A community garden demonstrates a permaculture response to land repair, community fellowship, and growing food.
“All things have their season, and in their time all things pass under heaven.” – Ecclesiasticus 20:22 We are going to share some great reasons about WHY you would want to eat in season and WHAT eating in season is. Eating in season means that we eat the foods that are harvested in the season […]
In our tiny little town, we have tiny little backyards. Our home sits on less than 1/5 of an acre, actually. Yet, we strive to grow 75-80% of our own food each year. It’s truly possible, you just need to know how to maximize your growing space. Here are 8 tips to help you get […]
It’s true that the best tasting tomatoes come from your garden! Join me in welcoming Dave Ledoux to Timber Creek Farm today. Dave has some great resources to share with us concerning the delicious heirloom tomato. Whether you already grow heirloom varieties of tomato or want to in the future, this is a list you […]
Whenever I talk to people about gardening, invariably I will hear someone say “I would love to garden but I just don’t have the time.” I usually launch into my schpeel about how it is pretty much only the beginning and end of the growing season that is the busiest and, if done right, takes […]
It’s that time of year! Time to get those gardens growing. We start our seedlings indoors and used to use a pre-made/store-bought potting mix. I always wondered how they were actually made and what they contained. Where did the compost in them come from? So, we came up with our own DIY potting mix. It […]