Author: Connie at Weeds to Wild

  • Harvesting Green Tomatoes

    Harvesting Green Tomatoes

    It’s that sad time of year when its darker and darker in the mornings and evenings. Lows at night are dipping into the 40s. Despite our best efforts we turn on the heat. There are so many things to do in the veggie garden to wrap it up for the year. One of my least […]

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  • Saying Goodbye to My Garden

    One of the many giant clumps of beebalm in the backyard- doubled in size at least from last year. After six years in this garden, we are moving.  We bought a house a few blocks down the street from our current condo and will be moving next week.  I am supremely excited for the opportunity […]

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  • Wildlife and Pollinator-Friendly Fall Garden Checklist

    There are a lot of articles and lists around this time of year outlining what you need to do to make a healthy garden.  A whole heap of chores.  So much raking and pulling and hauling and tidying.  Tidying for who?  Your backyard winter parties?  Santa? I’m going to tell you to stop tidying up […]

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  • Prep Your Vegetable Garden For Fall

    Welp we did it.  Most of us are pretty much done the gardening season.  Sure we can look forward to cool season crops, but the wild abundance of summer is gone.  For me, in zone 5b New England the cooling nights for sure takes a toll, but in my urban garden surrounded by other folks’ […]

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