❄️Winter Wonderland Garden Care🌬️

If you had vulnerable plants outside in the snow, try not to panic! Succulents may look a little flat or upset, but often will come back fine in spring. Snow can weigh down branches and cause breakage or weakening, so be careful when assessing your garden’s condition and be sure to look/listen up. Any remaining … Continue reading

🌱Just Dandy, & We Ain’t Lyin’!😉

Ah, Taraxacum officinale! You may have noticed this bright plant still persevering in lawns and fields (even popping up through cracks in concrete) as the chill of winter approaches. Also known as the dandelion, its sunny flower and many uses have been captivating humans throughout history. You may think of it as an invasive and nasty … Continue reading

🍓HOW TO: GROW FRUITS & BERRIES THAT ARE LOW-MAINTENANCE, PRODUCTIVE & BEAUTIFUL🍐

  This workshop (on Saturday, August 17th) explores the many edible shrubs and trees that are available to us for our homesteads and will address questions such as “which ones are right for me?” “which ones fit my particular microclimate?” and “how can I get them established and maintain them successfully?” John is particularly interested … Continue reading