This is probably a dumb question... I bought 2 of these a long time ago. They were labeled "Sweet Potato" although the flesh is white, skin light tan and they taste more like a potato with a sweet…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Heather Green Jun 5, 2014.
Hi there,Does anyone know someone that can install a simple grey water system for me. I would like to start with my washing machine, but I want it done right, as I rigged something myself with my old…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Ericka Apr 30, 2014.
One of my neighbors mentioned to me today that there was a segment on the morning news show in Phoenix, talking about how growing vegetable gardens in your front yard was against city ordinance. She…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Heather Green Apr 6, 2014.
I posted awhile ago about how I don't kill ants- nope, I don't do it! And I try not to use the word, "should" because my mother always taught me the world of "shoulds" is a world of judgement, but I'll make an exception and say you shouldn't kill ants either- or any insect for that matter- unless it's a cockroach inside your house- then I understand.
I watched this documentary last night, and I have gained yet even more respect for these fascinating creatures, and while I was aware of…Continue
Posted on May 27, 2014 at 8:40am — 7 Comments
I never thought it could happen to me...
We spend our time often observing insects, climatic changes or geek out with soil tests and moisture meters in an attempt to diagnose garden problems, but until you pull a plant up- you probably will not know root knot nematodes are the culprit.…Continue
Posted on March 20, 2014 at 11:00am — 5 Comments
I call it Lee Lee grass, because thanks to Lee Lee's Market, I can now grow my own lemon grass year round. I started this lovely plant with 2 left over lemongrass stalks I purchased at Lee's Lee's. It's an easy and thrifty plant to get started. Just sprout the stalks in a jar of water. I left mine in a North Facing…
Posted on February 21, 2014 at 8:00pm — 4 Comments