Longevity spinach... Last week, I went to a seeds and cuttings exchange. I snipped off a few limbs from this guy and it has exploded with new growth. Sharing is really caring for both humans and plants 😄
🥚Eierschalen zijn heel goed herbruikbaar. Leuk om in te zaaien. Maar ook handig tegen slakken. Nieuw blog online. Link in bio ~~~ Egg shells, a good remedy against snails. New blogpost online. Link in bio🥚
17 2509 hours ago
Enjoying some Thornless 'Waldo' Blackberries.......
A dwarf variety of thornless blackberry, Waldo's growth is much slower and easier to control than other bramble berries and because it doesn't get too high the children can reach all the berries. The taste is great just like a wild blackberry, but the berries do grow quite tighly clustered together so need to be carefully of fungal issues. If you want to grow blackberries without the thorns and them taking over your garden then this is the one for you....
This amazing community helped put up this amazing fence today at the garden. We send our biggest "Thank You" to all of you. This is what community looks like. We look forward to doing more projects and involving this amazing community. You do know that #northisnow! All photo credits to: @healinginheels!
4 3113 hours ago
I found the peat pellets in the garage and decided to start some old tomato seeds. The containers are on a heat mat and have a gallon size ziploc bags on top to keep the heat inside. I took the bags off for the picture. #seedstarting
I picked up a bag of soil for seed starting! This will go I to the smaller six packs. I've never used anything but coconut coke bricks or peat pellets. I assume it will be fine and not have any issues but trying something new is always exciting/scary. All at the same time.
7 3515 hours ago
Pulling a 'Wilson' here behind this Rheingold arborvitae. These look great in winter with their bright-orange foliage. They really do stand out in the landscape.