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Rakes and hoes get busy! Spring in the Sierra is always a roll of Mother Nature’s dice. We either get too much snow and the fruit trees freeze when they bloom, or we are in dire need of precipitation--like now. If you’re not watering your trees and flower beds, some plants will die. Trees can suffer real damage in drought. My iris, tulips, daffodils, grape hyacinths and garlic chives are all poking theirs heads up. I get a little crazy this time of year because I want to plant things and it’s just too early. So I have to console myself with turning and sifting my compost. I don’t really enjoy shoveling compost, but I get amazing results from incorporating it into my gardens. And my trash has reduced drastically, just composting my food scraps. I’m a fan of composting, but I’m not into spending money on fancy bins and enclosures. I currently have 3 piles in various stages of decomposition. One is about done (need to sift); one is halfway there, and the last one is very raw. My trusty short pitchfork turns the piles and some plastic garden fencing contains them. In summer, my lawn sprinklers keep the piles wet, so they don’t dry out. I’ve used just about every kind of device and system for composting and my piles work just fine, thank you very much. I’ll be cleaning up beds, cutting back sticks and stubs left over from last year’s blooms and growth, topping with compost and mulch and starting some mild fertilizer. I do a much harder rose prune now and get rid of any old blooms, though in this warm time, they’re starting to leaf out (argh!). I don’t fertilize roses until it gets warmer, but working blood meal or a systemic for mildew or aphids can be done now. It’s a good time to deal with snails and slugs. I use diatomaceous earth because it’s a naturally occurring soft, siliceous sedimentary rock that’s

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March 2015 Digital RTT featuring photographer Jennifer Sande, Bare Bones Work Wear, Laura Garcia Makeup Artistry, photographer Anicia Beckwi...

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March 2015 Digital RTT featuring photographer Jennifer Sande, Bare Bones Work Wear, Laura Garcia Makeup Artistry, photographer Anicia Beckwi...