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Sometimes what we’re doing for God may not seem like much. But it matters.
These harbingers of spring aren’t afraid to reach for the sunlight.
A spring with the promise of tulips helps a military mom wait for her deployed son to return home.
One of the last fall garden tasks is to tuck spring bulbs into the ground, sowing hope for a sweet, colorful spring ahead.
The critters who raided my fruit trees got on my nerves…until I remembered that we’re all just hungry mammals in search of some sweetness.
Listen as husband and father of two Andrew Siegel, having started small by growing a single tomato plant years ago, explains why he now finds great joy in time spent in the garden with his family.
Pruning these unwieldy vines reveals more than swelling fruit—it shows what can grow when given some space.
When I let go of the output of my garden, I can enjoy its real gifts.
Planting a seed is an investment in the future of both your garden and your emotional health.
“Remove to renew” is a guiding principle in my tiny fruit orchard as well as in my life.
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