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Spring is coming…


As far as winters go, here in East Tennessee it’s been pretty mild… so far. But that could change anytime!


I wouldn’t be the least bit surprised if we got a snow or two; in the past we’ve had snow — even blizzards — in March. I wouldn’t mind one BIG snow before winter is over.

But I’m watching. . . and looking forward to spring.

This year, I’m planning to do something I want to do something I haven’t done in a long, long time.

This year. . . I want to plant!



I want to start simple. . . and keep it small. Tomatoes and cucumbers are great ideas, since I regularly buy them in the grocery story — and I would eat them more often if I had fresh available.

What else would you suggest? Give me some ideas. . .

Do you plant a garden in the spring? What vegetables do you plant?



Blog © 2018 Naomi Miller


5 thoughts on “Spring is coming…

  1. Spring onions and potatoes (regular russets) are both easy to plant and care for if you regularly buy and eat them, but are planted in early spring.

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  2. Hi Naomi, I hope you are doing lovely! I wish we were closer, so when you had them ripe tomatoes, you could share with me. There is nothing better than a ripe tomato out of the garden. Growing up my parents put out a big garden every year. It was for our Family and my Grandparents on my Dad’s side and my other Grandma and Aunt. And still enough for anybody that wanted any.

    God Bless You Always, Dorothy Porter


  3. My mother, Naomi Miller, is a fantastic veggie grower….at 92! She grows and preserves nearly all her own food! But, she doesn’t have a computer or know how to type, so I guess this blog isn’t hers! HA! Best of luck as you grow!

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