Here’s how to keep your mums looking fabulous for weeks!
There’s a fungus among us and I don’t mean mushrooms. If you have attempted to grow any sort of vegetation for any amount of time, you have…… Read more “There’s A Fungus Among Us”
“Regard your soil as the living, breathing entity it is- to be nurtured, fed and sustained.” – Peter Fossel Soil is the Soul of your Garden!…… Read more “Feeding Your Soil- 101”
But, the problem you see, is that once you have had the experience of seeing goats born in the middle of the night, or had the pleasure of a bottle calf thrive as you care for them, or tasted the meat and eggs from animals raised with love and good food- you just can’t forget it or leave it.
It’s been awhile since I was here typing up a new post. 2015 was a year of great changes and new territory and I didn’t blog for…… Read more “The Winter Solstice”
Old Timers around my part of the country refer to what is called “Good Friday Gardens” because they never put out warm season crops such as tomatoes…… Read more “One. Last. Time…”
When you begin a homestead or organic garden, you develop a new perspective. What was once refuse has become gold. I now drive around neighborhoods looking for…… Read more “Boy, Is This A Happy Girl!”
As I look back over notes from the gardens of 2013, I am pleased. We were productive and met many goals. One of my goals was to…… Read more “Sunflowers & Sunshine”
Things have been bustling around the farm as we work like crazy starting, bumping, and feeding seeds and seedlings for all the wonderful people who will buy…… Read more “Well now, Ain’t that a kick in the pants…”
The longest night has just passed. Did you feel it? We did, we kept noticing the time, thinking that it should be much later than it was…… Read more “The Winter Solstice, The Longest Night”