Monthly Archives: March 2019

Sow There! Garden voyeurism – quick and not dirty, March 29, 2019

Garden voyeurism – quick and not dirty | Sow There! Previous   Camellias are beautiful when in full bloom. What a treat to have the blooming nearby, in someone else’s yard, where you can enjoy them without cleaning up. These … Continue reading

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Sow There! Racing to learn new greenhouse tricks March 22, 2019

Racing to learn new greenhouse tricks | Sow There! Earlier in the greenhouse adventures, my confidence in gardening grew each day. But a multitude of tiny sprouts can mean a big mistake if unzipping is delayed. (Photo by Heather Hacking) … Continue reading

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Early spring, celebrate now | Sow There! March 8, 2019

Spring rain on peach blossoms at the Patrick Ranch this week. (Heather Hacking — Contributed) By HEATHER HACKING | Columnist March 8, 2019  It’s spring. Almonds are in bloom. My farmer friend Samantha says late variety almonds should be at peak bloom … Continue reading

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Sow There!: Kid kindness brings daffodil days to gray days, March 1, 2019

The daffodils did not remain for very long in my classroom. Soon, our kindness helpers were headed for the halls to make joyful deliveries. (Heather Hacking — Enterprise-Record) By HEATHER HACKING | Columnist March 1, 2019  When I was first learning about … Continue reading

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