Whatever your reason is for feeling moved to plant a vegetable garden in these times of turmoil, it’s a good idea. It is good to get out in the fresh air, get some exercise and any time spent in the garden can be therapeutic. All it takes is some effort and a few tips will help too.
As someone who has spent more than a fair amount of time studying mathematics, as we tabulate up all the incidences of the virus and all the deaths, it struck me that we can’t just accept all these conclusions. Why? Because in studying statistics you have to precisely specify the boundary conditions on the data sets.
With billions of dollars going to hard-up corporations like Boeing, Delta, United Airlines, etc., are doctors and nurses who risk their lives daily getting any bonuses? Only just keeping us from returning to Stone Age days.
April is always a busy month for gardeners, with a multitude of chores clamoring for our attention. In the case of our lawns, April is possibly the most critical month to get back on track. Here are some things to consider for a healthy and beautiful lawn…
Back when the virus just started its popular worldwide tour, I was driving home with my daughter after her preschool. I took a right at the 128th Street exit only to suddenly be hit with the sight of a few naked women (private parts and all!) parading for Women’s Rights on the sidewalk.
The German above translates to The Past and The Future. This week, rather than dwell on the misery we’re all living through, I thought I’d put on my long range glasses (the ones that can see into the past and into the future) and just blather on.
Mill Creek Garden Club is disappointed to announce the cancellation of our Mill Creek Garden Tour & Artisan Market 2020 scheduled for June 27th. We read the reports on the Corona Virus, listened to our garden owners, checked with our volunteers, and we just could not chance putting our community at risk.