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Farmgals Bucket List : Farmgal's Bucket List
I am sorry to have this rant, I might not even post this.. I most likely will and I am sure I will lose a reader or two.. but I have to write this.. If you live in an apartment or a tiny condo in the city, you can be many things.. You can be […]
I Yield I Yield LOL
Ok, its just going on record that we are going to be “in just in time mode” on most things this year. Let me give a example.. we have pulled at least a hundred or two wild parsnips but then we needed to focus on this or that.. and suddenly this week, we are like.. […]
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Category Archives: gardens
Homegrown Peanuts -Zone 5
Late last winter or very early spring depending on how you look at it, Dear Hubby said I would like to grow peanuts again this year.. we have grown them before with moderate success.. its very tricky to give them … Continue reading
Feb (Baby Greenhouse Update)
The new indoor greenhouse has been preforming its job in a outstanding way, baby salad greens by the tray have been produced. The pea shoot have been lovely as well, cooking up with that lovely green with hits of bitterness … Continue reading
Air Root Pots
If there is one thing you will read me saying this year, Bringing it in house.. This means that If I can find a way to make things work based on what I have or based on a very small … Continue reading
Posted in gardens Tagged air root pots, air rooting pots, creating new plants, using air pots 3 Comments
Gardening in Clay -Sub-soil
Its been a interesting challenge in regards to Kitchen Garden Plot 15.. It’s a full on sub-soil clay. Its the first time in many years that I have had to start a raw plot of land from full clay and … Continue reading
The KITCHEN GARDEN IS MADE!
This has been a total labour of love and there are final touches to be done.. I will talk as I go.. but the last beds are made and planted.. the paths are all in.. and now we are in … Continue reading
Posted in Gal in the Garden Series, gardens 6 Comments
Gal in the Garden Series – Last week of May update.
We got a few more things done but there has been a lot of rain days and so things have been soaked enough that some things had to be put on hold.. Still things are getting done. This is part … Continue reading
Posted in gardens Tagged Garden, Garden planning, planting your garden, Rain Garden 3 Comments
Fruit Tree’s Nut Bushes and Pond Edging
Good Morning Folks.. I hope you had a great weekend! We had good weather for the whole weekend, I mean it was spring, moving between to cool, cold with wind and then hot with sun.. Having said that.. we were … Continue reading
Bacon Nettle Frittata
Bacon Nettle Frittata Recipe Looking for a fast and easy supper, Got lots of spring eggs this meal is for you! 4 thick cut sliced of bacon, diced and precooked 2 cups spring nettles, washed and diced 6 large mushrooms- … Continue reading
Posted in Food Forest, gardens Tagged Bacon nettle frittata, eating nettle, Eggs, recipe, Ways to use fresh spring nettles 2 Comments
Soil, Stump Garden and Dump Wagon..
Good Morning.. The weekend has flown by so fast, I had a awesome photo shoot to do Saturday morning and then I went to be help answer soil and garden questions for a couple hours for the local 4-H Loyal … Continue reading
Posted in gardens 4 Comments