I started writing this blog as a way to support my husband. He’s worked so hard the past seven years to become a worm farmer and offer a superior product to local gardeners. He loves what he does! His Worm Grottos are his peaceful place. If he’s home, he’s outside doing something with the gardens or the worms. I know that if I can’t find him inside the house, all I have to do is peek out the back door. His peace is my contentment.
Two weeks ago, all the Worm Grottos were…Continue
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Added by Diane on August 18, 2013 at 8:55pm — No Comments
First of all, I want to start by saying all rabbits are meat regardless of size. Some just provide more than others.
I decided to write about this subject after hearing so many stories of newbies buying un-pedigreed rabbits that don't produce, stay very small and have poor attitudes
When first getting in to rabbits most of what you are told is get New Zealand's and Californians. These are great commercial rabbits they breed and grow fast. As a back yard breeder you don't…Continue
Hello-I am an avid gardener here in the desert southwest and have been for 25 years. When conversing with people I meet in the area about gardening, most struggle with plant survival! It is challenging gardening in the valley but very rewarding at the same time! We have two planting season and the time for the upcoming fall season is just around the corner. I would like to help you have a successful garden, whether it be veggies, flowers, shrubs,…Continue
Added by Diane on August 13, 2013 at 11:44am — No Comments
I keep forgetting that the alliance, guild, whatever, is here. I seem to pop back in every now and then and check on things.
the new homestead is going well. Getting ready to raze the garden beds to get ready for a fall planting. (all 8 of them).
We have switched focus on the rabbits. We now have japanese harlequins, American blues and one or two nz/ab crosses. Out are the Flemish and the pure new zealands. We're going to be forcusing more on the heritage breeds.…Continue
So some friends and I were very set on renting this beautiful, historic, permie-designed house on Apache and Dorsey in Tempe when all of a sudden, one roommate decided to flake out. Now, with each of us at a loss of $1000 deposit each, we will not get our money back unless someone takes the house soon.
We are super bummed about letting it go, but it would just be too much for 3 people to handle. It has a 3 bedroom house with a connecting studio that is…Continue
I'm down to my last month of total freedom before fall classes start. I've got all 4 compost bins going at full steam. and have started my fall planting. This slowed down the urbanite path project, but the seasons do not slow for my convenience.
I'll be cleaning the raised beds for Fall/winter planting next. This round is in-ground with frames. the squash is in the back, herbs in the front, and Sunflowers all around... eventually :D…Continue