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Snapshots From My Herb’n Homestead

April is now a happy memory and May is just beginning to show her colors. Spring this year has been an on-again-off-again adventure. Here in Fort Worth (and many other parts of the country) we have been dealing with temperature changes as much as 40-50 degrees from one day to another. It’s no wonder that

Starting Your Spring Garden

Spring has come a little early this year. I’m seeing signs all throughout my garden. The daffodils that poked through the soil in late January are nearing the end of their blooms. Neighborhood fruit trees are flowering. Even the songbirds have come back and are staking out their territories for this year’s nest. Just like

Now You See Me, Now You Don’t!

Things have been going quite well in my garden this spring. We’ve received several bouts of heavy rain, but not so much that there have been floods that would damage roots. In between bouts of weeding (a never-ending chore) I’ve been having fun watching the succession of spring flowers in my garden. First up were