I didn’t get a chance to do much in the way of gardening this spring. First, every weekend for awhile there brought rain, and then I ended up having surgery requiring almost one month recovery time. Now that that’s over Continue reading Pruning the Roses!! #Hausandgarten
FINALLY — I am happy to announce the release of Wortcunning for Daemonolatry. It was long overdue. The problem being I kept finding more and more to add. I don’t know how to put the pen down and step away from Continue reading Wortcunning for Daemonolatry
It’s that time of year again. Another ominous blog title heralds that spring has sprung, I’ve taken an inventory of seeds, and my garden plans are underway. I usually have grand, overly-ambitious plans every year, and only about 1/3 of Continue reading 2015 Garden – The Plan
Overall today was a very productive writing day. I put down 1,000 on one book, 3,000 on another, and a scant but workable 1,000 on Lily. I’m getting some of these lingering projects that I’ve been working on forever off of my Continue reading I Love Productive Days
So finally, after several years of putting it off, my husband and I finally put up the greenhouse kit we bought several years ago for about $250 (with a coupon – Harbor Freight!). I’m rather excited about it. As a Continue reading Garden Goodness: It’s a Greenhouse!
So today I realized I hadn’t done a blog update on all the plants. Some plants are doing great, others are cranky with me. Let’s start with the veggies. The lettuce has all been eaten. Believe it or not, two Continue reading Planty Goodness
So I think it’s time for a winter garden update. First let’s talk about Dwight the Mandrake. I mentioned in another post earlier this month how my nephew was taking care of Dwight and how Dwight was looking awesome when Continue reading 2012 Winter Garden
As my backyard slowly makes its way into something slightly resembling the nature paradise in my imagination, I’m considering more design elements meaning to bring more wildlife into our space. I’ve never been one of those neat-tidy yard people. I Continue reading Birds, Bees, and Bats!
Hopefully my 2012 garden fairs better than my 2011 garden did. From Seed: Belladonna (this year aero start) Nightshade (this year aero start) Calamus (this year aero start) Lemon Balm (this year aero start) Mandrake (smaller pots + grow lamp) Tomatoes (aero start) Continue reading The 2012 Garden