With all the rain we’ve been having the last few weeks, there are some plants that seem to be thriving in this weather while others haven’t made an appearance yet. We did plant quite a few seedlings but now that the rain has washed away most of the lettering on the markers, it is … More Keeping the garden
A friend sent out the recommendation to this company that sells all Organic, Non-GMO, produce in bulk or single sizes. This company works by drop shipment: if one is already set up in your area then you order what you want off their website by the cutoff date and the order is dropped off at … More Natural, Organic, Non-Gmo Produce in Bulk
All this rain has been great to some extent for our plants, but the weeds are growing in abundance. A few times while weeding we had lost track of the plants that had already sprouted. Our family wants to use natural ways to grow our food instead of using commercial pesticides and weed killers. We … More Weeds, weeds, weeds!
The previous post is what we used in planting our garden. You can find more information off of Farmer’s Almanac, which I highly recommend!! All of this rain seems to be helping as we are finding more and more seedlings making their appearance. Yesterday, we went out and weeded the grass that was coming up. … More Follow-Up to planting companions
Here is some basic planting advice from The Old Farmers Almanac. Remember the left side is all friends- to the right is the Foe of these plants.! Plant Companions: Friend or Foe? Plant companions ensure a happy garden–and gardener. by George and Becky Lohmiller Source: The 2005 Old Farmer’s Almanac It takes more than good … More Planting Suggestions – Are they friend or foe?