Friday, April 30, 2010
If you're like me, blink and the summer will be over. I want to make sure to plan for all kinds of great and fun things, including what kind of things we've got going in the garden, canning and preserving.
You can listen to my latest show, online here. (audio file fixed and available)
And here are some links that go along with the show and the things I talk about.
This deep magenta rose, as lovely as it is, is no longer behaving and is going to be taken out.
And these are the euphorbias I'm editing down.
Here is how we make strawberry freezer jam.
Pomona's Universal Pectin is a great solution for creating low or no sugar jam.
Yes, there really is a recipe for knotweed jam. Eat those invasives!
Here is my source in Seattle for tumbled glass, great for top dressing potted plants.
And here is a link to my favorite plant sale of the season: the Clackamas County Master Gardeners Spring Garden Fair.
And can I just say, thank you to the thousands of you (yes, I learned the number and it's thousands!) who are listening to my show live when it airs. If you have questions for me, or comments, I welcome them: please leave me a comment here. Also, next week I'm answering some great questions from a listener, but if you have a topic you'd like to hear more about, just let me know. Thank you so much!