I love onions. I think they're delicious in almost any dish. I use onions routinely constantly in my kitchen, so I always have plenty on hand. Sometimes I have too many, and they sprout in my pantry before I can use them. But that's not such a bad thing, because I plant them and … [Read more...] about sprouting onions – don’t toss them, plant them!
The lettuce, beet and radish seeds planted in my Burpee seed starter were off to a great start. Every seed nestled in its comfy little peat pot germinated as expected. I felt so happy the moment I peered through the clear dome of the "greenhouse" to find the first seedlings … [Read more...] about how to prevent tall and floppy seedlings
Now that I've started composting, it is hard for me not to throw organic material into the compost bin. Composting coffee grounds, kitchen scraps, and yard debris like fallen tree branches and grass clippings helps reduce the amount of waste filing landfills, but most … [Read more...] about can I compost diseased plants?
I love coffee. So does my hubby. I love coffee for the calmness I experience when I slow down in the midst of a busy morning to sip my perfect pour. My hubby, on the other hand, is hooked on caffeine and gets a crazy headache when he goes a few days without coffee. I hate … [Read more...] about how to make a trash can compost bin
Each morning I head out to the garden to enjoy a cup of coffee and to check out what's new from the day before. This summer, I’ve been watching my tomato plants very closely because the vines are full of fruit, but they’re still green. I figure they will all ripen at the same … [Read more...] about got tomato problems? rotten bottoms and yellow leaves