First Salad from this year's garden

Tonight’s dinner included the first salad that was totally harvested from our yard.

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Josef Lemper Hellebore

Helleborus 'Josef Lemper'

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Arboretum at UC Davis

The University of California at Davis has a beautiful, 100-acre arboretum that is free […]

Twinleaf

Jeffersonia diphylla

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Clos Pegase

Napa Valley is wonderful to visit for the food and wine. Scenic views and interesting gardens are also abundant. This view was perhaps lovelier because of the rainy day.

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2nd Annual Plant Sale – May 29

May 29, 2010 – 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

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Spring Flowers

The forsythia is blooming, along with the squill and early daffodils. It’s time to finish any yard and garden cleanup, and think about preventing weeds.

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Looking on the Bright Side

The March rains and flooding gave us a difficult start to Spring. Flooding and closed roads are still a problem for many. I had a positive thought about this mess: rebuilding, repairing and cleaning up will keep many workers busy for a long time. Let’s hope this is good news for our local economy.

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Organic Gardening Presentation

I will give a short talk on Organic Gardening, as part of a panel presentation from 5 – 5:30 on April 7, 2010. This presentation is part of Community Chiropractic’s special “Grow a Better You” program. For more information, or to sign up for this event, call 978-448-9355 or visit http://www.itsforyourlife.com