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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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Tag Archives: Fruit Trees
What a fall, we got our first killing frost Oct 25th, that is the longest garden fall without the killing frost I have ever had in 17 years on the farm.. Did your killing frosts come early, on time or … Continue reading
The Fruit Trees and Flowering Bushes are starting! But Where are the Bee’s!
Just a few of my flowering fruit tree’s are fully out, there is pears, and the plums in a full swing, the haskups are putting out a few (not bad considering they only got planted last year) and many many … Continue reading
Posted in gardens Tagged First Fruiting trees of spring, Fruit Trees, Where are the bees, Wild violets 7 Comments
Garden Monday- Apples/Ontario, Sea of Blue and Plants Swap..
Well, we all worried that this would happen, and here is the lastest news.. Sigh.. “A catastrophic freeze has wiped out about 80 per cent of Ontario’s apple crop and has the province’s fruit industry looking at losses already estimated … Continue reading
Posted in gardening, gardens Tagged Farm Life, Fruit Trees, Garden, Wild Foods 5 Comments
Food Storage Friday-03-16-2012
Food Storage Friday Report To be honest it was a slow week, and a bit of a whiny friday to boot.. the weather has hit a unnatural high, typically we are 2 or 3 above and we are well over … Continue reading
Posted in farm, Food Storage Tagged 100 mile food challange, Canning, Chores, Food Production and Recipes, Frugal, Fruit Trees, Garden, Soft Fruits 5 Comments
Working on my new bushes list for 2012
Well, its not final yet, but I think I have narrowed down my list of fruiting and or health/herb bushes to add to the farm this year.. Here is what I have to date.. Smoky Saskatoon Shadblow Serviceberry Allegnery Serviceberry … Continue reading
Posted in food, gardens Tagged 100 mile food challange, Frugal, Fruit Trees, Garden, Soft Fruits 6 Comments
Garden Count so far for 2011
Garden Counts for 2011 to date, most of the harvest is done, will do one more big update in oct on what the final main harvest will be.. Hard Fruits Apples-77 pds-Still a bit more coming yet Crabapples-44 pds Wild … Continue reading
Posted in gardens Tagged 100 mile food challange, Canning, Chores, compost, Farm Life, Fruit Trees, Garden, Greens, Herbs, Soft Fruits, Veggies, Wild Foods 5 Comments
An Apple a day..
Even if you missed looking for those stunning white to white-pink flowers in your spring walks and travels, when if you wanted to wild harvest fruit, you should in fact have a local map marked with lots and lots of … Continue reading
Posted in Canning, frugal Tagged 100 mile food challange, Canning, Food Production and Recipes, Frugal, Fruit Trees, Garden, Wild Foods 25 Comments
Rain, garden produce, Chokeberry Season has started.
We are into our third day in the rain, good steady warmish rain, by my count on our rain gauge we have had just over 4 inchs, excellent for the pastures, for the garden and for our shallow well! Thankfully … Continue reading
Posted in Canning, gardens Tagged 100 mile food challange, Canning, Fruit Trees, Garden, Soft Fruits, Veggies, Wild Foods 7 Comments
Apple -Sumac Jelly Recipe
I could not help but notice that driving that the local sumacs are covered with bright red, and as mid-summer is the best picking time, and I just happened to have some wonderful locally ready crabapples (you can use regular … Continue reading
Posted in Food Production and Recipes, wild foods Tagged 100 mile food challange, Fruit Trees 4 Comments
An Appple A Day
Here are just a few of the apples we grow on our little farm, we currently have four kinds of apples, plus crabapples. We also wild pick Apples and Crabapples locally, but we get most of our apples still from … Continue reading
Posted in food, local food, wild foods Tagged Fruit Trees 2 Comments