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Projects are those activities I track over time. It can be planting lists, growing cycles, design and construction projects, even food if it needs to age or ferment. I do it all here because its easier than sorting through paper notes.

30 12, 2020

Christmas Rescue 2020

By |2020-12-30T15:49:35-08:00December 30th, 2020|Photos, Projects|

In keeping with a long tradition of saving post-Christmas plants from the trash bin, this year's rescue is a 93 cent bargain. It's 4-inch tall poinsettia in a silver 2-inch pot that's definitely seen better days. It has one green leaf and a few red bracts still hanging on, probably because they've been sprayed with glitter glue. The glue has also attracted what looks like cat hair (or worse). My record's pretty good when it comes to nursing abused poinsettias  [keep reading...]

21 11, 2020

Thanksgiving Prep – Sweet Potatoes

By |2020-11-22T08:23:27-08:00November 21st, 2020|Garden, Photos, Projects|

Short of the turkey, everything for our family's Thanksgiving feast is grown here at The Acre. It takes a few days to harvest everything and bring it all together, so we always start with the stuff we need to dig up. This morning is was sweet potatoes, red and white varieties. This is way more than the four of us will eat, so we'll store the small ones to plant is spring, and share the extra big ones with our  [keep reading...]

28 10, 2020

Keyhole Garden – October 28, 2020

By |2020-10-28T09:46:25-07:00October 28th, 2020|Garden, Projects|

Gardener’s Log : Keyhole Garden day 585. Well, if you want to hammer a keyhole garden into submission, making it rain followed by high winds and near 80° heat, followed by overnight lows that dip into the 30s, followed by more near 80° temperatures again, is certainly one way of doing it. 40 degree plus temperature swing in 24 hours The poor pumpkin, which was thriving a couple weeks ago, is done in, as is most of the  [keep reading...]

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