Wondering how our garden is fairing out yet? Here’s a snippet! This is picture of what our garden looked like on May 7th. We’ve gone from this… To this…. Does anyone have a guess on how many FULL bowls of greens we’ve picked since May 7th? 7 or 11 or 16 or 19?
Our dill is growing with strength and fervor! It seemed as though it grew a foot overnight after our lovely rain last night!! My husband enjoys the flavor of fresh dill in…well…just about anything. SO – I decided to cut it back so we can “relish” in more growth later. These are the quick steps …
Farm Shiitake Mushrooms in the Forest - Hobby Farms
Begin your transition into agroforestry by growing shiitake mushrooms on logs on your farm’s forestland.
Do-It-Yourself Projects Using Pallets
Pallets are what's left after you've had flooring delivered. Is there any way to add your do-it-yourself design smarts to re-using a pallet stylishly? Read on.
Recycled Bike Wheel Garden Trellis
Of course we’re always fans of creative reuse and this is no exception. Used bicycle rims, twine and a bit of conduit or plumbing pipe make for a functional and really cool trellis to support pea plants.Kathy M. from Seattle, who documents her gardening prowess on Suited To The Seasons posted the above photo. There’s no tutorial, per se, but it looks rather straightforward. The trickiest part would be ensuring the support of the wheel structure.