Category: Springtime In the Great High and Dry

  • Oh the water…

    I haven’t done a video in so long. Please LIKE it if you really do. Helps me keep my Channel. But this spring has been good to us. So I thought maybe my simple water management system might be a good subject. Thank you so much! Part One. https://youtu.be/OHSqE4VSOug

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  • Asparagus Omelette / Rhubarb Crumble

    Asparagus Omelette / Rhubarb Crumble

    Early spring, pending snow, and the tips of the asparagus are just breaking through…

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  • Special Order Plant for 2022: Elderberry

    Special Order Plant for 2022: Elderberry

    Special Order Plant for 2022:  Elderberry ** How Do We Love Thee! : Wine, Jams, Pies, Pancake Syrup, and Floral Spring Teas: The flavors and healing properties, the form and texture of the leaves and the fragile umbrellas of white to creamy flowers – I have several plants in my gardens: native North American, Samdal […]

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  • Dreaming, Planning…

  • Redemption

    My heroine & guruette:Alicia Bay Laurel #AliciaBayLaurel . In 1970 she wrote the handwritten, hand-drawn Living On The Earth. In recently re-reading it I became very unhappy with myself. So today I sought redemption. I split Russian olive firewood. I had forgotten the Zen of wood chopping, hurt my shoulder, regrouped and finished in the […]

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  • Tiny Dragon Faces To Feed Us

    Tiny Dragon Faces To Feed Us

    …hard-working hands fed by tiny dragon faced flowers…a new legume grown on its terms…

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  • All Together Now: Free Remote Consults

    All Together Now: Free Remote Consults

    All Together Now: Free Remote Consults Beginning March 30 Text, Email or Messenger & Get Discounts Every spring I get texts (got one today!!), emails and phone calls with questions on plants, gardens, water, soil and design projects. Starting March 30, 2020 I will be taking questions and brainstorming by text, email, Facebook Messenger or […]

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  • The Earth Abides Series 2020: Asparagus Care & Feeding in Central Wyoming

    The Earth Abides Series 2020: Asparagus Care & Feeding in Central Wyoming

      Duck egg / asparagus / mushroom / mozzarella scramble last night. It was the last of the 2019 frozen asparagus; the duck eggs were fresh. (I’m getting a dozen every couple days and sharing them with my neighbor.) The ducks are presently cultivating the Meditation Garden, the little vineyard and the the Ribes Patch […]

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  • The Earth Abides Series: Health in Your Hands

    The Earth Abides Series: Health in Your Hands

      Between heavy, wet spring snow, monsoonal downpours and temperatures changing 40 degrees in a matter of hours, there are many things to be done outside. This is your Un-COVID source of calming, productive, earthy exercise and information. This was an easy project, although there is a little more securing to be done before the […]

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