Tagged "garden blog"
worms are incredibly important to the entire health of your garden. they aerate the soil, allowing fresh air to penetrate, and redirecting excess water. worms provide a healthy environment for large and small plants to take roots and grow more vigorously. their poop, or castings...Read more →
I’m signed up to every organic, ecological, left-wing, hippy, agriculture, horticulture, soil science, aquaculture, environmental, social justice website available. It’s sickening. Constant contact must sell me left and right… Anyway, one of the many emails I get every week comes from The Organic Consumers Association...Read more →
The last of the sunflowers were pulled out of the garden last week. They looked good for a while thanks to the cold weather, but recent frosty nights were their final demise. Once the secondary heads start looking tired or you don’t see them enlarging from one week to the next, you know they are …Read more →
Oh, how I love Berkeley! After I saved the environment by barting into Berkeley to the Farmer’s Market to get only locally grown, organic produce – put in my recycled canvas bag...Read more →