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Location:  Bethlehem, NH

Day Job:  Proffesional Interior Seamtress and Upholsterery

The Digs:  Backyard, Containers, Front yard

Crops:  Basil, Bell Peppers, Blackberries, Blueberries, Celery, Chile Peppers, Cucumbers, Garlic, Green beans, Jalepeno Peppers, Kale, Lavender, Lettuce, Mint, Oregano, Potatoes, Raspberries, Rosemary, Spinach, Squash, Sugar Snap Peas, Thyme, Tomatoes, leeks, onions,radishes,tarragon,4 kinds of sage,catmint,parsley,bull thistle for the bees ;-)),eggplant.

Animals:  Bees, cats to hunt the rodents and keep them from eating the greens lol

Why I'm Getting Dirty:  Gardening is awesome therapy as well as providing needed food, getting my hands dirty is what i do best!


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  • Posted by: Wong88 on December 18th, 2015 at 12:57 pm

    Best Wishes to the Farmer of the Day!

  • Posted by: City Girl Garden on July 29th, 2011 at 05:34 pm

    Congrats on being named Farmer of the Day! Happy Gardening!

  • Posted by: Chris D on July 29th, 2011 at 11:51 am

    Congratulations!I voted for you yesterday!

  • Posted by: brittley47 on July 29th, 2011 at 10:13 am


  • Posted by: Shellie on July 29th, 2011 at 09:35 am

    congratulations on farmer of the day!

  • Posted by: Nebraska Dave on July 29th, 2011 at 05:17 am

    Congrats on being farmer of the day.

    That's quite some cucumber in your picture.

    Have a great farmer of the day.

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  • Posted by: Nebraska Dave on April 20th, 2011 at 05:27 am

    I hope your spring gardening is going well.

    Have a great day in the garden.

  • Posted by: Nebraska Dave on February 21st, 2011 at 06:49 am

    KatsGarden, Things around the urban ranch have been a little busy the last couple weeks. For a week I helped some friends with electrical wiring for some ceiling lights. We removed three fluorescent lights and replaced them with 15 can lights. We split a circuit off an existing circuit to a circuit of its own and wired in a new circuit as well. It did turn out really well.

    The weather here has all the signs of spring but our frost free date for this area is May 15th. I don't know about the tulips and daffodils being up already. I tried to convince them it wasn't time to be waking up but they just gave me the silent treatment. We had a warm week last week which melted all the snow and started the spring thaw. It was nearly 70 degrees one day and the time spent out on the front yard patio was a welcome change from the cold snowy winter weather. This week looks to be a little cooler but still not bad for February in Nebraska.

    My daughter decided to replace my grandson's bed with a nice flat box furniture bed. For two days I tackled the task of assembling three boxes of parts into a Captain's twin bed. I had to laugh at the instructions which had five steps for the assembly and that the bed was made in Vietnam. I don't think much is manufactured in the States any more.

    Hopefully, I can get back to working on the storage area this week. Spring is indeed coming and I need to get my winter project completed before the outside projects begin.

    I hope you are enjoying the pre spring time of garden and flower anticipation. Have a great day.

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