On the Seed Farm
How we do it
Already Over Winter
Although we may only be at the beginning of winter, get over it! Help a few of your biennials make it through and see what they do next spring.(2 comments)
Thanks and more thanks!
We're a little late on the giving thanks front, but better late than never. We had a crazy week-of-Thanksgiving. For the curious, here's a re-cap:(4 comments)
Building Seed Resources
As winter nears and the weather cools, the race to finish undone outdoor projects heats up.(1 comments)
Second Year Firsts
Even though this is our second year of the Seed Library, there are many firsts in the works.(1 comments)
Annual Seedy Shindig on October 11th
Come see the farm, celebrate seed season, and meet other seed savers.(3 comments)
Thrivers and Survivors
This sunny week (and our cathartic new t-shirts) have truly lifted our spirits, and it seems, the plants' moods have lifted as well.
Dripping with Irony
We're receiving a USDA grant to put in a drip irrigation system on the farm! Ironically, we have not had to water at all this season.(6 comments)
Weather Records, Endless Broccoli Bliss, and Summer Sowing
2009 has proven to be an especially challenging growing year, and the tomato lovers among us are all anxiously awaiting some heat.
Seed Sense: Pepper Prowess
Proper pepper care (as they get ready to flower)(2 comments)
Time to Go A-Roguing
It is time to be thinking about saving seeds but first, it is time to discover your inner rogue.(3 comments)