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Strawberry Fields Forever!

Or I guess more accurately, it would be Strawberry Container Garden Forever!

We’ve had some nice sunny weather this spring – except for the freak hailstorm a couple of weeks ago! 342 more words

Musings

Mid-Spring Gardening

By mid-spring most of the seedlings have made the big trek down to our greenhouse, which is now absolutely rammed with fresh new growth. I usually feel like there’s not enough time and definitely not enough space at this time of year…. 370 more words

Rhubarb pie

Rhubarb has been the first vegetable we could harvest from the garden. It really marks the season changes and invites the creativity on! Time to start thinking about what we can make with our homemade produce, which is quite different to planning from what is available in the grocery store! 369 more words

Recipes

Welcome to My World...

What are we about…..

The purpose of this blog is just to write about my experiences I have encountered in becoming self-stainable. I am from The Canadian prairies where my family are huge cattle, wheat and other grains farmers. 305 more words

Cedar

Green Tomato Chutney

I bet that someone, somewhere in the world is picking some homegrown green tomatoes right now! This is my recipe for an amazingly delicious and much healthier version of a traditional allotment chutney that contains no refined sugar. 215 more words

Sugared rims


What You’ll Need:

– Glass or mug🍺

– 2 plates

– Coconut Sugar

– Cinnamon

– Honey 🍯

– Drink of choice

Directions:

1. Coat a plate with coconut sugar & a dash of cinnamon. 74 more words

Cillasswiftfixes

Early-Spring Gardening

I love every season, but I think Spring has to be my favourite. There’s just so much anticipation in the air, from the first bulbs of early-Spring to the luscious blossoms of mid-Spring and the definite ‘no-turning back’ growth of late-Spring. 400 more words