We had a nice long winter, down here in Texas, that had enough chill hours for my fruit trees. Unfortunately, our bee population this early in the spring is pretty sparse. I had some hardships that made it impossible to get out and pollinate my pear tree. After I watched all of the small fruit … Continue reading Be The Bee! How And When Hand Pollinating Makes Sense.
I survived a pulmonary embolism. I am one of the lucky 2/3 of people who lived through their PE. Join me in my story of recovery.
This is the fourth and final installment of my beginner gardening tutorial. For this class I decided to list some of my favorite books and growing aides. The book list is by no means exhaustive but I have some that have truly helped me form the backbone of my gardening approach. I am not affiliated … Continue reading Beginning Gardener: Class 4-Walking You Through What You Need To Know
I would bet that most gardeners have a list of a few things that they do, out of habit, that are counterproductive. For me it's gardening without gloves or long sleeves. I almost never wear gloves or long sleeves. I love to work the soil with my hands, I weed bare handed and I harvest … Continue reading Curing An Extra Itchy Case Of The Gardening Stupids
Every once in a while I end up on Pinterest. I don't do it often because it's like going to an all you can eat buffet: I think I can eat (or do) way more than reality will allow me to. On one of my visits to Pinterest I saw some melted pony bead crafts … Continue reading Melted Perler Bead and Pony Bead Craft Projects
How to: Enjoy an indoor rabbit... Hahaha. No. He stinks, will live up to 18 years, digs up the carpet in the corners and kicks out rabbit poo all over the floor from his cage. Unfortunately, (for me anyway) it gets way too hot to cage a rabbit outdoors down here. (There are ways to … Continue reading A How To: On Animals and Life