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Gardening in the North Woods

Hi Guys! The snow still has not melted (because it’s a total jerk), but typically this would time of year would be the beginning of the gardening season. Not only am I excited to get into my garden at home in Minneapolis, but this will mark the first season of gardening in the North Woods of West Wisco... READ MORE
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in gardening, Outdoor, The Cabin

Make this Starburst Trellis

I’ve got instructions to share today, so that you can recreate a starburst trellis for your garden, garage or side of your house! I had always known that I wanted to run planter boxes along the base of the garage, and after mulling it over it occurred to me that adding a very large trellis might be the exact thing we needed to minimize that eye sore of a garage! READ MORE
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in DIY, gardening, How-To, Outdoor

My June Garden

Backyard Okay budz! This is late, but a very true and accurate post. I took these garden pics at the end of June and have been sitting on them for two weeks. Things continue to be C R A Z Y ! in our summer life. I am trying to be as zen as possible about the purchasing of the cabin, but we are coming down to the final two weeks and there is so much to do and organize. READ MORE
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My May Garden

Ruby Tears Crab Apple I know, I know! It's June 7th, and here I am with my May Garden post. Believe me when I say, that I have taken all of these photos throughout the month of May, no June pics included here :). It's always mind blowing how much can change can happen in just one month - seriously not only in the garden but in life too, ya know! The garden was barely popping READ MORE
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Adding Color to my Garden

If you're familiar with the blog, you might recognize the garden picture below. This is the most sloppy garden in our backyard - there's always one that you kinda neglect. I've been slowly filling in the base of the garden with "leftover" perennials for the last few years - by leftover I mean things that I have divided and stuck in here all willy-nilly-like. There are a lot of Hostas, a few READ MORE
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