I'm now on year three of "no-till gardening," meaning that I am using cover crops and other techniques to keep my garden soil healthy and my beds weed-free.
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Every year at or near this time, I post the traditional photo of the first rhubarb growth! It's always exciting to see the first greenery appear and as in years past, the first plants to emerge from winter hibernation are the rhubarb.
Here we are, just a week into winter and I'm already going bats@#! crazy for Spring! This is one of the Port Orchard, Washington garden areas. It's snowed four times already, with more on the way possibly tonight.
WOW, look at the size of this sweet meat squash a neighbor gave us! I posted one previously, but this one is even larger! I put a few household items near it to give you a sense of scale. This will make a LOT of pumpkin pies!
My first year as a beekeeper didn't wind down to a productive, fulfilling end as I had hoped - and even come to expect along the way.
Rather, it came to an abrupt, tragic end a couple of weeks ago when I noticed no activity at the hive.
Having torn out the main garden and the pretty white pickets that have bordered it for the past 10 years, I'm now starting to build the raised beds in that same area.
I started seeds with great enthusiasm back in late February, early March ... and then it was over. Here, you can see that the main garden, save one lonely artichoke plant, is totally gone. The tomatoes, tomatillos, peppers, beans, etc.
Oh yes, I love this. I didn't plant it only to mill into flour but also, because I am curious and I like shiny bright multi-colored things. And this corn has not disappointed!