Ever seen potatoes that look like that? Me neither, but that’s what happens when you forget them in the milk fridge for a very long time. They look kinda like a science experiment gone very, very wrong. We hope, though, that they eventually look like a whole bunch more potatoes. Follow the link for a […]
The first loads of mulch weren’t big enough to cover either of the garden plots, but there was enough to do SOMETHING, right? How about covering a muddy walkway?
After watching the “Back to Eden” film, we were convinced that creating a sustainable permaculture using tree-limb mulch was the way to go, and we set about finding a source. We located a source, and they promised to deliver. So we waited…and waited…and waited. This post describes the wait.
There are so many people who would give anything to have a small piece of ground to work and call their own. At Alderman Farms, we fully understand how blessed we are to have the acreage we enjoy, and appreciate the heritage nestled amongst the pine trees.
After waiting for what seemed like FOREVER, the first loads of mulch finally arrived! We couldn’t have been more excited, and judging by my conversation with the folks dumping the mulch, neither could they!
Understanding your climate can help you plan your garden and maintain your homestead. This article is part 2 in a 4 part series discussing weather and climate for the backyard farmer.