New home- Propagation Madness

Finally we are in the new house at 860 Fulford-Ganges Rd. It has been a long couple weeks and now we are left with a big unpack in the midst of the beginning of our season. Both farms are calling for our time. Spinach is up at Rainbow Road, and there is all kinds of

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Seedling Check-in

My tomatoes are doing so well! They really seem to reaching for the sun, I’ve been turning them so they don’t lean to one side. I can’t wait for the summer and warm, organic tomatoes. B-rad loves himself some tomato sandwiches – toasted bread, salt and pepper, with some mayo; oh so delicious. Sometimes simple

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Build a keyhole garden

  What is keyhole gardening? The answer for us turned out to be a “keyhole garden.” A keyhole garden is basically an aboveground circle garden with a notch in it resembling a keyhole (hence the name) and a composter directly in the center to continuously feed the entire garden. The purpose of the notch is

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4 Benefits of Cinnamon for Gardening | Aquaberry Bliss

Cinnamon is a delicious herb that makes a wonderful addition to teas, cookies and more! Cinnamon doesn’t just have a permanent home in the spice cabinet. It also has amazing uses to keep your garden healthy and beautiful. Here are 4 uses for cinnamon to get the most out of it in your garden. 4

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