Live in the foothills (4500 ft) of the mountains of Arizona.  Gardening zone is somewhere between 6 and 7.  Stronger sunlight than further north, and winter temps do get below freezing, but have never seen them down to 0F.  This blog started out to monitor my year round gardening passion.  Between the outside garden beds and my greenhouse I can keep food on the table and flowers for the spirit.

Had never expected to become a blogger, but find it a better way to keep my garden log.  More pictures, LARGER pictures than my notebook and easier access to the information. 

Then I became a knitter and it was just natural to add that log to this one!   Although I think I knit a project in about the same length of time that a tomato plant goes from seed to ripe fruit!  Maybe more knitting notes once the intense gardening season as passed

5 Responses to About

  1. wendy says:

    We started our blog as a way to log info in one place too. It’s five years later and we’re “bloggers.” Did I read it correctly that you were living in NYC before moving out to Az? The garden looks lovely. : )

    • morgaineotm says:

      Was born in NYC, but grew up in Yonkers. Moved to the Bronx as a young woman, and then back into Manhattan. But like many a new yorker, getting across the Hudson was the hard part. did 10 years in northern NJ before moving out here.

  2. Thanks for sharing all this great info!

  3. Nice blog! I will follow so I can keep up with your life in the foothills. That is also the name of another blog.

  4. How do you feel abut blog awards. Do you participate? Send me an email at belmontrooster@centurylink.net please.

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