Around the house we can build up our own safe haven, offering us some nice colours by the variety nature offers us. But sometimes it also can be a voyage full of trials to get something nice. In the end the result can be magnificent and giving peace.
- My DIY Garden
- Cat garden
- Garden update, home on the farm
- Myrthe Ciancia wants to share with that there’s an easy way to find the name of a plant or flower: The Wonder Garden – Lesson N°1 – Pl@ntnet
- After The Rain Shower
- A garden in bloom
- Damsel in distress?
- Alderville First Nation unveils spirit garden in the city of Kingston
And for those who like to cook
- This no-knead bread is simple to make, and the addition of pumpkin puree makes it perfect for fall.
- Cookie butter-crumble pumpkin pie bars at your service
- The scent of pumpkin pie spice wafts from the oven when baking these two moist pumpkin loaves made with a vegetable oil and pumpkin puree batter.
- Canned pumpkin and butterscotch chips provide an interesting taste combination in this recipe for mini muffins.
- Pumpkin Chocolate-Chunk Espresso Muffins with Coffee Glaze Drizzle Blogging Over Thyme
Garden notes (from a novice):
1) Worried I waited a little too long to get these things planted, but I know better than to not try. If you think you can’t go from shriveling to thriving, just wait. Put those babies in the ground and see what some space, sun, nutrients, water, and time will do.
2) Remember that the pumpkins died TWICE. Once from frost and again from forgetting to water them in a drought. We thought they were done. Look at them! The picture does their bushiness no justice. They are majestic.
3) If you don’t keep redirecting the tomatoes they will grow sideways out of their cage and knock the thing over. Setting that all right will mean breakage for some of that tomato growth. Keep those vines in check routinely for best results.
4) Save some seeds for later. If you plant them all at once…
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