Watermelon Time »

Go to the South Carolina Farmer’s Market and buy a big watermelon. If it is too much to eat make lemonade and Read more…

A Patch of Clover »

Growing Little Green Thumbs                                                                     by                                                                                                                                                                         Ruby Haydock-DeLoach

A Patch of Clover

“I’m looking over a four-leaf clover I overlooked before. Read more…

May Is Strawberry Picking Time »

In South Carolina we are so blessed to have local farmers growing fresh, vine ripe strawberries. Strawberries are like tomatoes in Read more…

Penny Pinching Perfect Plans to Grow Green Thumbs »

Readers ask, “How do you get a new idea each month for an article?” I really do not spend time thinking about what Read more…

The Bag Lady’s Garden »

What do you do when you are too old and cricty or too small to plow a garden spot? You remember the wise Read more…

Root Hardwood Cuttings »

Root Hardwood Cuttings

     I have two crepe myrtle trees beside my driveway that my Aunt Vera brought me in the mid Read more…

Ripen Green Tomatoes »

I recall eating garden fresh ripe tomatoes at Thanksgiving and Christmas. There is a 50% probability that Chapin’s first frost will be Read more…

Fair and Fall Fun »

Fair And Fall Fun

The State Agriculture & Mechanical Society of South Carolina sponsors the South Carolina State Fair October Read more…

Pears Facts »

Pears Facts

     Several species of pear are valued for their edible fruit, while others are cultivated as ornamental trees. The term Read more…

Fresh, Fancy & Fun »

August 2014 -Growing Little Green Thumbs, Article 29

Written by Ruby Haydock-DeLoach

Fresh, Fancy & Fun

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