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Dividing Iris', Drying Your Herbs, More Herbal Per...

Blog: For Dragonflies And Me   -   Saturday August 11, 2012   -   By Neil & Jean

Well we are already into June and summer is right around the corner.  We have enjoyed all the beauty that spring brings and now we can start to welcome all the special things that summer has to offer... vine ripened...

Fall is Time To Harvest Herb Roots

Blog: Morgan Botanicals   -   Thursday November 11, 2010   -   By Jessica

Here's a great list of herbs I found that are ready to be harvested now. Some general guidelines to use for herb harvesting: Harvest herbs grown for seeds as the seed pods change in color from green to brown to gray but before they shatter (open). Collect...

Turning over a new leaf

Blog: At Home in Nature   -   Tuesday May 18, 2010   -   By Mary

Mmmm!  Today we had our first evergreen and poplar leaves of the season!  The evergreen leaves were enjoyed with breakfast; the poplar leaves were given to two different friends in need whose doctors are allowing them to writhe in agony.  ...

Spruce Pine, NC Farmers' Market this Wednesday

Blog: The Mushroom Hut @ Fox Farms   -   Wednesday September 23, 2009   -   By Alan and Susan

We had perfect weather at the market today!  It has been rainy for the past few weeks. We are seeing the last of the tomatoes, corn and berries.  Vendors had leeks, onions, pepper, salad mix greens, herbs (and herb teas as well!), LOTS of baked...

Falls' Harvest has begun

Blog: The Mushroom Hut @ Fox Farms   -   Saturday September 19, 2009   -   By Alan and Susan

It seems as though summer and it's bounty is slipping away only to be followed by the Fall Harvest.  It is sad to see one season pass but at the same time it is very exciting to see what the next season will bring! Today we started collecting our pumpkins...

Saturday's offerings at the Bluegrass Farmers' Mar...

Blog: Bluegrass Farmers Market   -   Thursday June 18, 2009   -   By Kentucky Proud

  Saturday's market is sure to make you smile! Let's start with the sweet stuff first. How about some pumpkin cookies, zucchini bread, chocolate zucchini cake or plenty of homemade jams and jellies. Our farmers have been busy in the kitchen! ...

Herb Garbling: Tedious But Exquisite

Blog: Morgan Botanicals   -   Thursday May 28, 2009   -   By Jessica

Garbling certainly can be a tedious experience, but it is really quite enriching. I find that it has helped me get to know the plants I've collected even better. It's such a fun word to use too. I love when someone calls and asks what...


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