- Leslie Holzmann loves God and the world He has created for us. She currently gardens in Colorado and birds anywhere.
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We’ve all seen the hype— Put beer on your lawn for greener grass. Use Epsom salts for better blooms. Plant marigolds to keep the bugs away. But do these “special garden remedies” actually work, or are they a waste of … Continue reading
The past two years I’ve posted articles titled “Too Much Zucchini?” and “Too Much Zucchini 2.0.” It’s time for a couple more recipes calling for zucchini, something most gardeners have in abundance at this time of year. As I’ve said … Continue reading
Summer is ending. For the past month, my potted basil plants have been doing their best to flower. I know that if I let them go to seed, they would die, so I’ve been pinching off the buds. However, now … Continue reading
One of our daughters lives north of Seattle, where plants like to grow. She just called, all excited to tell me about her veggie garden. It seems that last year she planted six zucchini seeds, and none of them survived. … Continue reading
Are you growing zucchini in your garden? Are your plants… prolific? Do your neighbors hide when they see you coming? Do you sneak over at midnight to leave it on their porch? You might be showing signs of zucchini overabundance! … Continue reading