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It looks like rain is finally here, and that onset the wet and cold season makes me—once again—a reluctant gardener. Like last year, I find myself bundled up and looking fondly at my garden…from my bedroom window. With hot coffee and a sweater that is...

It’s the weekend. You have a couple of hours to kill, the sun is shining, and no one needs anything at the moment. What do you do? If you are anything like me, the answer is always "gardening"! But what happens when you don’t have those blissful...

I don’t know about you, but the Noah-worthy deluge of rain this winter wreaked havoc on my garden, and the disappointment of wrecked anticipation left me thinking about why I garden and what it all really means. Because gardening really is about the long game—anticipation....

I’m going to share a secret with you. Ready? I hate winter gardening. I am fully aware this is a blog primarily concerned with that very thing, but let’s be honest: slogging around in the cold and mud while everything I have so carefully imprisoned in various levels...