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When To Plant: If you live in a zone with cold winters, plant cloves of garlic after the first frost and about four weeks before the ground freezes, depending on what part of the country you live in that … Continue reading
“Little Red’s Market” opened in downtown Wausau in 1936 when an Irishman - Ronald “Red” McGowan and his wife Sophie started a small produce market on 2nd Street. Starting a new business was not an easy thing to do in the … Continue reading
A hog panel bent in thirds, wired together on a large planter.
Sad Update both garden pools were stolen. Envy is a mental illness. Please donate a little to make a statement to a world gone nuts.
Here are two downloadables for recording and tracking your bounty for 2011. I generally like to use open office spreadsheets and PDF’s. Havest Tally 2011 PDF Havest Tally 2011 Spreadsheet
WOW I DID NOT KNOW ANY OF THIS.. AWESOME. The Amazing Cucumber This information was in The New York Times several weeks ago as part of their “Spotlight on the Home” series that highlighted creative and fanciful ways to … Continue reading
Most home gardeners raise beans for their pods, so these are the most commonly grown at homes, and have been bred for succulent, flavorful pods. 130 varieties are listed in Stephen Facciola’s Cornucopia. Pods may be green, golden, purple, … Continue reading
To Date Harvest 13.30 Lbs More to come!