Fiber is the indigestible nutrient found only in plants. It helps move food through our system and remove waste. If … Continue reading Fiber is Essential
I just stumbled on this Seattle honey producer and advocate for healthy bee habitats and had to share it here. They … Continue reading Seattle saving bees?
Ok, friends. Several things to share here. First, even our resident mama raccoon cannot eat enough plums to make up for … Continue reading Plums, Zucchini, and a Pretty Pantry (not mine)
Seeds and Bees has been on a general pause lately while its members work en masse on various projects. I’ll … Continue reading Hard Work and Harvest: Frog Garden
This week started out badly with the loss of two of our chickens. A raccoon pulled Snowy and Wild through … Continue reading Goodbye Snowy and Wild
Remember those little lettuce plants turning into large? Well, now they magically turned into a gorgeous bouquet of roses! Thank … Continue reading Garden Exchange
Introducing Wild, Chocolate, Fireblame, and Snowy. 🙂 The coop has not been built yet, but the container is working beautifully … Continue reading Chicks!
My favorite garden season is here – eating tons of greens! Tender salad crops prefer cooler weather, and with the … Continue reading Oh my, how have you grown!
I have a confession to make. When I moved to my little patch of island almost five years ago, I … Continue reading Container Queen
The post I was hoping not to write… Last year in early April, I planted a dozen brassica starts (kale … Continue reading Intro to cabbage maggots