Garlic is one of my all time favorite plants to grow. It’s pretty much foolproof, which is very important for black thumbed gardeners like myself! It’s easy to find. You can even plant the stuff you buy in the grocery store and it will grow! It’s easy to grow, and it’s easy to harvest. And, […]
After putting in all the hard work to grow your own produce, you want to harvest at the peak time. There are guidelines of days to maturity on seed packets, but you want to learn the signals from your plants for the best timing. This article includes a free printable with all the signs from […]
Its been a busy fall down on the farm working on getting this years harvest in and preserving it to pouring the foundation for our tea farm studio! Come take a virtual tour of what our farm is looking like this fall!
August proved to be a very busy month especially for harvesting. It seems that fall showed up early in Oregon this year and went from very green and growing and quickly changing to brown, blustery and falling leaves. From harvesting zucchini tomatillos in our crop garden, to preserving, life and death on the farm along […]
Fall is my most favorite time of year. I love the colors of crunchy leaves, the brisk cool mornings, and the flavors of fall harvest. And that includes pecans. We are blessed with lots of pecan trees here in the south. In fact, I narrowly missed a concussion yesterday when a pecan shell fell from […]
Harvesting wild chives seeds is a lot easier than it sounds. This video will show you how I harvested my wild chives seeds this year!