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HERBS THAT JUST ARE NOT SAFE TO USE AS MEDICINE. T...

Blog: Medicine Woman   -   Sunday July 20, 2014   -   By Elaynn

  POKEWEED   Scientific Name(s):   Phytolacca americana   L. Family: Phytolaccaceae Common Name(s):   American nightshade , cancer jalap , cancer root , chongras  coakum , ...

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Turkey Rhubarb Seeds are a hot item, today!

Blog: Green Journey Seeds   -   Tuesday April 15, 2014   -   By Aline

Yes, Rhuem palmatum v. tanguticum is an impressive beauty right now with it's early flowering stalks reaching for the sky! Our first plant to flower has grown 6 feet since the big snow in early February when it was still lying dormant below ground. This...

Where to Find Rhubarb

Blog: Arcadia Farms   -   Sunday June 02, 2013   -   By Katie

The weather has been cool in Southwest Michigan. That means you won’t find much at the local market beyond greens, herbs and radishes until the weather warms a bit. It also means that May goodies like asparagus and rhubarb may last a while longer. A...

Recipe Wednesday at the Bluegrass Farmers' Market!

Blog: Bluegrass Farmers Market   -   Wednesday May 15, 2013   -   By Kentucky Proud

Have to admit that Mother Nature has not been very kind this spring. What would normally be available at the market, like strawberries, are just not ready yet. So I decided to try posting about one of my favorites, which you can find at the Bluegrass Farmers'...

Decorating with Herbs, Step Stone Patterns and Mor...

Blog: For Dragonflies And Me   -   Tuesday August 14, 2012   -   By Neil & Jean

Here we are just about in the middle of June... how the days fly. The other day Kyle & Ethan were planting another 50 pounds of Yukon potato seeds... I walked down the row punching the holes in the plastic where they were...

Tussie Mussies Made Simple, Putting Up Rhubarb, Rh...

Blog: For Dragonflies And Me   -   Sunday August 12, 2012   -   By Neil & Jean

Well here we are getting fired up about the garden and all that she will bear for us... spring, summer, fall and winter... each holds a different gift for the individual.  Most people are not aware of the ...

More Garden Junque Ideas, Window Pane Mini Greenho...

Blog: For Dragonflies And Me   -   Wednesday August 08, 2012   -   By Neil & Jean

Ryan and I were transplanting more tomatoes in the green house yesterday... he enjoys playing in the dirt~ after all he is a boy.  He got 14 flats done and was quite pleased with himself, especially with him earning fifty cents a flat...

Rhubarb Ruminations

Blog: North Star Homestead Farms, LLC   -   Monday July 09, 2012   -   By Ann, Laura, and Kara

The cravings start in February, on those days when the teasing inklings of spring melt the snows around the base of the maple trees.  Rhubarb.  In late March (or into April), when the first nubbins of leaves push through the mountains of compost...

Ruby's Rhubarb Coffee Cake

Blog: Dune Lakes Local Harvest Blog   -   Tuesday June 26, 2012   -   By Kris

Ruby's Rhubarb Coffee Cake                          Oven: 350 degrees 1 1/2 Cup Brown Sugar, packed   &...

Westminster Farmers' Market Report for 05-18-12

Blog: Westminster Farmers' Market   -   Tuesday May 15, 2012   -   By Dean

It’s a Grilling Weekend! And Westminster Farmers’ Market Has What You Need!   Looks like a perfect grilling weekend and Westminster Farmers’ Market has everything you need for a delicious local...

Is it spring or summer?

Blog: Callister Farm   -   Monday April 02, 2012   -   By Lori

Hello from this wind swept farm in southern Minnesota! I'm not sure what happened to spring - did it really only last for a couple of days? The asparagus is up. I can't remember picking it fresh for our Easter dinner any time in previous years.   ...

Father's Day at Clayton Fathers Market

Blog: Clayton Farmers' Market and Small Farm Animals   -   Monday June 20, 2011   -   By Janice

June 19 -- Bits of sunshine, bits of light rain on Dad's Day! Spinach, lettuce, rhubarb were popular items at Clayton FM.  Of course, all locally grown .... pesticide free, too.  Temperatures were in the mid 60's today - supposed to reach into the...

New Tiller!!!

Blog: Moonstruck Farms   -   Monday April 04, 2011   -   By Rowena

I love my new tiller!!! It does the work of a big tiller without swinging me around the world!!  It is a Honda 4 stroke and it starts easy and it digs!!! I worked all the compost piles with it, and then completed the new strawberry bed outside. We...

What a beautiful day!

Blog: Moonstruck Farms   -   Monday December 27, 2010   -   By Rowena

Wow, what a day.  This is my favorite time of year to work outside...yes I know that does not follow the norm, but I am a winter person and I love working hard and not pouring sweat.  45 degrees with no wind is perfect working weather!!  I don't...

Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp

Blog: Cookus Interruptus   -   Thursday May 27, 2010   -   By Cynthia

Is Robert Plant organic?  Combining strawberries and rhubarb can be a stairway to a heavenly dessert.  Click here to watch.  

Westminater Farmers' Market Report for 05-21-2010

Blog: Westminster Farmers' Market   -   Tuesday May 25, 2010   -   By Dean

Westminster Farmers’ Market Report from Maple Heights Farm Too Busy To Cook? The Westminster Farmers’ Market is now open for the season! We not only have all the vendors that you remember from last year, but we also have some new...

just checking in

Blog: Mott Family Farm   -   Monday May 10, 2010   -   By Shelley

Monday morning.  Got a slow start.  First market last Saturday in Pittsburgh, Jeff and Jeremiah went with asparagus and rhubarb.  Windy and blowy, but the faithful came out to support the local farmers!  Sold out of  35 pounds of...

Early to Rise" Strawberries and Rhubarb"

Blog: Zina's Produce   -   Wednesday March 24, 2010   -   By Zina

Soon strawberries and Rhubarb will be center stage! I can’t wait until I taste the first local strawberry. Failing a backyard bed or pick- your-own farm, try to find local strawberries! In season these babies are best when eaten right out of the patch sweet...

poultry and garden notes

Blog: Bunchgrass Farm   -   Saturday September 12, 2009   -   By arbortender

This has been a great year for weeds and for flies. The turkeys are pleased. Perhaps this explains why the chickens have not been tempted into the onions this year. Our new broods of dark cornish and buff orpingtons have settled in outside and it's ever so...


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