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So this spring we sold many different types of peppers, from Green Bells to Carolina Reapers. But one type of pepper we didn't have, black pepper. The types of peppers we have are from the … more
Reading the Democrat on Tuesday, I saw the headline about the tipping fees going up at the landfill. It's not a done deal yet, but that is just a formality at this point. The legislators already said … more
About a year ago, I wrote about lanternflies and emerald ash borers. Well I got a report this week that Roger Brucher from Fosterdale Equipment, caught a spotted lanternfly in Cochecton last week. … more
Inevitably, this time of year I will have customers come in worried that their pine trees are dying because they see some yellowing of the needles. Evergreens, like pine trees, change color in … more
Well the frost this week probably took care of the garden and most of the flowerbeds, but there is still plenty to harvest in late September and October. Cabbage, broccoli and brussel sprouts are … more
The cool nights are starting to change our summer season into the colors of fall, red, orange and Goldenrod. Ah yes, the bane of many people with seasonal allergies, Goldenrod is abloom throughout … more
Driving this past holiday weekend, my wife Vicki, commented on how much firewood is just sitting there in the woods along-side the road just rotting. We heat with wood all winter long, and she just … more
Now that we have made it to September it seems like there is a little fall in the air. The days are getting shorter, but it is still summer. The official start of Fall won't happen until September … more
After a crazy spring season that saw demand for vegetable and bedding plants soar, Bonnie plant company breaks ground on new headquarters. Bonnie Plants which has called Union Springs, Alabama, … more
After reading Hudson Cooper's column “Lettuce eat” last Friday in the Democrat, I had to respond to him opining about all the vegetable varieties and how it was so much simpler years ago. … more
Summertime, it is hazy, hot and humid, and as a result no one wants to do much gardening. I can't say that I blame them, it is not much fun having to work in this heat. But if you are lucky enough to … more
It was back in January that I first wrote about coronavirus. A lot has changed in seven months, the world has changed in seven months. Closed borders, stay at home orders, essential or non-essential … more
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