We are almost to summer and things are falling into place.
Spring has been a tease this year, but we will get there. Read more….
A few of my tips will lead to greater success when growing tomatoes along the North Carolina coast area know as the Crystal Coast.
Winter is usually pretty nice to us but we do have to work our way through a month or so of it. Of course a winter day to us is one when the temperature does not get above 50F. Read more here.
Some good weather and warm water draw us to the river.
Interesting times on the Crystal Coast.
Fall gardening is popular along the Crystal Coast. Here are some of my thoughts.
Raymond’s Gut just up the river from Swansboro, North Carolina, froze in the wake of the Siberian Express. Fortunately our freeze-up only lasted a little over a day. This morning we had a little fog on the river but were ice free. Our temperature managed to hit 66F this afternoon before heading back down.
Read more at this link, The Frozen Crystal Coast.
Life is not so bad in the salt marsh even in the winter http://ow.ly/H79Qp