Month: September 2018

Best Recipe for Zucchini - Carla's Calabacitas

Best Recipe for Zucchini – Carla’s Calabacitas

Best recipe for zucchini – Carla’s Calabacitas Too much zucchini on your hands? No such thing with this recipe. “Calabacitas” means “little zucchini” in Spanish. This dish is tasty and comes together quickly. Use it as a side dish, a taco filling, or add chicken or pork to make it a meal.  I first had […] Read more…

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Garden Hacks: 9 Simple Tips for the Garden #gardening #howtogarden #gardenhacks

Garden Hacks: 9 Simple Tips for the Garden

Garden Hacks: 9 Simple Tips for the Garden It is important to make the most of your time in the garden. These ‘garden hacks’ will make your soil and plants happier and healthier in less time. Disclaimer: this post contains affiliate links. See my disclosure policy for more information. Garden Hack #1: The best way to use […] Read more…

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Arizona Garden in September #gardening #garden #arizonagarden

Arizona Garden in September

Low Desert Arizona garden in September What grows in low desert Arizona gardens in September? I’ll show you. All of these pictures come from my garden in Mesa, Arizona.  September! We’ve almost made it through the long hot summer. The good news – lots to plant this month in the garden. The bad news – […] Read more…

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How to grow artichokes - 5 tips for growing artichokes #gardening #artichoke #arizonagardening

How to Grow Artichokes

At first glance, an artichoke is an intimidating vegetable to grow and eat, but once you peel away the bracts and reveal the heart of the artichoke, it is delicious to eat and simple to grow. The artichoke that we love to eat, is actually the edible flower bud of a native Mediterranean thistle-like plant. […] Read more…

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How to grow garlic in Arizona - growing garlic in Arizona - #arizonagardening #garlic #garden #howtogarden

How to Grow Garlic in Arizona

Guest post by Ayshica Andrews How to grow garlic in Arizona The summer months are challenging for desert gardeners – the ridiculously hot days seem to go on forever, and we get antsy in anticipation of Fall and planning our Fall gardens. This, however, is the perfect time to research new things you want to grow […] Read more…

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Inspiring Gardener: Nicole Burke of Rooted Garden #gardeninspiriation #whyilandscape #rootedgarden #gardener

Inspiring Gardener: Nicole Burke of Rooted Garden

Inspiring Gardener: Nicole Burke of Rooted Garden I first connected with Nicole Burke on Instagram. Her positive energy is contagious. She is passionate about gardening and helping others learn to garden. Nicole’s social media following and influence have grown as that positive energy gives others the confidence to start their own garden.  Nicole Burke’s company […] Read more…

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