After a busy summer of vacations, BBQs, and garden care, it is fun to turn our attention to planting. Fall is a great time to plant perennials and many garden centers are busy refreshing their supply of perennial plants.
Beginning today and through the entire month of September, I’m going to share with you some excerpts that were taken from my autobiographical book, Growing Old in Newtown, that was written and published in 2015.
Pansies have long been a fall and winter garden favorite. These cheery flowers are sure to brighten landscapes and containers and add a smile to any occasion.
I was only 30 minutes away from embarking upon a journey to a hospital in the Queen City of Charlotte, North Carolina when the news came that there was no need in me coming.
I shared with you a few of the details from my experiences in the West African country of Ghana. I’m going to conclude today by sharing with you some of the eventful experiences that transpired.
By the time you read this column, I would have arrived back to my home in Dillon, South Carolina, U.S.A. I arrived in Accra, Ghana on July 26, 2022 at 2:25 p.m. (their time) that is exactly four hours ahead of our time.
Keep enjoying your homegrown herbs all year round. Harvest throughout the growing season and include them in garden-fresh meals. Then preserve a few for the winter ahead.
There was perhaps never a time in the history of our country and culture when there were so many dissenting opinions and views on so many issues of life.