Monthly Archives: May 2020

Sow There!The middle of the neighborhood nest May 22. 2020

An overload of poppies in my yard can be linked back to the inspiration of my neighbor Bob, who may not have planted poppies, but allowed them to thrive year-after-year. (Heather Hacking — Contributed) By HEATHER HACKING | Columnist May 22, 2020 … Continue reading

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Sow There! Enough with the home improvement, already, 5-16-2020

  Heather Hacking — Contributed Magnolia Gift and Garden, with enough plants to fill a new planter box. By HEATHER HACKING | Columnist May 15, 2020 at 1:45 a.m. Gardens in my neighborhood really are more beautiful than usual, and that’s not … Continue reading

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Sow There! Tackling neglected tasks, one mound at a time. May 8, 2020

Moving a pile of mulch is a “beast” of a task. (Heather Hacking — Contributed) By HEATHER HACKING | Columnist May 8, 2020  Is that light? At the end of the tunnel? Will there be a day, maybe someday soon, when men … Continue reading

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Sow There! Secret things we do during Great Seclusion, May 1, 2020

The edible wild garlic, also known as three-cornered leek and the Latin name Allium vineale. (Heather Hacking – Contributed) By HEATHER HACKING | Columnist May 1, 2020  With certainly, I can’t be the only socially-distanced, questionably-sane coronavirus avoider doing some wacky things … Continue reading

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