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Added by Melissa Franklin on March 22, 2014 at 11:30pm — No Comments
Early morning found me in the garden armed with a brand new spray bottle of neem oil. HaHa! Take that, you nasty bugs! I had been squishing buggies twice a day for a week ~ it was time to pull out the big guns. PRAYING this really helps my tender young plants to reach maturity while I wait for the beneficial…Continue
We have a 3 bd 2 bath house in a quiet neighborhood for rent. Almost everything in the yard is edible. We have: 2 pomegranate trees, 3 fig trees, 1 peach tree, 1 apple tree, 1 apricot tree, 1 plum tree, 2 guava trees, 1 orange tree, 1 ruby red grapefruit tree, 1 lemon tree and lots of grape vines. We have lots of garden beds, and a partial gray water system from the master bath that feeds a small waterfall and pond from which irrigation water is drawn. We also have a solar hot water…Continue
I never thought it could happen to me...
We spend our time often observing insects, climatic changes or geek out with soil tests and moisture meters in an attempt to diagnose garden problems, but until you pull a plant…Continue
I have never planted garlic before. After reading Catherine's monthly planting reminders. I decided to put a handful of sprouted garlic clove that I have bought from the farmers market and grocery store for cooking, all around the container planters and my yard.
Then I started putting random sprouted garlic whenever I have chopped up some for cooking in the garden through October and November. Thinking it will be cool to see where and what condition garlic will thrive in my…Continue
My gardening sweetie from Utah visited bearing gifts. Oh, yes ~ a bucket of Egyptian Onions. Her eyes lit up as she described their antics in her garden, how it made her laugh just to watch them twist and curl unpredictably. She assured me the one thing predictable is their ability of prolific reproduction! A true…
There they were. Two hundred beautiful bean seeds that had traveled the great highways just to grace my garden. It was a gift from my dear friend and fellow-ette gardener from Utah. Oh, the gentle hours I have spent wandering her wandering gardens. Happy beds where herbs mingle with veggies and flowers just because they are beautiful and vines vine where they may. Joyful and serene. Pleasant chaos. Alas, I digress. Back to the beans seeds. The bed had been dug (thank you dear…Continue
Add 1 tsp. to 1 cup. hot milk (cow, goat, soy, rice, almond, or any combination), maple syrup or honey to taste and 1/2 tsp. of almond or sesame oil. Gently heat and stir.
And we agree with Erin when she says, "If you use animal-based milk for this, you're taking 2…Continue
Added by Farming and Garden Friends on March 13, 2014 at 3:26pm — No Comments
In the past, our time on the internet was not much, and we posted a few snippets of a farming method as some social bookmarking, and we also posted a little in the forum regarding some of the success stories that came from that farming method... tea. As herbalists in the southwest promote tea, super foodies across the globe are promoting healing with whole foods.... When one steps back from it all, it can be easy to ask how are we in it together?
We feel like ceramics and fiber arts…Continue
Added by Farming and Garden Friends on March 13, 2014 at 3:00pm — No Comments
I moved here from 10 acres surrounded by hundreds of acres of family land. The juniper and sage were pungent in the summer heat and my girls would bring me bouquets of orange mallow and Indian paintbrush. Fall meant harvesting cactus apples for jelly and the arrival of the small herd of mule deer that wintered with us, gleaning leftover garden treasures and nibbling apples purposely left on the porch for the young fawns. Gardening was hard. Red clay was designed for adobe, not tomatoes and…Continue
For gardeners and farmers
Learn how to plant the best varieties, maintain your crop genetics, cultivate, harvest , process and store seed. Plus a crop specific chart and resources for gaining more seed growing knowledge.