Krista Pasfield

Krista Pasfield
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Krista Pasfield is a resident of St. James on New York’s Long Island. She is a Director of Operations and in her free time, an avid organic home gardener, world traveler, and writer. Krista may be reached at krista.pasfield@gmail.com

Early Spring Gardening

It’s been a strange winter here in the northeast. We’ve seen minimal snow, unseasonably warm temperatures, and, at least in my home garden, annuals...

Holiday Decorating

The holiday season is upon us, and it’s the perfect excuse to showcase your personal celebratory style! Take a look around your home, and...

Creating a New Vegetable Garden Bed : Part 3 of 3

At long last, here’s the final installment of this three-part series, which has been documenting setting up a new garden space. Construction has been...

Creating a New Vegetable Garden Bed: Part 2 of 3

Welcome to the second in a three-part series of my journey setting up a brand-new garden space. After a brief pause while awaiting supplies,...

Creating a New Vegetable Garden Bed : Part 1 of 3

Welcome to almost-spring and the first of a three-part series about my journey setting up a brand-new garden space. Over the years, as the...

Tips to Keep Cut Flowers Fresh

There’s no need to spend money on expensive “flower food”; a bit of regular white sugar will do the same trick. If you...

Fall Gardening Finale

As the fall season comes to a close, we can get a bit more out of our gardening efforts before hunkering down for the...

Fall Gardening

I hope you had a fantastic summer! It was hot, which means heat-loving crops such as cucumbers, grapes, and peppers were bountiful. As the...

Crop Spotlight: Cucumbers

As the summer warms up, the heat-loving crops begin producing in earnest. Chief among them are cucumbers, a home-garden staple, versatile in the kitchen....

Preparing Your Garden

As the weather warms up, it may cause us to become impatient and want to start planting everything right away. While early-spring crops are...

Welcome to Spring !

My eager daffodils began popping up in February, and now, finally, it’s time to start looking ahead to a wonderful growing season. To get a...

Gardening Questions: Asked & Answered

Happy February! If the cold and snow doesn’t have you dreaming about spring and getting back in the garden, perhaps these reader-submitted questions will! ...
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