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Mar 21

Getting Yourself & Your Garden in Shape for Spring

Spring equinox is March 20th around my part of the world and it’s coming up fast and furious. Now, I have to admit that doing my spring garden prep work was never a source of serious intestinal “knottage” in my earlier years. In fact it was a seasonal milestone that I really looked forward to…a sort of “back to school” feeling that everything was nothing but possibilities.

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Feb 8

The Cook’s Garden by HGEL Announces Family Harvest Day and Home Cook Box Subscriptions

Grow like the Pros because the Pros grow for you! The Cook’s Garden is now offering subscriptions to our new FAMILY HARVEST DAY PROGRAM. This is a guided “Pick your Own” harvesting weekly experience that includes a harvest tutorial from our farmers while you and your family harvest a bag of the greens of your choice that are growing in our Market Beds.

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Feb 8

HOW TO MANAGE SOIL AND YOUR EDIBLES AFTER A FLOOD OR HEAVY RAIN

Originally posted in 2011, I wanted to update and re-post this as California (and the country) deals with the wettest winter in years, ending years of drought. Our thoughts are with all who are in the areas of the state-wide wild fires that devastated the homes and communities of so many.  These areas are extremely […]

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Feb 7

What’s New at The Cook’s Garden Nursery? Here’s what…

What’s New at The Cook’s Garden Nursery? Here’s what…

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Feb 4

A Garden’s Language of Love

What makes a perfect Valentine’s Day? Many think it means material things given…a fine dinner, expensive jewelry, exotic perfume, a big box of chocolates. Really? I think all you and your love need do is spend some time in a garden. Well, ok…you can throw in the chocolates too.

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Dec 18

My Garden’s Gift to Me

My garden gifts me wonderful things all year long, but this year I think it sensed I needed a bit more…maybe a sign?

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Dec 17

Easy Chart on How to Use the Herbs from your Garden…and Spices Too!

I don’t know about you, but as much as I enjoy growing herbs I admit sometimes I can’t remember the best ways to use them in my kitchen! This chart from www.deliciousdeliveriesinc.com might help!

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Dec 17

HGEL’s List of Favorite Books For Gardeners…

An addiction to gardening is not all bad when you consider all the other choices in life.
quote / saying by Cora Lea Bell

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Dec 17

Our Better Angels and How to Support Them

There are so many ways you can help…with your time or donation. Just knowing that there are good people doing great things in your community can help inspire you.

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Nov 28

Your Garden’s Legacy: Seed Harvesting and Saving

Though I do not believe that a plant will spring up where no seed has
been, I have great faith in a seed. Convince me that you have a seed
there, and I am prepared to expect wonders.
– Henry David Thoreau

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