Monthly Archives: August 2012

Amaranth harvest

I hung the amaranth to dry for seed harvest in our front porch “barn” on our front yard “farm.” Lots of seed on these beauties! ADDENDUM: One of the attitudinal principles in permaculture is “Mistakes are tools for learning.”  Oh, … Continue reading

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Dear Kala,

I bet you are having a great summer!  I thought about you today.  I could almost hear you asking, “So…Is there anything growing today?” As a matter of fact, There is so much growing today! Mostly, I want to show … Continue reading

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With all this going on…

…I’ll never get anything done! I started to weed the maple seedlings and the oxalis from the rain garden.  The plants (and the weeds) are growing very well. The Joepye and the turtlehead and the bluestem and the swamp mallow … Continue reading

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Support our beekeepers! Visit SAVEOURGARDENS.ORG!

This is an important update to the proposed Plymouth Township beekeeping ordinance that I referred to here. Please, be aware that the dates for the Township meetings have changed.  At this point, the date of the Plymouth Planning Agency meeting … Continue reading

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