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  • Hopeful Seedlings…

    March 15th, 2017 | Annuals, Daydreams & Ponderings, Digging In, Plants, Projects | girl has thyme | No Comments

    If you live in the Pacific Northwest, you are quite aware of how terrible the weather has been this winter. I read in an article that Seattle has only had 3 mild and sunny days since October. It’s been pretty dreadful. I’m not typically affected by the weather but I’m at my wit’s end! Anyhow, […]

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  • Rosemary & Butter Popcorn

    December 14th, 2016 | Herbs, Recipes | girl has thyme | No Comments

    Rosemary is an herb that is incredibly easy to grow in the Pacific Northwest. I use it as a landscape plant as much as a culinary plant. It’s evergreen so it looks great all year long and it also happens to be a lifesaver when I need a last minute appetizer for a party. My […]

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  • October is for Garlic!

    October 25th, 2016 | Vegetables & Fruits | girl has thyme | No Comments

    For those of you who are not quite ready to put your garden to bed for the winter, consider planting garlic! I’ve only been growing garlic for a few years after my good friend, Katie, told me about it. It’s a wonderful crop to plant for many reasons. First of all, it’s damn delicious! Like […]

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  • Rainy Day Respite

    October 20th, 2016 | Daydreams & Ponderings | girl has thyme | No Comments

    The rain is coming down hard this morning. I’ve lived in the Pacific Northwest for the majority of my life so rain is not much of a surprise. Get out your rain boots and jacket, and get going about your day! However, some rainy days are a little more intense and today is one of […]

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  • Blog, Blog, Blog

    October 19th, 2016 | On Life, Projects | girl has thyme | No Comments

    Blogging is harder than you’d think. It requires dedicated time to sit down and put your thoughts into writing, editing and loading photos, and managing your website’s plug-ins. When I started this blog, I thought it was so great because I had all this time to write about my garden. I’d take the pictures and […]

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