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First Mini-Harvest

Hey Everyone,

Well, it’s been pretty uneventful here. We’re still finishing up paperwork for the house and I’m done with class for the week. I’m working on some illustrations for my sister’s children’s book. 374 more words

Homesteading

How-to Grow Onions

Onions aren’t be the most popular vegetable to grow. They’re not the finest looking and sometimes even appear to be dead. However, onions can be one of the most productive plants in the garden because they double as a pesticide to many other springtime vegetables. 533 more words

Garden

Companion Planting

By: Lesley Greene

In answer to the question, how to prevent pea moth – discussing companion planting. 143 more words

Allotment

FAITH + CONSISTENCY + HARDWORK = FORMULA FOR SUCCESS

The road to success is not that one (1) straight line that we all think it is, it is rough, it is rugged, and full of ups and downs. 612 more words

GET INFORMED

Sprouts 3.0

Beautiful day spent at the allotment yesterday, almost felt like spring. 211 more words

Allotment

Tips for vegetable gardeners

Don’t jump the gun.
Peas, spinach and radishes, can be started ahead of the last frost date, but most seedlings and seeds go out after the last frost date, which in Vancouver is usually March 28, although it has been as early as Feb. 269 more words

Vancouver

Sunday on the Homefront: Lettuce and Arugula

Hey Everyone!

So, not a lot to share as of late. I’ll have to come up with some blog posts for this week. It’s just been busy with school projects and trying to get them all sorted out before I have to run to the other side of the state to look at houses. 302 more words