Monthly Archives: March 2012

A Poem

In celebration of our upcoming planting on Sunday, some eloquent words by New England local, Robert Frost: PUTTING IN THE SEED You come to fetch me from my work to-night When supper’s on the table, and we’ll see If I … Continue reading

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“Of compost shall the Muse descend to sing”

To a gardener, compost is the stuff of dreams, but to those unfamiliar this pile of dirt holds many mysteries. In this post, I will try to break down compost (heh, get it?) into the basics. **** What is compost?  … Continue reading

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Work day

Hey everybody! Ivan, Liam, and I went down to the garden today to clean up a little bit. We discovered tulips, cilantro, and spinach all growing in the garden! We moved one of the cold frames onto one of the … Continue reading

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George Ellmore Shares Some Gardening Wisdom

Last Wednesday, Professor George Ellmore gave a wonderful talk about the life of plants, how and when to plant seeds, and his experiences as a gardener in Massachusetts. Continue reading

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