Monthly Archives: August 2018

One panel at a time

My neighbour approached me about painting the new fence between us. I liked the colour as it was but see that it would be better to preserve the wood. Besides, the shed also needs a paint – it smelled too … Continue reading

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A red tomato in August?

The tomato plant in the first hugel pot I made this spring has been struggling a bit, losing its leaves and generally not growing as lushly as it might. Perhaps the reason for this is because it has been putting … Continue reading

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Getting rid of the ground elder

After a day of marking at home, I did need some exercise to get me to sleep, although my evening in the garden was totally unplanned. With the soil newly softened from last weekend’s rain, it seemed an excellent opportunity … Continue reading

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