Surprised Fruit Trees

By Jannie Vaught Just last week I received notice that the fruit trees are available for purchase in local nursery’s. Already? I’m surprised simple due to the ever oppressive heat and no rain for so long. Yet it is time for fall tree panting and early purchase gets the good ones. Would I plant them…

The Personal Garden Library

By Jannie Vaught, With the intense heat and no rain every living thing is struggling to get through another day! The tomatoes are either done or the strong are actually slowly growing, with even a hint of ripening, they need consistent watering same amount same time everyday. Seems plants like consistency also! Yes, my fall…

Human Laboratory Rats

By Stephan Pisko, Think of this globe as 7.6 billion human laboratory rats’ experimenting expeditiously with hormone altering – mood messing – pain protruding illegal pharma substances’ made mainstream legal unknowingly realizing the horrific side effects’ of any of these crusted conglomerates’ for this is how the healthcare system is setup for you today initiating…

Ok, We Made It!

By Jannie Vaught Texas with its hot and steamy days. There aren’t many of us who just can’t seem to face another hot day. We start watering at dawn, weed and tend till were exhausted, rest, water ourselves and then attempt another go in the evening. And we have a month to go. Time to…

Pollinators Are High On The List This Season

    By Jannie Vaught     And for this gardener, it has been a high priority for building and growing habitat for them. Here’s what we all can do to help our pollinators survive and thrive. As you plan your gardens make sure there are many flowering plants that are blooming well into the…

Conscious Seeing

By Stephan Pisko Conscious seeing forms the personality and shapes the mind we are psychologically inputting experiences that create identity a supposition of who we are within a conscious state. The camera molds these experiences which in turn creates ‘creative fantasy’ from the ‘illusion’ we call reality. The mind is constantly mixing logical fact with…

The Mid-Shoulder Season

By Jannie Vaught, Planting in mid -season or shoulder season, generally there are 2 garden seasons, but if your are a gardener in a warmer climate with less frost or deep freezing the shoulder or mid-season are very productive. We have annual and perennial plants in our gardens. And many of the annuals are actually…

Cover Crops

By Jannie Vaught, Lets have a closer look at when, why and what to plant. Definition: A cover crop is a crop of a specific plant that is grown primarily for the benefit of soil other than crop yield. Cover crops are primarily used to suppress weeds, manage soil erosion, help build soil fertility and…

RU For Real?

  By Katerina Cozias RU for Real? That’s a darn good question. Who gets to decide if you are for real or not? And just what is “being real” all about? Well, being real means being your true unique self. It means being brave enough to let your true, authentic nature shine through – AT…