Growing Fruit Trees From Seed

Friday, May 16th, 2014

Husby and I have this dream where someday we have an orchard full of fruit trees. In our wildest orchard dreams we also have a greenhouse orchard with tropical fruit trees as well. I mean really, delicious fruit and natural carbon sequestration? What could be better? Because we try to live life in the now, […]

Friday, May 21st, 2010

Every season in the garden is an experiment.  New plants to try, new locations for rotation, new techniques, and new weather conditions.  Every season comes with success and failure and hopefully something to take away, both knowledge wise and harvest wise. This season has already come with all of the above.  I have all sorts […]

Rounding Out March

Thursday, April 1st, 2010

The month of March started out super, got a bit stress-tastic in the middle, but then came back around and finished strong.  Because really, who can argue with 75 and sunny on March 31st?  You won’t find this girl complaining. Highlights of the month: dinner at Kafe 421 and the John Mayer/Michael Franti concert with […]

Seven Things: I’m putting in my garden

Sunday, March 7th, 2010

This past week I started my first seedlings of the season.  Every day that a little more of our blanket of snow melts I get more excited about what the garden will hold this year. making seedling starters out of toilet paper rolls, soil and seeds finished seedling starters bundled by type of seed.  brandywine, […]