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Off to Alpacamania

Blog: Mountain Jewel Farm   -   Thursday October 07, 2010   -   By Sherm and Cindy

It's time for the last show of the year.  We've attended Alpacamania nearly every year for the past 4 years.  This year we are taking 4 yearlings and 1 juvenile.  MJA Cameo, MJA Takara, Outlaw's Gunsmoke, Cedar Springs August and MJA Malabar's...

Off to Alpacamania

Blog: Mountain Jewel Farm   -   Thursday October 07, 2010   -   By Sherm and Cindy

It's time for the last show of the year.  We've attended Alpacamania nearly every year for the past 4 years.  This year we are taking 4 yearlings and 1 juvenile.  MJA Cameo, MJA Takara, Outlaw's Gunsmoke, Cedar Springs August and MJA Malabar's...

Man o man o man

Blog: Sunrise Farm   -   Wednesday May 12, 2010   -   By Jetboy

what a mess! This spring is starting to look like last spring, wet and cold! Not good! Luckily, I hadn't transferred many of the new plants from the garage to the garden before it went to 32 degrees in May! Three rather strong storms in the last week. Lost the...

Seedy Saturday - 2010 - On a Sunday!

Blog: Wall Flower Studio Garden   -   Thursday February 04, 2010   -   By Karen

Wall Flower Studio is pleased to announce we will once again be participating at Seedy Saturday (on a Sunday for 2010!), in Toronto. People will be able to purchase organically grown products directly from me. WIth more than 100...

Dill - Anethum graveolens - 2010 Herb of the Year!

Blog: Wall Flower Studio Garden   -   Friday January 29, 2010   -   By Karen

Celebrate this year’s Herb of the Year ~ Dill! Dill is a member of the parsley family. It's similar to Fennel, and is an annual plant that grows to a height of approx. 4 feet tall. It's a strong smelling plant with yellow flowers that develop...

Dear Ohio; Love, California

Blog: Mott Family Farm   -   Saturday January 16, 2010   -   By Shelley

January 16, 2010:  In the dead of winter, we hear, in Ohio.  The garlic cloves are tucked safely away beneath their thick layer of mulch, protected from the freeze/thaw/heave that the ground undergoes in the cold.  I wonder what they are...

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This Month At Colvin Family Farm

Blog: Colvin Family Farm   -   Saturday January 09, 2010   -   By Colvin Farm

  My eyes are still getting adjusted from being out in the blinding whiteness of the snow--everything looks dim and dark when you first come in compared to outside. We didn't get the 2-3 inches that it takes to fully cover everything with a full...

Garden And "Growing" Trends for 2010

Blog: Wall Flower Studio Garden   -   Tuesday January 05, 2010   -   By Karen

Home & Community Edible Gardens : Due to the previous downturn in the economy it's my belief that more and more people will see the benefits of growing their own food, or art at least growing some food to offset purchases from the grocery store. This...

Happy New Year 2010

Blog: Grow And Share   -   Sunday January 03, 2010   -   By Kay

Happy New Year 2010! We have a whole new year ahead! At Grow And Share, we have plans that will get many plants into US communities, help many gardeners across the US grow food, and start many new gardens feeding US residents. More information on...

Black Friday and Cyber Monday are passed!

Blog: Elliott Family Farm   -   Tuesday December 01, 2009   -   By Samuel

Black Friday and Cyber Monday are passed! Whew! Our cover crop continues to grow nicely. We may add a little organic P and K in a couple of weeks, but other than that, all can we do now, is wait. We hope to plant green beans in early March. We may...

Boulder Belt Farm Share Week 30

Blog: Boulder Belt Eco-Farm   -   Sunday November 01, 2009   -   By Lucy

Welcome to the last farm share newsletter of 2009. This also means this is the last pick up for most of you (The members that are NOT going month to month have one last pick-up next Tuesday). It's been a wonderful season. We have had great growing conditions,...

Planning for the 2010 Growing Season

Blog: Grow And Share   -   Saturday August 22, 2009   -   By Kay

This year, we gave away close to 2,000 garden plants and had many pledge-signed gardeners growing food to share. They were spread across Franklin, Wake, Vance, and Durham counties... possibly a few from Nash and Johnson Counties too. Next year, our reach will...


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