Monthly Archives: June 2011
I’ve decided to schedule ‘garden visitation hours’, as in times when I will be in the garden and anyone can come visit, either to help out and do some work or just to check out the garden and take a … Continue reading
I love this time of year… generally when I am growing plants I get so excited about watching them grow and seeing how they develop that I tend to check them at least a few times a day to … Continue reading
Our 5th harvest this year was last Sunday, and man did we have volunteers! The summer-term students arrived this weekend, and already about 15 people turned up on Sunday to help out. What a great group of enthusiastic students. With … Continue reading
The rain has finally stopped and the sun is shining and the plants are loving it! Three new plants have the first beginnings of buds which will turn into flowers which will turn into yummy things to eat! Actually … Continue reading
To quote a pretty good country song, “Rain makes corn… (leave out the innuendo middle)… rain is a good thing”. I don’t think they were singing about 3.5 inches of rain in 24 hrs. We actually called an emergency harvest … Continue reading
We had another harvest on Sunday: this time we harvested mesclun mix salad greens, mizuna mustard, 2 radishes, and some baby tatsoi which we were thinning out to allow the remaining plants to grow big and delicious. The prize … Continue reading
First four people to arrive tomorrow to help with harvest get these: And more coming next week, don’t worry!