20 bales of alfalfa hay = 20 self-composting raised beds! That’s the plan, at least. We are hoping that when we revisit these bales in early spring they will be soft and composted in the middle, so we can plant right into them. We’ll probably get one good season out of them, and then we’ll […]
Every great idea starts with a plan. ABOVE: The Plan ABOVE: Krystal beginning to execute The Plan
Today we got stuck into the old Japanese Garden. It was hard work , but so worth it. We started with a pretty uneven piece of land. The weeds and blackberries were also slowly but surely making their way back into the garden via this little patch. First, we raked all the leaves, and filled […]
Here are Cali, Josh, Nicole and Kara’s hands after a few hours of planting “enough lettuce to feed an elephant”. Nicole just dropped by and let me use a few of her photographs to show what they were all up to on their visit to Simington Gardens aka “the other farm”.
sometimes the Farmers truly blow my mind with their awesomeness. One of the Farmers missed us on Friday Farm Day, so he left me this message: Joshua wrote: “Hey, sorry i missed you today, i went with Cali and Nicole and worked on the other farm (Simington Gardens) with them it was fun we planted enough […]
If they keep multiplying the way they do we will end up with strawberry fields…but today we simply planted them. An awesome friend of the farm, Marissa, donated a ton of strawberry and iris plants to us today. Here’s Katrin and Marissa with some iris rhizomes. We also gave Marissa one of our super sweet […]
Here’s a link …Enjoy! Mia, Katrin and the Farmers