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Worms, worms,worms…waiting — Working with Worms

Maria and I have a work in MoreArt at Moreland Railway Station Waiting Room…co-composed by us and our worms, with musical contributions from Jim Denley. It’s called Waiting. We’ll be posting more on the ongoing process, but meanwhile, here’s our blurb: Waiting is a collaborative art work, co-composed by us and worms. In this composting collaboration we […]

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Why You Shouldn’t Use Bleached or Glossy Paper in Your Compost or Worm Farm

As gardeners, we often told that we shouldn’t use office photocopying paper or glossy magazines in our worm farms, compost or the garden in general. Many gardeners ask why not? There are very good reasons not to, which we’ll explore … Continue reading

How to prepare your garden for winter — Alba Landscapes: Landscaping for Burlington, Mebane, Graham and Hillsborough

Here in North Carolina, it does n’t look too much like winter, yet. But it’s time! We have passed the first day of frost (October 14 ) and we know that temperatures can drop overnight, without warning. Our first task – Pull out any annuals such as zinnias and trim and clean up remaining perennials. Next-Place […]

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