September Gardening Check List

September is one of the busiest months of the year for our garden. Fruit and vegetables mature, heat intensifies, canning equipment comes out, and we prepare for all of the food preservation that will soon come our way. Let’s take a look at whats on my September Gardening Check List! I am sharing monthly garden... Continue Reading →

July Gardening Check List

July is one of the slowest months of the year for our garden. The plants grow, rains grow fewer, weeds slow a bit, heat intensifies, and we prepare for the coming harvest. Summer is fully upon us! Let's take a look at whats on my July Gardening Check List! I am sharing monthly garden to-do... Continue Reading →

Lovely Springtime Quotes

Blossoms slowly open all along tree branches. Tulips and daffodils don bright shades of color. Grass grows taller under our feet. New calves fill the greening pastures. Life sprouts all around us. Let's put some lovely words to this lovely time of the year, shall we? I've compiled a list of Lovely Springtime Quotes just... Continue Reading →

April Gardening Check List

April is one of my favorite months of the year. The grass greens, flowers begin to bloom, the days warm, and signs of life pop up all around! Winter comes to and end and spring is upon us. Let’s take a look at whats on my April Gardening Check List! I am sharing monthly garden... Continue Reading →

March Gardening Check List

March is one of my least favorite months of the year. Not much is growing at this time of year except for my indoor seed starts. The smell of fresh soil and tiny green shoots give me hope that spring is on the way! Caring for indoor seedlings is the main task on my March... Continue Reading →

January Gardening Check List

January is a frigid month in the Midwest. Not much is growing at this time of year and it's too early to start seeds indoors. That doesn't necessarily mean that my gardening to-do list is completely empty though. The bulk of planning for this year's garden happens in January. I am sharing monthly garden to-do... Continue Reading →

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