Spinella Farm -
Tuesday May 20, 2014 - By Edward
I finished fertilizing the gardens last night with the Norwegian seaweed extract. I need to get the commercial size package if they have one. I doubt it. I noticed that the zucchino rapidio, Italian squash, has popped out of the ground and is throwing its...
Wild Things Farm -
Friday July 22, 2011 - By Terry
You know what? The best planning sometimes just goes to pot. I spent a good amount of time planning the green bean harvest so as to not be overwhelmed by beans ready to pick. Checking seed labels for days to harvest, staggering plantings,...
Amity Highland Ranch and Ebenezer Hill Gardens LLC -
Sunday March 13, 2011 - By Debbie
All of us winter-weary home gardeners and small-scale producers are anxiously awaiting the return of warmer temps, but I found that the tat soi, cilantro, parsley and lettuce that overwintered in the little A-frame "high tunnel" that my husband built...
Cold Springs Farm -
Tuesday September 08, 2009 - By Beverly
Good Morning All! Today is my first day on the Local Harvest blog.
I am in the middle of planting for my fall season. Yesterday, I planted many summer squashes, heirloom beans, heirloom melons (I plan to use row covers and hoophouses), and of...
My Grandmother's Garden -
Thursday March 12, 2009 - By jeannie
Now that the Phila Flower Show is over for 2009, It is seed starting time. I've got 42 different types of heirloom tomato's for this years collection, along with peppers hot and mild, eggplants, lots of lettuces, and more. I'm so ready for spring this...
Vintage Hobby Farm -
Thursday January 29, 2009 - By Jennifer and Justin
I am so excited looking through the seed catalogs. I made the decision to do all Heirloom seeds since we are a Heritage Breed farm. They just taste better and are more natural. Of course you are depending on natre not science. But the flavor is outstanding. I...