So much life and beauty to behold in these lovely pear and cherry trees.
Maintaining an Asparagus Bed
Just a small bit of tending rewards us with a productive asparagus patch for years to come! In this post, find out why it’s important and what to do.
The Fall Garden Grind, Part II
Fall is the perfect time to bust a move in your garden. The weather is cooler so you’ll sweat less – save yourself on some laundry – PLUS the cooler weather is beneficial to your perennials (or future perennials, perhaps). This is the season to re-arrange, share, dream big and expand your operation (more fruit anyone?). We’ll […]
A Flopsy, Mopsy and Cotton-tail Supper
On the heels of our massive raspberry harvest, we begin the blackberry harvest! Oh I do love having a constant supply of fruit in the yard. Now some of you might not bat an eye at my harvest. I hear walls of plump blackberries grow like weeds in some parts of the world. Well, this is […]
This was us today! E’s face would twist with the sour juices of rhubarb, but he eagerly went back for more, bite after bite. We always have so much fun with our big rhubarb harvest! Rhubarb in July? You might ask. Well, I’ll let you in on a secret – Rhubarb is good for harvest […]
My Pearly Whites + Scones
No, not teeth, currants! Yes, white currants! I ordered this gem from One Green World. Their catalogue is a siren call I can’t resist… page, after page, there are so many beautiful fruits in the world! And, I can actually grow some of it in Minnesota! I keep thinking I have more space than I really do […]