A Peek At My Garden + OXO #SproutTime Giveaway

I am so happy to finally give you a little peek at my 2014 garden, the place where my husband and I have been working our butts off most weekends for the past few months.

garden lead photo

Here’s what it looked like earlier this spring…
March 21, 2013:

march garden 1

April 20, 2013:

april garden 1

april garden 2

The top photo in this post and the photos below show what it looks like this morning!
June 23, 2014:

garden in bloom 1

garden in bloom 2

garden in bloom 3

(Want to see what it looked like 5 years ago when we got started? Check out this post.)

Read more

Go Green- Plant a Garden

Having your own organic vegetable garden is immensely satisfying- it’s a great way to ensure high quality super-local produce for your family. It connects you to the earth and it’s good exercise, as well. Even if you have very little space where you live, you can still grow something-try organic vegetable gardening in containers or … Read more

Organic Garden Early August

Somehow a month has passed, so it’s time for my monthly organic vegetable garden update. Organic Garden Early August Highlights It continues to be an incredibly rainy summer. My vegetables would like more sun, I’m sure, but they seem to be happy enough. The cucumbers in particular, with their high water content, are growing very … Read more

Organic Garden Early July

It’s been about a month since I first posted about our new organic garden, so I thought I’d share some photos of my kitchen vegetable garden now that it’s early July. Despite the fact that the weather was terrible and it rained nearly everyday in June, my organic vegetable garden is growing very well. I … Read more

My New Organic Garden

For most weekends this Spring, my husband Dan and I have been working on an exciting project–our new organic garden. For the last few years, my vegetable gardening experience has mostly been limited to organic container gardening. Yet one of the reasons we bought our house was because of its gardening potential (we’ve got lots … Read more