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Fall Harvest

As fall commences with still no frost, the air becomes luminous from the changing colors, and the hills themselves become models for new old works by Constable. He must have done all his painting in October. The garden is a … Continue reading

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THE JOURNEY TO a far country is come and gone, and I’m back to a quiet office, with the little bidgets and squeaks of activity at our two desks almost muffled by the deep freeze in the hall that guards … 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

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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

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Misc. Thoughts

Well, apart from the armadillo who’s been uprooting onions and doing a kind of bizarre Okra-tipping, and the blister beetles who would like to eat everything but are being discouraged by Safer’s Soap and loud radio music, it’s been a … Continue reading

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Garden Update

A note from Sarah on the garden’s progress.  She promises new photos soon. “The garden is reaching out toward peak production. The tomatoes are starting to ripen, okra is putting on, peppers are loaded, eggplant is blooming (it’s the second … Continue reading

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