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Cam Flaherty here. In New England, weeds are popping up as fast as the leaves are unfurling, now that freezing temperatures are in our past and the days are long and sunny. I like to keep on top of weeds. … Continue reading
Cam Flaherty here. By popular request, we’re talking plants in your garden you definitely do not want to eat. Or, if you’re a mystery writer, the ones you might want to slip into your victim’s tea. One of my author … Continue reading
Cam Flaherty, here. It’s New England, it’s April, and the ground is still half frozen. You didn’t get the peas planted on St. Patrick’s Day and you can’t for a while yet. Working wet soil destroys its natural structure and … Continue reading
Cam Flaherty here. Not too many growing tips in this shoulder gardening season (okay, a little north of my farm they call it Mud Season), so I’m soliciting some from you. My author, Edith, just got back from a mystery fan … Continue reading
Cam Flaherty here. It’s tempting at this time of year to peruse the seed catalogs, either the ones that come in the mail or online. Big box stores already have their garden sections in full gear, showcasing petunias, wheelbarrows, weedkiller. … Continue reading