"The garden as metaphor" Great book on creative writing!
3 Ways You Can Use Hydroponic Gardening This Spring
5 Super Tips on Organizing Seed Packets: a lovely, necessary chore
6--make that 7!--NATURAL ways to get rid of nasssty cabbage moths!!
7 excellent reasons to plant borage in your garden: and free seeds!
7 New Pepper Varieties from this year's garden that I love to the moon
A Fine Kettle of Turnip Greens: How to Freeze 'em, Already!
A happy list: January garden to-dos 🙂
A Tale of Two Sweet Potato Harvests
All shopping should be this fun
Another happy list: Gene's seed catalog list
Aronia Berry Infatuation
Back to Anne's "Back to Eden" Garden: Year Two
Best way to store turnips for winter & a fabulous roasted root recipe!
Better late than never: last kale harvest of the year
CHEAP and EASY Deer Fencing that actually WORKS!
Collards, the hot "new" superveg, and a greens recipe that you will crave!
Companion planting: your new best friend
Crucial onion growing update (for you, especially, Rose)
Don't forget the Dandelion: a cleansing, nutrient-rich herb
EASIEST way ever to get the sweet corn into the freezer
Edible flowers: why, how, what, and wheretofore!
End of the Hoop House Season Soup, tra-laaa!
Fall gardening: an unexpected pleasure *sigh* snatched from winter, as it were
Farm Tour 2: flooding, budding, digging, spring
February Sanity-Saving Tips: helpful during any cold month, actually
Flash-Freezing Splendid Bell Pepper Bounty: simplest way of all!
From Chinese Gooseberry to Kiwifruit: how it all happened
Garden Issues, Highs and Lows, & the obvious Doris Day connection
Garden tips I learned from the pros, Part 1: Weeds
Garden Tour: Anne's "Back to Eden" Garden Experiment
Gardening Puzzlements: this new weed will not break me . . .
GOT Squash Bugs in your garden? Eradicate these pests . . . naturally!
Harvest findings and whatnot . . . especially whatnot
Heirloom tomatoes in my garden: this year's favorites, so far
Heirloom tomatoes that I'll grow again next year
Heirloom tomatoes: new favorites this year, fall 2015
Herbicide Drift: Public Enemy #1 to your heirloom tomato plants
Hoop house poly-pulling part 1: It takes a village
Hoophouse Phase 7: planting and mulching and watering--at last!
HOW to grow potatoes in a tower--and why you should do it!
How to Store your Potato Crop so it Will Last the Longest!
Inside My Hoop House: take a peek!
Interview with my friend Gene
It's all about the garden: what's going on in April at our place
It's no-turning-back-awesome: a better way to plant onions!
It's time to plan your garden: here's some inspiration for you!
KALE--what's the big deal, anyway?
Learning to love TURNIPS and their ilk: delicious easy secret recipe!
Links I Love, January edition
Make the Only Tomato Cages You'll Ever Need, in Minutes!
Make your own seed-starting mix: it's soooo easy!
Make your own tomaisins today!
My 11 Very Favorite Heirloom Tomato Varieties (this year!)
My Garden in January
My garden, July 6
My garden, June 27
Planting Asparagus need not be dull: when the bees swarm
Quick and easy fix to keep Peter Rabbit from eating your cabbages
Raise the bar on your watering system with drip tape, and an amazing GIVEAWAY!
Return to Anne's "Back to Eden" garden: oh, the sweet potatoes!
Savvy Fall Gardening Tips, & Heirloom Seed Giveaway!
Shoots: better than sprouts and easier than pie
Six Lessons My Garden Taught Me This Year
So much to be thankful for, plus hoop house goodies
So much to look forward to . . .
So what's the big hairy deal about COMPOST, anyway??
The Benefits of Gardening and the 10 best crops to plant NOW!
The Best Way to Preserve Ginger Root, & Celebrations!
The Big Reveal: Dad's Potato Tower comes down
The Brassicas Conundrum and the fall garden surprise they hold
The New American Homesteaders: has the trend hit a peak?
The Nourishing Homestead, by Ben Hewitt: fun comes in threes!
the post INWHICH I reveal an exciting discovery about growing kale 🙂
The Prairie Homestead Guest Post:My New Favorite Garden Tools!
The Spring Miracle of Rhubarb, and Rhubarb-Walnut Muffin recipe . . .
To Thin or Not to Thin Your Garden Veg . . .That is the Question
What's going on at our place this April: so much sweetness!
What's going on in my garden in March; and why I'm happy to be home
What's happening in my hoop house the week before Christmas
Winter radishes: international veg of mystery
Wood chips are hot! Spreading the news with the Back to Eden film