I built a hive stand for my bees today. At present, I only have one hive but plan to go up to two.
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I always grow artichokes. That's a fact. Here's another fact for you: I rarely ever eat the ones I grow. It's not that I don't like artichokes, I love them!
Well, hey, I love hummus. Who doesn't? So one day, I had this great idea: I can grow it in my garden!
With our unusually cool Pacific Northwest summer, it's been a great season for lettuce, kale, cabbage and other cool-weather plants. This is my second cabbage harvest and I just had to show it to you ... and show you what I did with it ....
As my beautiful white picket fence has finally aged to the point where it is no longer stable, I have removed it from the garden and made plans to convert the large garden bed into a long series of raised beds.
Here are the first to come out of the garden - this photo is a week or two old at this point but I've been so busy .... the first of these will go into my dehydrator to make zucchini chips.
Look what I got out of the garden yesterday ... and there are more to come! I've been waiting a long time for this ... the season's first cole slaw.
And no shortage of weeds, either. Here you can see three photos that show how I spent my July 4th weekend ... Friday, the Crop Circle garden was covered in weeds up to eight inches tall.
Holy cow, some of the leaves are approaching three feet wide! The stalks are two feet in length and a delicious shade of red.