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Pak Choy Seedlings Bolted

It is pretty.  The nice yellows against a dark green cut with veins of white.  And yet it means that the Pak Choy (or Bok Choy as most Americans call it) is no longer tasty but has gone to seed … Continue reading

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Animal Control: Those Rascally Rabbits

They are cute.  They are cuddly.  They are eating everything in the garden. I had noticed a plant or two looking chewed by something bigger than the leaf cutter ants or the cabbage worms a few weeks ago.  It wasn’t … Continue reading

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On the Farm: A New Beginning

This is the garden after only a few months without a farmer.  It is quite easy to see how quickly mother nature can reclaim once beautifully cultivated land.  In the coming weeks and months, I, along with the help of … Continue reading

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