Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Paige Puckett
191 followers -
I wash a lot of pants and water a lot of plants in downtown Raleigh.
I wash a lot of pants and water a lot of plants in downtown Raleigh.

191 followers
About
Paige Puckett's posts

Post has attachment
How to glaze the whole ceramic spoon
There's one question I keep getting via Etsy, on this blog and through email. "How do you glaze your ceramic spoons and keep them from sticking to the kiln shelf?" Clearly, there is a lot of interest in handmade spoons! So how do you glaze the entire cerami...

Post has attachment
No More Peach Tree
No more peach tree. It was infested all up the trunks (there were multiple trunks due to poor pruning and management) with peach scale bugs that would have been difficult to treat, and after 8 years of losing crops to fungal diseases, we decided to call it ...

Post has attachment
House Wren Family
After the bluebird failure this spring , a pair of house wrens moved into the bluebird box on the blackberry trellis. They actually filled both bluebird boxes with nests but only laid eggs in one, which I later learned is common practice. The unused nest is...

Post has attachment
Crocosmia 'Lucifer'
Crocosmia 'Lucifer' is a plant that has been banished from our fenced vegetable garden because it multiplies and grows well on its own without any attention and is a total space hog because of it. Last fall I dug up the crocosmia corms and moved some down t...

Post has attachment
Hatteras Island
\

Post has attachment
Dill Blossoms


Post has attachment
Morning Garden Walk


Post has attachment
Fledgling Woodpecker
I was outside checking on the chickens when I heard a rustling sound in a shrub on the edge of a neighbor's yard. When I looked closer, there was a baby bird flopping around in the leaves and low branches. It has the markings of either a Red bellied Woodpec...

Post has attachment
Garden Pics
It's amazing how much life can be found in the space between houses.

Post has attachment
House Wrens
There's a new bird family moving into the blackberry trellis box - House Wrens. To make sure I had identified them correctly, I played their calls on a phone app, and sure enough, they sang back to me. After the bluebirds moved on once their nest attempt fa...
Wait while more posts are being loaded