Tag Archives: Front Yard Garden

Welcome Summer

It’s hard to see the scale of what has happened to the garden but please keep in mind that is my 6 year old son standing there in front of the fava patch. The paths have disappeared, engulfed by perennial … Continue reading

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Losing More Lawn

As a family we have decided we don’t like lawn grass, my husband is allergic to it, I hate weeding it, my son doesn’t play on it and nobody likes mowing it, except our awesome new neighbour she started mowing … Continue reading

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Little Ones in the Garden

It was a spectacularly sunny winter day and although the ground was still frozen and large crystals of frost were everywhere my son announced “time to plant in the garden!” he had made an interesting somewhat fundamental connection, the sun … Continue reading

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Garden Negligence

Sorry garden I didn’t intentionally forget about you, I have just been preoccupied with the flu and extremely busy doing what I do for a living, that allows me to make the mortgage payments on your little plot each month, … Continue reading

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The Food Garden Today!

The Garden is just a mass of green right now, everything is breaching the pathways with runners, stems, leaves and tendrils. I can’t keep up with the weeds, the harvests are rolling, it’s finally summer and now I should probably … Continue reading

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Things Happening in the Garden Today

This is just a bit of an end of spring miscellaneous post, mostly and excuse to share some pretty pictures of what is going on right now in the garden. My thyme just broke out into flower, I wasn’t diligent … Continue reading

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My Asymmetrical Awkward Side Garden

I know it doesn’t look like much at the moment but I am hopeful it will grow in and fill up. This asymmetrical…triangular…trapazoidal garden is wedged between the house, driveway, front steps and what will one day be our patio. … Continue reading

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