Easter has come and gone. Here in the Southeast, we had a deluge of rain which meant little to no planting on Good Friday. We are waiting on the soil to dry out some before attempting to get into the garden to begin planting. However, that does not stop one from getting ready for early […]

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In the southeastern United States, it is not uncommon to wait until Good Friday to plant one’s garden. This is a long standing tradition among many farmers and gardeners. Often, one would question the wisdom of planting on Good Friday as the last of the cold blasts of winter have not passed through the countryside. […]

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FALL PREPARATION FOR A GARDEN Introduction The Fall brings the opportunity to begin the collection of resources of materials for the preparation of the garden in the Spring.  Typically, one thinks of gardening having an opening date in the Spring; however, the work begins in the Fall with the collections of the raw materials provided […]

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