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mother nature is tough

Last winter Mr. Bill planted a package of a romaine type lettuce in a bed in the greenhouse. We enjoyed it from late winter through late spring when it got hot and it started to…

potato growing a new potato

So I'm still working on last yrs (that sounds so weird- last yrs) potato crop. I went down to the basement to get some potatoes for dinner and pulled this one out of the bucket…

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

I just wanted to get off a quick Season's Greetings to our wonderful Grow Appalachia family. I have thoroughly enjoyed reading about everyone's gardening thoughts and experiences in 2013. It's inspiring! I'm at my husbands…

Thanksgiving!

Well we had our last meeting of the year last night and it feels a little sad to say goodbye for 2013. One of our members did a talk on Worm Composting. It was really…

Fall pictures and thoughts

Finally I remembered to take my camera to the garden yesterday. I wanted to share how the garden is progressing. We are all really enjoying the greens now. Turnips, Mustards, Tat soi, radishs, kohlrabi, beet…

Fall Festival 10/19/13

We had a great turn out for our Fall Festival. The weather was rather cold, but thankfully we were able to move the Pumpkin carving into the garage part of the building. The pot luck…

Todays garden and harvest

The cole crops are growing like crazy in spite of almost no rain since they went in. I have to water frequently. Thankfully I think the shorter days and cool dewy nights are helping them…

fall is sooooo busy

Somehow I always forget just what a busy time fall is. Trying to get all the fall crops in, while still picking and harvesting and putting up all that stuff. We've had a good turnout…

Pics and news from Sue

This is my Edamame.  I looked forward to trying the fishing line idea to keep out the deer but apparently the deer at LMU think it's a special invitation to them to eat stuff.  They…