getting our garden on
We’ve been busy in the garden these past few weeks, and 80degree weather is confusing us all into believing summer is here–forget the end of winter, or even the entire spring!
here are a few of the sq-wormies thriving in our biodynamic compost. it is rich, black soil, the perfect addition to our garden beds.
there’s a promise for blueberries on this bush!
carrots were planted last Sunday–a biodynamic ‘root day’.

It’s likely to turn cooler again, but it’s been such a mild winter in NC, it’s difficult to imagine how the sweltering months will look, hopefully they will be cooler than normal to balance things out…

Our seed starting has expanded this year. Last year’s method of using gutters in the greenhouse worked marvelously, and so we doubled up. Things are springing up all over the place. I’m really excited about a southern variety of Rhubarb that looks great so far, and of course–tomatoes. As always, we’re trying several new varieties and some old favorites, too. 
Are you planting yet? what’s your favorite homegrown produce?

2 Comments

  • Dawn Suzette Posted March 16, 2012 11:15 am

    80 degrees… what a dream!
    Looks like a lot of action in your gardening already.
    We love the garlic we grow because it is the one thing the deer stay away from! 🙂

  • torahmama Posted March 23, 2012 12:41 pm

    I love it! You guys are so awesome!!

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