We were lucky enough to inherent an established old vine Kiwi. Kiwi however require 10 days below 40 degrees F to fully mature. Yes we may have waited a bit late but these are sweet ripe beauties. There are some fruits out there that are packed with natural energy that kids like, like kiwi fruit, […]
Wednesday is Co-op day. We market our surpluses with the Fresh Food Revolution. On Wednesdays Roni and I get up extra early to harvest, wash and package our surplus. Early in the morning when the dew is fresh and the air is cool and crisp the garden has a certain quality that is hard to […]
Yesterday we raised some bean pole tepees. Roni made a few that were done in reverse with a large branched tree limb sticking up and spreading out. As we took care of this task, which seemed simple but wasn’t, I couldn’t help but think of all the millions of people over the centuries that had […]
For the first time we grew our tomatoes from seed. This has already been a rewarding process even before our first tomatoes appear. All six of our tomato varieties are heirlooms; Orange Banana, Hssiao (orange cherry), Amish, Stupice, Tomatillo, and a blend of heirlooms that will be a fun surprise as the fruits begin to […]
The best place to get our produce is at the Fresh Food Revolution. “Fresh Food Revolution Co-op” This is a great local community based project. Join the Co-op and have access to dozens of local farms and local producers.