When I saw the invitation in the Whole Earth Co-Op newsletter to go visit the family farms from which they buy produce, meat, dairy, and more…I was curious and signed up for the first one 10th St Farm & Market in Afton, MN. My grandma was a farm girl so I did visit the farm […]
Hardening-Off Seedlings know how long before the frost to start seeds before its time to plant them in the garden.
Winter….weather you enjoy the glistening snow or the cool breezes living in the south winter takes its toll on people and plants: cold, dry temperatures and short, dark days. I’ve found reduced quantity and quality of light to cause to most strain on my indoor plants. These conditions can cause indoor plants to drop leaves, […]
I encourage everyone I meet to start a little Garden, whether a plot in the yard or a container on the patio the joy from tending to your garden is priceless. So many people I meet want to start but just don’t know how, so let me offer a few tips. I like to start […]
Winter is in full swing and the holidays are behind us, it’s that time of year when my thoughts wonder to the fragrant spring blooms in my herb garden. One of the best resources we can use for planning is the seed catalog. Many seed companies provide all their research and information in their free […]