There's an apparently abandoned bee village on the edge of the tree-enclosed clearing just beyond the main field (the clearing is past the fence, covered in snow, in this pic). There is a backstory here, still to be fully figured out, but the basic fact of the moment is a … [Read more...] about Abandoned bee village
Archives for March 2009
Finally, today seemed like the right time to start the main wave of seedlings! Lynn dropped by to look around, stir up some seed starting mix, and add to the dirty hands collection. This particular dirt isn't all that dirt-y, it's actually only peat moss, from the half-and-half … [Read more...] about Starting more seed!
Three weeks old, and the parsley is already well past its seed leaf stage, where everyone pretty much looks the same, and is busy expressing its true nature. On the left, Green Pearl, a curly variety, starting to pucker and...curl. On the right, Hilmar, of the generally … [Read more...] about Express yourself: parsley
From delicious warm weather to snow, to mini-melt-off, to more cold and snow... The weather is yo-yo-ing, changing every couple of days. Seems unusual, but what isn't with Our Weather of the Last Few Years? At this point, the only way I could keep track of all the weird weather … [Read more...] about Snow off, snow on
Biting into the barcode on an apple, dreaming of the first garden meal... This is one of the many little quiet-before-it-all-goes-crazy times that happen through the season, a few things already going, just waiting for the moment that seems right to start seeding the rest. I've … [Read more...] about Apple a day…