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High-Altitude Cold-Climate Gardening: Overcoming the Climate Challanges

High-Altitude Cold-Climate Gardening: Overcoming the Climate Challenges Guest Post By Willowcreekfarm Part 5 of 5 This is our 5th and final post in this series. Click these links to read the previous posts. Introduction Overcoming the Terrain Overcoming Soil Challenges … Continue reading

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High-Altitude Cold-Climate Gardening : Overcoming Wildlife Challenges

High-Altitude Cold-Climate Gardening: Overcoming Wildlife Challenges Guest Post by Willowcreekfarm Part 4 of 5 This is our 4th post in this series. Click these links to read the previous posts. Introduction Overcoming the Terrain Overcoming Soil Challenges Now we will … Continue reading

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High-Altitude Cold-Climate Gardening: Overcoming the Terrain

High-Altitude Cold-Climate Gardening: Overcoming the Terrain Guest Post by WillowcreekFarm Part 2 of 5. When gardening on steep, rocky mountainsides the terrain presents quite a challenge. Finding a flat space to build a garden is nearly impossible, and the few … Continue reading

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Custom ordering pre-starts 2019

Custom Ordering Pre-starts in 2019 Did you just go “what” LOL..  I have had a few folks look at me funny when I said I am thrilled to be working with a local greenhouse owner who is offering pre-starts. These … Continue reading

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Vertical Veggies and Fruits

Creative Gardening Techniques for Grow up in small spaces Book Review I love this book! It gets a solid 5 out of 5 from me..  and I see that it has a solid 4.7 out of 5 on amazon.. there … Continue reading

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Are you Growing Dried Beans as a Protein Source?

The biggest issue with growing beans for protein is that you are having to give up a lot of space in the garden from seed planted till plant die off and or till you pull up the plants and can … Continue reading

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Nicotiana Rustica – Aztec Tabacco

I have ordered in a new kind of tobacco to me, it’s often called the Aztec Tobacco and it has a crazy high rate of nicotine. The average tobacco has 1 to 3 percent, this plant on average has 9 … Continue reading

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Early Frost -Weather/Food Productions

Well, this spring, we had a very late hard frost at the end of may, Thankfully I had kept all my really tenders in till the first week of june. Having said that, it cut the garden season short by … Continue reading

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Powdery Mildew and Treatment plan

Last week was filled with a number of things that kept us just one foot in front of the other.  I might get to the point where I will write about some of it. However the garden is in full … Continue reading

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Project 2018-Stumps- Maple

We have a number of stumps left over from the work done and some of them are smaller, a few mid size and one that is considered large and two that are massive.. Today we are going to talk about … Continue reading

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