Salty Acres, specializes in locally grown flowers, small batch sea salt, foraged ocean greens, & specialty produce.Read More
As we move into the fall season and our summer bloomers start to fade, it is encouraging to know there are still quite a few choices for late color in our gardens.Read More
This article is somewhat late, but I believe it still has merit for this summer's gardeners.
As a child helping in my mom's veggie patch I never asked why some things were planted together. They just were.Read More
Looking back on a grey and chilly December 21st. Most of the shopping done and anticipation of the upcoming celebration is pushed out by the internal glee one feels when realizing the days are going to get longer. Gone … behind us … almost forgotten are those November days of darkness in the afternoon. Every day gets better as we march toward late June.Read More
Sitting in my garden enjoying the sunny day gives me a sense of contentment and one of pure panic. HELP! look at all that needs to be done. How will I ever manage?!
Ah, spring. Such a beguiling season here in the Pacific Northwest. After the gray and dim of the winter, I always rejoice in the pure delight of our first set of warm and brilliantly sunny days. It simply feels good, right?Read More
When thinking about the winter solstice celebration, I like to look at the symbolism of those plants from pre-Christian traditions.Read More
The crisp fall mornings and evenings are finally here. It is time for tidying up the garden and start planning for next year. I like to weed the beds and cut back the spent stems and branches.Read More
Sound may be the medicine of the future. Sound Therapy is a form of meditation using gongs and crystal bowls.Read More
My name isn't really Rose, the rambling part is true though. Having gardened for 65 years I've learned that whatever the tag on the plant says there are always exceptions.Read More