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To tell someone from Ohio that it has been a wet spring would be humorous. Most of the central and eastern United States have been punished by floods or far more rain than average. As I write this today, on May 18th, many farmers in our area have yet to plant their fields. There are […]

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I recently got in a WHOLE bunch of trouble for telling someone to cut their flower spike close to the leaves or pseudobuld after the blooms had faded. My sister-in-law’s step-mother called me a liar telling me that I destroyed one of her plants. She had two orchids both of which recently bloomed. On one […]

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The leaves are all on the ground and the garden is almost ready for its nap. I figured now is a good time to reflect on this previous year. Probably most interesting is that all vegetables aren’t out of the garden. I still have beets, brussel sprouts, swiss chard, cilantro and a beautiful bed of […]

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