Photo by Tina NegusThe Memorial Day Organization tells us that Memorial Day, originally called Decoration Day, is a day of remembrance for those who have died in our nation's service. Memorial Day was officially proclaimed on 5 May 1868 by General John Logan, national commander of the Grand Army of
The “Compost Your Enemies” T-shirt is getting around.
My friends Kurt and Holly wore theirs to the zoo:
Harambe would approve.
Danny writes “I am proud of my choice in papel de bano, and will stand by it to the end”
Danny’s other hobbies include permaculture and trolling literal thinkers YouTube:
Danny also reports:
Hello, and welcome to Tendrils. There was worrying news, last week, that the Svalbard seed bank had been flooded due to unexpected melting of the permafrost – a direct result of climate change. What actually happened was more of a damp squib. Record rainfall last year seeped into the hallway,
Do you keep on seeing thistle in your garden? Did you know that they are the most stubborn type of weed? Get to know how to kill thistle by reading the information written below. Thistles can be uncontrollable especially if you don’t get to catch them at an early phase.
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There is no question that gardening can be an enjoyable experience. Carefully planting and caring for your lawn, plants, trees and even vegetables
Last week I told you why you should get Gardening When it Counts by Steve Solomon.
This week, we’ll cover a book by another one of my mentors – a man I’m also lucky enough to call a friend.
Let’s face the dirty truth: gardening books are often boring. And good gardening
Are you wondering on why the leaves of your cucumber are turning yellow? Did you know that there are numerous reasons as to why cucumber leaves turning yellow? Find out these reasons and know how they can be prevented by the information below. Cucumbers are one of the most abundant
Cilantro is my all-time favorite herb, probably because I grew up in South America eating mass quantities of it. This past winter, when I was looking through the Johnny’s Seeds catalog, I noticed there were a few different varieties. Generally, I grow ‘Slo-Bolt’ cilantro. I have noticed when I purchase
I’m so close to getting all the seedlings planted. This past week I managed to get all the peppers and tomatoes in. They are filling out the side of the garden that was a cutting garden last summer. The soil hasn’t been improved as much as it has in the
D & S report success gardening in Jacksonville with some of my favorite crops and methods:
“Thought I’d send you a few pictures from our yard of what is growing now here in Jacksonville. Close to your old neck in the woods. I’ve taken a lot of good information you’ve provided