(Notice that the only plants with holes above are the weeds that have grown into the collard greens and nasturtiums)
I wish you all a wonderful and productive New Year!
My next podcast has been delayed due to lack of quiet space to record due to winter vacation and kid chaos. I should be recording again next Monday and hopefully will post the same day.
I dont know about you all but I am feeling very strongly compelled to read my seed catalogues and my gardening books and am dreaming dreams of my summer garden.
Right now it lays frozen under feet of snow which is where it should be this time of year.
I am going to put a few photos in this post of things going on around here the past few months.
I saved some seeds (tomatoes, garlic chives).
We harvested organic potatoes which I grew under peas all summer long.
My paw paw trees, started from seeds I nibbled on and saved, continue to grow.
Our mushroom logs flushed shiitakes
Cleaning out the goat sheds, changing their set up and reaping great yields for next year’s fertility.
Making chickens angry with hen-sulation fashion (meant to help a molting chicken but has not been adopted gracefully by the poultry in question)
Happy New Year!