Yellow Cabbage White in the Forsythia My Father-in-Law Gave me 3 Years Ago Thanks, Corky!
It’s about imagining what might be there, behind the anti-deer netting. Why Bother? I dunno. Check out the beautiful ground cover, too. If you’re wondering what that stuff is, apart from the […]
Today, a story of joy, for Christmas Eve. Today, asparagus. The asparagus that gets sliced off underground in Northern Europe and eaten with yellow potatoes, salt ham and hollandaise sauce (or with […]
They’re not the biggest, they’re not the reddest, but they sure are the juiciest and most flavourful. Welcome to the last of the summer’s crop, in their place of honour in the […]
Carrots for now. And dandelion root, beets and leeks (in the plastic), too. And carrots for Easter, as sweet as today. All Snuggled In Carrots in the ground under peach, apricot and […]
Just bringing in the garden for a few of my friends. Huginn’s keeping his Hrafn eye on the prize, eh! Blessed be.
Harold goes away to Palouse Falls and to the painted turtles of Conconully, and it is mighty fine, but summer is two weeks early this year, right, which means that when he […]
This robin’s first brood were two such big louts that I think they burst their nest. Certainly, they fell to the ground, where she fed them for a week until they were […]
Yesterday and the day before I spoke about ten new fruits for building a sustainable economy in the Okanagan-Okanogan (click), and ten more (click). Today, I’ve gathered some vegetables with potential for […]
I am piecing together a guide to new crops that can build a new, sustainable agriculture and food art culture in this grassland sea. Yesterday, I noticed that a late spring crop […]