley. Advantages: No more grass = no … Continue reading

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Is The Juice Worth the Squeeze?

“Always know if the juice is worth the squeeze.” – The Girl Next Door Wednesday was supposed to be a day to clean my house and get all set for the Holistic Health Fair I would be attending today. Instead, … Continue reading

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Bring on the Wildflowers

2011 will be known as the Year of Chickens and 2012 will hopefully be the Year of Bees – honeybees to be exact. But before we can install honeybees, we need to be totally prepared, and that means having as … Continue reading

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