Just new here and posting a link to my blog...
Added by Shannon Grauer on March 31, 2009 at 6:10pm —
We had a busy, wonderful day today.
Frank and Riley worked on a real door for the greenhouse. They hung it a little while ago and then came in to watch the rest of the golf tournament.
Yesterday, the kids had helped me fill 200 peat pots with the "tobacco/vegetable soil" that we got from the supply store. Today, I spent a couple of hours putting seeds into the pots, labeling them (until I ran out of "popsicle" sticks!), and organizing stuff around the greenhouse. Nadia… Continue
Added by thewhatleys on March 29, 2009 at 6:30pm —
I stumbled across this site this morning. Makes me wish I had a better camera. I like the burned out look of many of her photos + she posts some great recipes and food porn.
Added by Cornelia on March 27, 2009 at 11:53am —
To my neighbors in Cambridge, Somerville and Thereabouts,
I'm planning to head over here next Wed for some springtime inspiration. Perhaps I'll see you there.
Wednesday 1 April 2009 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Longfellow School building, 2rd Floor, use Fayette Street Door
Come and browse through flower catalogues. Meet your neighbors and fellow
gardeners. Make your… Continue
Added by Mina on March 27, 2009 at 10:21am —
I dont know about you but I'm hearin some scarry stuff about hr875. only time will tell lookin for feed back
Added by charlie kirchen on March 23, 2009 at 7:25pm —
Added by Jonathan Sulkow on March 23, 2009 at 1:36pm —
I started cool weather crops (Broccoli, Cauliflower, Spinach and 3 types of Lettuce) on Monday, and I've already got inch tall seedlings! For whatever reason, I've yet to see any cauliflower? Perhaps the seeds are too aged (they've been in the fridge for two seasons...) Last night, I started Cherry Tomato, German Chamomile, Red Hot Poker, Foxglove, Country Romance Hollyhocks and Yellow Hollyhocks!
My dad called me this afternoon, apparently he found someone selling bulk seed on Ebay… Continue
Added by Carrie Seal-Stahl on March 20, 2009 at 5:09pm —
Added by Emily on March 17, 2009 at 12:31am —
Finally...just saw these in my bulb garden :)
Added by Misty on March 14, 2009 at 11:33am —
By valueing and honoring ,and celebrating our connection with each other , ourbrief existance here ,our ability to communicate, remember,make tools , our animalness, our affect on landscape and its affect on us, our need for beauty meaning, and to pass this stlye and culture (with a small c), and knowledge to the heart through art and help ourselves - IT'S ALL CONNECTED. THanks for connecting
Added by Alan Mart on March 12, 2009 at 4:07pm —
As I wake the wind will whisper "Hallelujah!"
The dawn dips in and dusts away the dreams that overthrew ya
The last glimmers of gloam form a foaming chorus of "I wish I knew ya!"
The stoic sun shouts: "A new day is here! So what's it to ya?"
The stars are made of chalk, wiped away by the rags of tomorrow
Returning to real, I am once again myself, piecing in particles
pointillist portrait of my past
emotional tapestry in four-dimensions cannot be viewed… Continue
Added by Peter Hazen on March 12, 2009 at 2:05pm —
If you aim yourself at me to take a *stab* at communication
I'm going to wonder if it's just a game to you or what is your intention
I'll let you know right off the bat I'm sick of these surface situations
I've seen it and I want a new direction
So if you start a conversation you know which way I'm gonna take it
I want to get to know you, I want to know to get you, to know you get me
I want to dig deeper
I want to grab a shovel and scoop out your… Continue
Added by Peter Hazen on March 12, 2009 at 1:30pm —
I am really looking forward to getting my tomato seeds started, but I am still about one month away from the time line for here in Philly. I have five varieties of tomato seeds from Amishland Heirloom Seeds
, and I will probably grow three plants of each of these varieties for a total of 15 plants. Here are the five varieties I will be growing this year. Photos are from the Amishland Seed web site. I highly recommend them as a seed supplier, and their… Continue
Added by Chris Paquette on March 11, 2009 at 7:18pm —
As an artist and a farmer I started a program called Art of the farm. We go to farms and create work. We have shows. Half the profits go into an interest free loan fund for organic farmers. We been doing this for 10 years. I would like to see this kind of program grow. We are an unincorporated association of artists. We have no officers no meetings, no grants. It's just us. We only have one rule. No rules. If you'd like to see what we've been doing, please Google Artonthefarm.org
Added by Alan Mart on March 10, 2009 at 2:00pm —
Added by michael on March 6, 2009 at 1:43pm —
I spent the weekend starting lettuce and tomato seeds, tossing the worms over in the compost bin and setting up one corner of my kitchen for the future lettuce-growing and kombucha brewing operations. I decided to go to Bignamehomeimprovementcenter-with-an-orange-logo because they have a good selection of cheap fluorescent fixtures, bulbs, and doo dads. And there it was. Just as I walked into the garden section. I'd seen the TV ad. I'd even seen it in reputable magazines. The upside-down tomato… Continue
Added by Cornelia on March 3, 2009 at 1:21pm —
Here is a link to my farm blog
Passage Creek Farm
My wife and I just had our first baby, so lately there have been a lot of posts about baby stuff. Most of the baby stuff is about how we use cloth diapers and air dry so it is good stuff. We have been starting seeds for the up coming season so we are getting back in the swing of things. Please feel free to become a follower on our blog, the more the merrier. The more… Continue
Added by ToddB on March 3, 2009 at 8:30am —
I am looking for some feed back on this idea I have............ (this is from my website www.fakepersonrealworld.com
Who am I and why would anyone trust me?
My name is Lamont Dyck and I live in Moose Jaw Saskatchewan Canada. I have a back yard garden and I have been actively gardening for many years. This year I would like to start some new projects that require capital that I do not have. In the past when I needed money… Continue
Added by Lamont Dyck on March 2, 2009 at 4:00pm —
We have seeds at the ready, including a bunch of donated seeds, and are getting ready to build our greenhouse. We hope to grow several hundred plants to give away if the greenhouse works out well. Our community garden will be planted this Spring, starting with two donated acres! Hopefully we can encourage a lot of local families and organizations to plant their ground and grow lots of food to give away. So many people here in the US are hungry, and we hope to make a dent -- starting locally and… Continue
Added by thewhatleys on March 1, 2009 at 9:32pm —