Who wants to show off their little darlings to the world? If you or your family have photos as cute as this one of 4-month-old Zoey Bailey of Wenatchee checking out the front page of The Wenatchee World in September 2008, then send them in.
We all know that fashion is ephemeral. Do you remember that because President Kennedy did not wear a hat, men’s hats went out of fashion? In the late 1980s, did you have an interior design dominated by dusty pink and pale blue?
Is your garden shed bulging with mediocre tools? Most likely we all have many and hopefully a few winners scattered among them. Those winners do wonders for easing garden projects, and here are some that might work for you. They come recommended by four local Master Gardeners.
As I sit here writing this, I am looking at no less than seven different seed catalogs that have come in the mail during the month of December. For me, January is seed-purchasing time. Sometimes the terminology that describes seed can be confusing to a new gardener, especially one lacking a bachelor of science degree. Here are some simple definitions for common terms used in most catalogs to describe the breeding of the seed or its heritage. This can be of importance when choosing seed best suited to your needs.