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Daffodil Days & Seedlings

There’s lots of different types of daffodils blooming in my yard now.

The seeds planted back in March are doing well except for the Milkweed.  Not a single sprout in sight.   84 more words


Give bees a chance. Plant a bee friendly organic garden this spring.

While you’re planting your garden this spring why not support not only your organic kitchen but honeybees and other wild pollinators too; because they are in trouble – which means we’re in trouble. 661 more words

Organic Gardening

Upcycled Garden Fence Made from Wire Hangers

What do you do with a bunch of wire hangers? Make a fence of course. It is much stronger than manufactured garden fences and knowing it’s not made in a sweat shop half way around the world is definitely a bonus. 26 more words

Sustainable Living

April Showers

The rhubarb is unfurling and things are coming alive. The fritillaries I planted are looking good but seem to have had no effect on deterring moles. 120 more words


Meet our tilling crew!

Our ladies are put to work. It is amazing how fast they can clear a section. They quickly till and prep the soil for planting.   The kicking and scratching aerates the soil. 65 more words

Sustainable Living

Edible Landscape

I’ve been really inspired by the Grow Food not Lawns movement. The past few years I’ve been transitioning my massive perennial borders and front flower beds into mixed gardens, integrating my existing plants with vegetables, herbs, flowers and fruit. 195 more words