Archive for the "Garden" category

Cider and the City

by Beth Shepherd
( October 15th, 2014 )

Give me your tired, your poorly shaped, your pock-marked, your huddled masses of unused apples, yearning to breathe free. The wretched refuse from your teeming trees. And, with them, make apple cider!

This past weekend, I did just that when I attended ‘Cider and Apple Juice Basics,’ a free class at …

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A is for apple

by Beth Shepherd
( October 3rd, 2014 )

A is for apple, from our espaliered apple trees.
A is for apple

A is for apples on our espaliered trees...

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Espaliered apples!

by Beth Shepherd
( September 24th, 2014 )

Apple on tree

One thing I really love about travel is visiting gardens. Traveling overseas, to Europe in particular, we saw spectacular gardens: formal gardens, enormous parks, kitchen gardens. Many of the gardens were very small and walled, just like our yard.  I …

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