Author: Kurt Fromherz

I am writing this email to you on Election Day. The rain is falling (again) and I am considering building an ark to get through the next few months. I am in a very pensive "A Wish for Peace" A perfect Election Day sentiment  and  a lovely gift mood as...

It's that time of year again. Halloween is here, daylight savings time ends this weekend, our fall foliage has peaked. Leaves carpet the ground and we are all  Don't cut your entire garden down. Leave some of the seed pods for the birds. planting like crazy, trying...

What a difference a week makes! Last Thursday our Facebook Live was all about "life after 32 degrees". Well, I should have called it "life after 29 degrees" as that is how cold it got that night! I went straight from picking green beans and...

If you listen to the weather forecast this week, you will find that the focus is on the possibility of frost. Don't fear, this does NOT mean the garden season is over. The One year later, and this perennial mum has gotten huge! Plant NOW for...

We are living in a complicated world. I keep trying to swear off listening or watching the news. I try to maintain balance by either regularly walking in my garden with my cat Buddy, or working in a garden or...

What an absolutely PERFECT Indian Summer week and weekend we have coming up. There has never been a better year to plant in your garden or work on your organic lawn. The soil is saturated. The sun will be shining, the days will be in...

The last weekend of September is upon us, and in our neck of the woods it is known as "Fair Week". I love the fact that the entire town of Durham pitches in to put on this four day event. The schools are even closed...

Despite the warm, humid weather we have been having, we officially welcome the first day of fall on Sunday, September 23rd. To celebrate, we will be OPEN SUNDAYS for the rest of the year from 10-4. This Sunday is VERY special for a few other reasons....

Let me let you in on a little secret. Fall gardens are the best. We have just survived heat waves and monsoons and all kinds of extreme weather patterns. The ground is deeply saturated, a rare occurrence in mid-September compared to years past. The nights are...

It is the time of year for the boss to take a break and I (Diane) am here to write this weeks email. It definitely still is summer, however there are SO MANY new things arriving for fall. We got in one of our huge...