Category Archives: Indoor Gardening

Rustlers Nab My Peanut Crop

Last summer I was weeding a neglected part of the garden when I spotted a plant that looked like either wild indigo or sweet pea. I thought I’d let it grow in place until I could identify it, but later … Continue reading

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The Basement Annelid Project [1]

We have worms in our basement. A whole pound of them, merrily chomping away at chopped-up lettuce stems, banana skins, and apple cores. For years I’ve wanted a worm composter, but I never got organized enough to put one together, … Continue reading

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Bud in Bloom: Days 1 and 2

I had seriously considered taking Bud the Amaryllis with me on my road trip, but I had to pack for two seasons as it was, so I left him/her/it behind when I drove to Ohio last Friday. It was a … Continue reading

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Another Bud Update

I’m astounded to report that Bud has grown a full six inches since the previous photo session on March 11, now measuring 12.5 inches from its little pointy head to the point where it emerges from the bulb. I wish … Continue reading

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Categories + Tags ‚Ȇ 10

I learned a new word today from TimeThief’s most recent post :¬†spamdexing. It refers to the practice of boosting your page views by adding irrelevant categories and tags (keywords that help search engines index internet content) to your posts. Overdoing … Continue reading

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