Seeds are one of the most precious gifts...One tiny package full of life just waiting to develop given the proper nourishment andenvironment...Sound familiar? Life.Two weeks ago, I planted radish, lettuce, carrots and beets in the home garden. Withthe combo of rain and a touch of warmth, theyare ... Read More about GROW!
SPROUTS! look closely...I've known for some time that persistence pays off, but I was becoming impatient with my tomato seed project.Last week I planted these tomato seeds in egg cartons& placed on dining room table:* Mortgage Lifter* Marianna's Peace* Sugar Lump* Marisol Pinkall purchased from ... Read More about Dining Room Drama!
It seems unbelievable, but spring is right around the corner. Even though there's a chanceof snow, it's still time to prepare the garden...Here is a list for you.Clean out hummingbird feeders, they'll be here soon. Pre-emergent herbicide for lawnFertilize fruit treesDON'T MURDER YOUR CREPE ... Read More about March To Do’s
FLIP THE BIRDSPlease see response below from GCGAState Legislative/Governmental AffairsChairman, Mary Lovings I've now received four emails from those receiving legislative messages about Flip the Birds and will respond. An Augusta owner of a chain of restaurants specializing in serving chicken, ... Read More about Garden Clubs of GA response
Spring fever is imminent, so get ready.We will probably freeze again, so be careful! Tomato plants are in the stores, but they don't like cold weather...Here are some things to do this month:* plan your veggie garden...count on planting foods you buy at the store...create a mini farm in your ... Read More about Garden City February To-Do’s