Tag Archives: Coastal Georgia

Tomato Time

Hey y’all in the North! Bet your veggies are just taking hold, and the bugs and diseases are about to creep in! Here on coastal Georgia, we are already harvesting! Already dealt with caterpillars and worms and whitefly! Captain Jacks … Continue reading

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Name Change

Sticks and stones may break the bones, but words will never hurt ye.   Even still, Jayne is no longer on Weed Street.  Jayne is in Georgia. Savannah Georgia to be precise!   Change is good, and so I have … Continue reading

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Roses on the Coast

Much of Georgia soil is clay, but on the Coast, sandy soil predominates. Years ago when I was first smitten with roses, I took great pains to amend the soil so that I could grow roses. Here in Georgia, the temperate … Continue reading

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Coastal Autumn

Autumn. What does it mean to you?  Smells and sights and emotions that rise as the days shorten and the temperatures moderate will be different depending on where you live.  This is my second Autumn along the coast of Georgia, … Continue reading

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