Monthly Archive for: ‘May, 2014’

Garden Therapy Printable Calendar June 8x10

Summer Summer Summertime! June’s Calendar is Here!

It’s hard to believe that it is summer already. It feels like it was just winter and yet before my eyes the garden has bloomed and the last frost date has sailed past. It’s summer! Time for late night entertaining, sipping cool drinks, and cooking from the garden. Which brings me to the theme of this month’s free printable calendar: …

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Spotted Rhubarb And Leeks At The Farmers Market Medium

Spotted: Rhubarb and Leeks at the Market

The Farmer’s Markets are opening again for the year and that means lots and lots of rhubarb and leeks. While many gardeners have more of their fair share of these prolific growers, it’s a great indicator of what is to come: a season a fresh fruit and veg. We missed you and are happy to see you back at the …

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Spinach Blueberry And Blue Cheese Salad In A Mason Jar1

Spinach, Blueberry, and Blue Cheese Mason Jar Salad!

Imagine leaving the house each morning for work with a healthy and delicious lunch in tow—no morning prep required! Or toting salad to a picnic by tossing it in your backpack. Author of Mason Jar Salads and More: 50 Layered Lunches to Grab and Go, Julia Mirabella, joins us today to share her tips on assembling a mason jar salad, as well …

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Mini Iron Muffins For Babies

Baby Iron Muffins

These muffins are filled with lots of good stuff to get iron into your little one. They are sweetened with pureed dried apricots and blackstrap molasses, both which are high iron foods. Plus they are filled with oats, pumpkin, blueberries and other good stuff that will help get that iron into your baby. This recipe makes 12  mini muffins and 12 …

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DIY Gardeners Gift Set Sow Glad You Are Here

Good Neighbour Welcome Gift

If you live in a neighbourhood that has pretty gardens and you love to putter around with the plants, you’ve likely become friendly with your neighbours. Sharing plants and harvests are great benefits to having those who love gardening right next door. It’s also pretty fabulous when they can tend to a few things when you take your summer vacation. …

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Multi Level Strawberry Planter DIY Project

Multi-Level Strawberry Tower

I just finished reading Julie Bawden-Davis’ book, The Strawberry Story: How to grow great berries in the Northeast and now all I want to do is plant more strawberries! You may feel that way too after you see this fabulous three-tier strawberry tower she made out of some beautiful glazed pots. I’m going to tackle this project this weekend myself, it’s …

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