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Spring Gardening

Blog: Red Goat Gardens   -   Thursday April 05, 2012   -   By Rick

We enjoyed visiting with those of you who made it out to our first open house event.  We still have great pepper and tomato transplants to get you started with your own backyard garden.  And, this is the best time of the year to get fresh eggs when...

Naturally Colored Eggs!

Blog: Red Goat Gardens   -   Monday March 26, 2012   -   By Rick

How about naturally colored eggs!  Our Ameraucana hens lay beautiful green and blue eggs and our Cuckoo Marans lay chocolate brown eggs.  So, we have a nice variety to go along with our brown egg layers.  These are great for spring baking and...

Vegetable Herb Transplants

Blog: Red Goat Gardens   -   Wednesday February 22, 2012   -   By Rick

Vegetable and herb transplants available in 2-3 weeks.  Many types of tomatoes hot, mild, sweet peppers herbs.


building some greenhouses and growing herbs

Blog: Finished up with Kickstarter   -   Tuesday February 07, 2012   -   By Amber

Yay!  So we finally met our kickstarter goal and are working on the greenhouses. Two down, three more to go. Tomato and pepper transplants are creeping right along with the lovely weather we have had, and we are going to be starting some squash and melons...

Last date to order is March 18!

Blog: 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...

Seed Starting: How to Grow Your Own Transplants

Blog: Uwharrie Farm   -   Monday November 30, 2009   -   By Judy

         The basis of a healthy transplant is a good soil-less potting mix.  Using a soil-less mix eliminates disease organisms, pests and weed seeds that may be found in soil.   I prefer organic and mix my...

4/21- Spring Explosion!

Blog: Greene Hills Farm   -   Tuesday April 21, 2009   -   By Stephanie

Here in eastern Washington we get less rainfall than Phoenix, Arizona. Irrigation is vital! (Jamie calls it “irritation”). Once the district gets water into the canals (it comes from Cascade Mt. snow pack via the Yakima River), we get busy setting up all our...

Almost time to transplant!

Blog: Sol to Seed Farm   -   Thursday March 26, 2009   -   By Matthew & Deanna

We have several varieties ready for transplant, hopefully this weekend - Kohlrabi, Cabbage, Broccoli, Cauliflower, Kale to name a few. We also hope to do our first round of direct seeding. We'd like to get some radishes, spinach, asian greens and maybe even...

just around the corner

Blog: Pembroke Gardens   -   Sunday February 08, 2009   -   By Angie

Groundhog Day, Candlemas, Brigid, Feast of St. Blaise…. Did you notice that the days are getting just a little longer? February 2 marks the midway point between the first day of winter and the first day of spring. We’ve rounded the...

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