Monthly Archives: October 2018

Sow There! Math and other reasons to grow out of season, Oct. 19, 2018

Previous Sugar snap pea seedlings rise above the soil. (Heather Hacking — Contributed photo) By HEATHER HACKING | PUBLISHED: October 19, 2018 If you have children or grandchildren, please help them grow sugar snap peas. You can fill a paper bag with hundreds … Continue reading

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Sow There!: Second life for Vinca and a hormone recipe, Oct. 12, 2018

Previous Next 1 of 2 The faux half wine barrel overflowrs with flowers. I love that the plant is mostly white, with one little corner with pink flowers. (Heather Hacking — Contributed photo) By HEATHER HACKING | PUBLISHED: October 12, 2018 Once upon a time … Continue reading

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Sow There!: Making a tally of things that went right, Oct. 5, 2018

Harlequin bugs float at the surface of soapy water. The pesky invaders devastated the kale in the garden. (Heather Hacking — Contributed photo) By HEATHER HACKING | PUBLISHED: October 5, 2018  Fall is a time of deep (and sometimes trivial) reflection. These days … Continue reading

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