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These Ozark Hills – July 2016
This is Marideth Sisco for These Ozarks Hills. I’ve just come in from the garden where I finally, with help, evicted the last of the weeds where my cucumbers, beans and winter squash should already be in and growing up … Continue reading
Posted in gardening, These Ozark Hills Tagged ozark garden, soil microbes, These Ozark Hills, tomato varieties, weeding the garden 3 Comments
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Posted in Butterfield Mercantile, Crosspatch, gardening Tagged cranky woman, garden politics, gardening, ozark garden, rocky gardening, self publish 2 Comments
These Ozark Hills; September 2015
This is Marideth Sisco for These Ozark Hills. We here in the hills have been asked recently to do what most of the folks routinely have had to do in other parts of the world, that is, to adapt gracefully … Continue reading
Posted in gardening, These Ozark Hills Tagged California farming, climate change, drought, flexibility, ingenuity, natural resources, Ozarks 2 Comments
These Ozark Hills, March 2015
This is Marideth Sisco for These Ozarks Hills. Living in the Ozarks, it pays to be weather wise. We expect March to come in like a lion, and this March has proved no different. I’ve not been out but three … Continue reading
Posted in gardening, radio show Tagged Butterfield, good and plenty, mo, Ozark living, radio show, spring garden, stocking up Leave a comment
These Ozark Hills – September 5, 2014
This is Marideth Sisco for These Ozarks Hills, asking: How big is a garden? A silly and unanswerable question, and sounds like those old jabberwocky jokes that passed through in the 60s, like “what’s the difference between a duck? Answer: … Continue reading
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This Years Garden
This year has found a new garden space and Marideth & Sarah gardening in the dirt. Long time fans of raised beds but quickly running out of time to plant, we resorted to old fashion rows right on the ground. … Continue reading
Posted in gardening Tagged gardening, marideth sisco, Ozarks, peppers, roma tomatoes, salsa, volunteer garden 2 Comments
These Ozark Hills, 8-2012
This is Marideth Sisco for These Ozarks Hills. Since early spring, I’ve been spending lots of time out in the garden, and I thank you all for your patience while I’ve blabbed on about it. Every day amazes me, for … Continue reading
Posted in gardening, radio show Tagged family, gardening, language, marideth sisco, neighbors, Ozarks, right handed, semantics 6 Comments