Author Archives: Sandra Pawula

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The Greenhouse Challenges

As it turns out, it’s quite challenging even to grow in the greenhouse here. Zucchini does not do well in this area.  It’s simply too wet.  The plants always start out looking great, but within a few weeks they are … Continue reading

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Cucumbers, Zucchini, and Green News

I met with a gardening specialist on Jan 19th. So much was learned in just a few hours. Talking with an adviser provides so much more than reading from a book. I’m slowly putting her advice into place. Here’s the … Continue reading

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The Garden Is Flourishing

The garden is flourishing at the moment.  In the beds, I have healthy rows growing of ~ arugula mustard greens bok choy cilantro We’ve already been using the cilantro for weeks.  The mustard greens and bok choy are almost ready … Continue reading

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How does my garden grow?

I aspire to have a healthy, colorful, vibrant organic garden.  But, I’m finding that gardening is not so easy! There are many fruits that grow wild in Hawai’i like bananas, avocados, small mangos, and papayas.  We can literally walk around … Continue reading

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The World We Have

These days, I’m keeping my purchases to a minimum for two reasons. First, mindless consumption is destroying our planet. Secondly, for the sake of greater simplicity in my own life. While I’m not a full-out minimalist, I tend in that … Continue reading

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