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Through The Garden Gate

October, The Subterranean Apothec   By Leslie Watkins If I could grow just one thing only, it would be Allium sativum. More than an absolutely indispensable ingredient for most of my favorite recipes, it also offers substantial health benefits while delivering good protection form vampires—useful at this time of year. Garlic has been used historically […]

Norfolk’s August 2017 Weather 

Another Beauty By Russell Russ August continued our ongoing series of months with pleasant weather. Residents along the Gulf Coast and in the Caribbean had a rough weather month, due mostly to hurricane Harvey, but here in Norfolk, the weather continued to be quite nice. Norfolk’s weather for the most part has been very uneventful […]

Trouble Comes Disguised as a Beautiful Ornamental!

  By John Anderson As mid fall approaches, the leaves of many plants senesce and change color. White ash trees are some of the first woody plants to drop their leaves, followed by the glorious colors of maples, birches, blueberries and spicebush. But amongst them are invaders, which can outnumber and choke out the natural […]

Norfolk’s July 2017 Weather 

Another Fairly Normal Weather Month    By Russell Russ July was yet another fairly average month for weather in Norfolk. Except for a few warmer than normal average monthly temperatures during the months of January, February and April, all other months this year have been very average for both temperature and precipitation. Other regions of […]

Through The Garden Gate

September, The Art Of Letting Go   By Leslie Watkins Autumn is the time of year when nature begins to let go of the surplus accumulations of summer. Leaves wither and drop, ripe seeds are released and swollen fruit falls. The life energy of plants begins to retract with shorter days and less moisture. Plants […]

It’s Only Natural: An Owl Encounter

  By Eric B. Anderson Driving up the slight incline on Rt. 44 near Bazzano’s Oil on October 30, I saw a good-sized bird rapidly descending in front of me. I applied the brakes as hard as I could, but unfortunately, the bird still bumped into the top of my cab and fell backwards onto […]

Jellyfish in Tobey Pond?

A Norfolk high school senior makes startling discovery   By Katherine Kasacek Craspedacusta sowerbii? No, it’s not a galactic spaceship of science fiction movies or a fantastical monster found in books. Think more along the lines of a mop-head or Medusa, or maybe an invertebrate of the cnidarians family. In short, a jellyfish, a freshwater […]

It’s Only Natural: All You Wanted to Know About Wild Turkeys 

  By Leslie Watkins For the past few weeks, I’ve observed 30 to 40 wild turkeys as they pass through my yard each day; three adult females and their broods. I want them to keep coming around, but don’t want to encourage deer by putting out food. I did some research on what foods will […]

Through the Garden Gate: August, Keys to Better Gardening

  By Leslie Watkins Anyone can have a garden, but very few people have great gardens. People with nice gardens can easily have better gardens. By observing a few simple practices you can expect to see improvement in a relatively short time. Expect change. Gardens are alive, and all living things will change over time. […]