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By far my fave time of the year..  seeding season. I’m excited to test some new things for me this year, and awaiting a special package coming from Lebanon with even more organic varieties of veggies and herbs for this season. Plus even better news… baseball season officially begins next week. Yippee.

Seeding 20I9


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IMG_0057Well, it’s official… I finally finished up down at the farm for this year. It sort of killed me to pull the remaining zinnias, cosmos, and coneflowers. I’m going to miss having my vases filled with fresh  cut flowers 😦  for the next endless few months.


I suppose I always have mixed feelings around this time of year when I’m closing up everything for the season, but the memories of a fantastic growing season remain in my mind, and the trials and tribulations with this year moving to my new farm, even moreso! LOL But that part is behind me now… next years garlic beds and spinach bed good to go. This morning I buttoned it up, mulching  all in just harvested salt marsh hay– a final tilling and top dressed the rest of the fields with cow manure seaweed compost to work it’s magic over the winter.  I even spotted my buddy this morning briefly and wished him well, until next April.


Tomorrow, in the herb garden, the last of the rosemary, sage and thyme will be harvested for a few winter remedies that I like to keep on hand. All in all, a great season! Boy, thyme does go by….. winter well.


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One of the things I’ll miss in my garden, with the cooler days moving in…the daily shots!




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Perfect morn to harvest. Dry & sunny. For tonite’s cookout, grilled herb pork and chicken spiedini, skewered on Rosemary  stems. Happy Labor Day!




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Easy recipe alert! Some scrumptious goat cheese… on toasted baguette with some fresh basil pesto, roasted tomatoes will be what you are craving all season. Yum!


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