My goal is to make the garden pay for what we put into it this year, which will take some careful planning and also staying on top of harvesting. We just invested $420 into raised beds for growing raspberries, grapes, Continue reading Gardening is on my mind
Our worm farm is beginning to improve! Back in January, Jay did a little research into raising red wriggler worms for composting and decided we would try a bucket system as a housing. Our neighbor was kind enough to give us a Continue reading Red Wiggler Worm Farm
Gardening Lesson #1 Onion sets don’t need water before planting. My mother gave me some tomato seedlings in cups, along with several bundles of small onion sets with lovely green tops, which were in a plastic grocery sack. The seedlings Continue reading where have you been?
I grew up surrounded by books. There is a faint memory of watching a television, sitting on the white painted plywood kid chairs my dad built for us when we were kids, wearing pajamas and a bathrobe. That memory is very Continue reading Libraries, gardens, and chicken coops