Gardening · Homesteading

July On The Farm

July was a mixed bag this year, really a common theme this entire year so far. It started chilly, and many days were overcast till at least mid-afternoon, before it warmed up. The evening temperatures were rarely above mid 50's. This stunted crops but everything kept plodding along, trying its best to grow. If anything,… Continue reading July On The Farm

Gardening · Homesteading

Building My Dream Strawberry Bed

When we lived in a suburban setting I long fantasized about having the space to have my dream alpine strawberry bed. This year it occurred to me it was the perfect thing to put in near the fruit orchard, where it wasn't feasible to put in "normal" crops due to being so near the well… Continue reading Building My Dream Strawberry Bed

Gardening · Markets

Spring On The Farm

I won't lie....I have been very, very busy the past month. Not much time to sit down and actually write blog posts. Some weeks I don't turn on my computer more than every 3 days! But that isn't a bad thing, it just means I am busy on the farm, growing plants and produce like… Continue reading Spring On The Farm

Gardening · Markets

This Year’s Tomato Plants

Along with the herbs and strawberry plants, the tomato plants are growing happily in the greenhouse. Early in the season, I wasn't sold entirely on growing lots of tomato plants, as I normally do every year. This has more to do with the field not being quite ready for them. But, of course, as soon… Continue reading This Year’s Tomato Plants

Gardening · Herbalism · Markets

Herb Plants Spring 2019

We will be offering many herb plants for sale this Spring on the farm. From culinary herbs, diced or torn into meals, to medicinal herbs used in teas and potions by herbalists, our greenhouse is full of herb plants. We sell our plants in 1 gallon containers, rather than 4" pots, as we want you… Continue reading Herb Plants Spring 2019