by on March 24, 2021
Blurb from the latest Blog! You can read the full Blog here: Wild Violet | Growing and Thriving | Fragrances of Eden (fragrances-of-eden.com) "Maybe the lesson of the wild Violet is that, under the worst circumstances we can grow? Maybe the wild Violet is here to remind us that no matter the restriction, we can thrive in Christ? Maybe the best thing for us, is the rocky and barren places? Maybe the wild Violet and the conditions surrounding it are for our benefit and trying to remove ourselves ...
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by on March 24, 2021
Blub from the Latest Blog! Follow the Link to read the full Blog: For the Beginner | It starts Small | Fragrances of Eden (fragrances-of-eden.com) "Gardening can seem intimidating, trust me...I know. For years I thought I had a, "black thumb" but that wasn't the truth. The truth was that not all plants thrive and some years I have more success than others. Each Gardening Season is here to learn and grow from. After I had success with a small Basil plant in a simple pot out front, I was hooked...
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by on March 24, 2021
Blurb from the lastest Blog! Follow the Link to read the Blog on the Website: Seed Starting | Sowing in Faith | Fragrances of Eden (fragrances-of-eden.com) "The garden is a beautiful picture of God's never ending Faithfulness to those who love Him and who are diligent in sowing. From experience I can say that when I'm stingy, I receive little. When I'm generous, I experience generosity. We all literally, reap what we sow. 2 Corinthians 9:10, 11 says it this way, "Now He who supplies seed to t...
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by on March 1, 2021
Blurb from the lates Blog on the Website! Follow this link to read more: Pets and La Casita Jardin| This one's for the Pet Parents | Fragrances of Eden (fragrances-of-eden.com) "What's my point in saying all this? Every dog breed is different and has different skills as well as motivators. Neither one of my Dachshunds would be good with chickens or rabbits because these critters would set off their hunting instincts immediately. The result would be; bye, bye chickee and bunny! This doesn't ma...
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by on February 25, 2021
Latest Blog Blurb: "That "to do" list will get to the, "got it done" stage. The cinder block with the soil will be hauled in and put to good use. The mulch will be laid down to smother out the weeds that are, no doubt making plans to invade my garden beds. But something tells me that the peaceful patience that is emanating from La Casita Jarden won't be disturbed by my activity. Something tells me that it will remain for months to come." Simple. Natural. Essential. ...
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by on February 16, 2021
Newest Blog Post "Snow on the Homestead is a good thing to my mind, it's full of nitrogen and trace minerals that help plants to grow and thrive. However, snow can be deadly...especially when you are all electric, these next few days are sure to keep me on my toes! The good news is, I have a backup plan and a place to go should the power go out and stay out for a time. With two miniature Dachshunds and me having health issues a backup plan is always in place for worst case scenarios. In all h...
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by on January 23, 2021
Things I feel strongly about - God, Family, Friends and the Flag.  Chris Wagoner is an Army Veteran & 35+ year law enforcement officer and police firearms trainer. Chris writes on the 2nd Amendment, firearms, and fishing, among other things.... Chris Wagoner is a 38-year retired police officer and U.S. Army Veteran who currently lives in North Florida. Chris became a police officer in South Florida at the ripe old age of 18. After 5 years of law enforcement, he felt the need and desire to ...
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