Edibles

the scientist by willie nelson via www.pithandvigor.com
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I love Willie Nelson -- always have, always will....even considered being him for halloween this year, before going in another direction... (foreshadowing next year - perhaps?) Anyway,...

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Still lacking internet access-- so I'm quickly sharing something that I have been meaning to for soo soo long. These images were from Elle Decor...

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Garden Cocktail - Grilled White Peach Rumble.
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The morning after feels kinda good.  Yesterday afternoon was a hell of a whirlwind with the Leaf launch. Thankfully, today, my heartbeat has returned to...

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It's only a couple of weeks now until Leaf magazine is scheduled to launch and my simultaneous excitement and panic are both mounting. We have spent so much time...

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My beautiful home grown gourds from last year's garden are finally dried (yes it seems to have taken a full 12 months).  But now I am finally...

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I can spot a garden designer's garden a mile off.   It's the experiments that generally give it away.  Designer's gardens (in my experience) don't tend...

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I had to take the day off yesterday.  I came home from vacation to a horrific garden mess and I spent the entirety of yesterday...

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Tasha Tudor was an author and illustrator of many books and gardener extraordinaire.  Her beloved gardens and her home in Marlboro, Vermont are a beautiful...

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Here is something I learned this winter:  My citrus trees (I have an orange tree that was a mothers day gift about 4 years ago...

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Am I the only one who feels like this tuesday is more like a monday and really slow to get started? I hope you all...

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Simple is anything but simple.  Simple's (the artists name is simply, Simple) garden art is actually quite exciting.  My favorite is his collection of espaliered...

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This is a 2008 entry to the Chelsea Flower Show from Deakin Lock.  I think it is fantastic for is very raised beds that provide...

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I just checked my Voice mail and received a message I had been waiting for.  It regards the giant mushrooms that up until about 20...

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Last night I took the prettiest, (because of the setting and sundown timing) most interesting class with Julia Radford.  Julia is an herbalist who lives...

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After a long day of being onsite I arrived home just now to a sweet surprise.  Artichoke Green Globe from Peaceful Valley Nurseries.  I won...

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Listing my top 5 landscape plants has this fun feeling of being in (one of my favorite movies) High Fidelity.   Can you give me your...

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Hello friends, I am signing off for the weekend but in my ever unsettled quest to become more organized and intentional, I am giving a...

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I have the intention to put some seeds in the ground this week (perhaps today, if it stops raining).  Peas, radishes, (maybe) carrots, and spinach.  ...

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I am cutting and pasting this from the White Flower Farm (Litchfield, CT) newsletter because since I read it, I have been fascinated with the...

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I have to admit, I got a little more excited when I first saw this kit than I am now that I have google translated...

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Oh -- I have a little catch up from yesterday -- so first off a couple more before and afters!!! Designing a medicinal herb garden...

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