I have been waiting for a whole year to see how my compost turned out. That may sound like a bizarre statement… gonna leave it there. Anyway, we have been diligently throwing all our organic scraps into our compost piles (as well as recycling all our glass, plastic, cardboard, I might add :-)). This included banana peels,… Read More Homemade Compost
In this post, I thought I would just add pictures from the garden taken on Saturday, as a way to document my garden status going into December. I am doing this first because I am just simply amazed at how much food I have in my garden going into December. I would not have thought… Read More Winter Garden Update – Part 2
Saturday morning was cold. Sunday morning felt even colder. And it struck me, as I am taking my tiny little plants out of the greenhouse, that this is a little strange. Aren’t you supposed to only transplant in the spring with the warm season ahead, not in the fall, in the cold, with less and… Read More Transplanting For Winter
Whew, where to begin… Ah, yes! Peas and Quiet Saturday began with an early morning harvesting more peas. Nice and cool with birds chirping and frisky squirrels chasing each other high up in the hardwoods. Earlier in the spring, when the peas started to come in and flower, they were so tall and the blossoms… Read More Busy Weekend!