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Content tagged with “Barbara Ganley”

At the Market: It Looks Great, but It's not Organic...
When I travel, I seek out farmers' markets and food shops as much as museums and historic sites, hoping for the unique...
Late July Musing: Hanging onto Summer While Heading towards Fall
Yesterday the wind blew hot and surly across the tall field grasses. Today the dog days of midsummer pool around my...
Treasures in the Dirt: Root Crops
Every early morning I tour the gardens to see how everything fared through the night--did a resident deer or rabbit...
The Garden's Fullest Moment (or...Do We Have to Eat Beans and Tomatoes, Again, Tonight?)
This is the moment in the year I live for--when the garden spills over its edges--the winter squash running about the...
The Foolish Gardener: Learning the Hard Way… Again
I stopped growing corn a few years back. For good reason. It takes up precious garden real estate and inevitably...
A Gardener Prepares for Irene
My family jokes about how when my husband heads out on a trip, Mother Nature lets loose. An albino robin appears just...
As the Gardens Begins to Slow Down
Here in the western part of Vermont we missed the worst of the hurricane and so our gardens, while a bit wet, are still...
Putting the Garden to Bed
It's that time of year again--the end of tomato season in Vermont (unless you have a greenhouse), the end of the tender...
Oddities in the Garden, Wonders of the World
On a table in my house sits what most people, including my entire extended family, find quite bizarre, something they...
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