Harvested Spinach, Planted Flowering Trees and Poppies and Good News!!

Beautiful and flavorful spinach was harvested today. Our first harvest resulted in a Spinach and Feta Matzoh Pie. I found the recipe from http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/recipe/spinach-and-feta-matzoh-pie


Redbud, Rose of Sharon and a Tulip Tree were planted on the east side  of our property. In particular, the Rose of Sharon will invite more Hummingbirds, which we enjoy.

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Good News! Mrs. Robin has returned to her nest. Now there are four eggs.

Robin Nest

A Little Bit of This and That!

It is amazing how fast perennials pop up! Check out the Bluebells and the Bleeding Hearts!


I found this robin’s nest in the shed. MaMa robin put it in a bad place. Her nest was down too low. Now she is gone!!


I have been waiting for this day since last summer. Fresh asparagus to graze! Yum yum!!!


No Wasted Space.

I have flower boxes on the back porch. The flowers will go in later. Meanwhile, rather than letting the boxes go empty, I planted arugula and kale (The seedlings are three weeks old). The cool weather is a plus for greens and the plants are attractive.

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2015 Texas Master Gardener’s Conference April 16 – 18

I will be attending and presenting at the 2015 Texas Master Gardener’s Conference in Belton, Texas. I will be representing Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Company. My presentation will be “Saving Heirloom Seed”.  During the conference, take time to visit the Baker Creek booth. I would be happy to greet you and offer free seed and catalogs. The links below supply the location, schedule and speakers.




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