I was away for a bit, but am now back. Since I was also away from my gardens and garden work, I had a TON of catching up to do. Funny how falling out of sync for just one week can throw your gardens into an ugly frenzy! My share today, because of the garden … Continue reading PLOWSHARE THURSDAY AUGUST 17, 2017:
Ok, most of you – get out of the gutter! I am talking about food processing here. We have such a nice new house with outstanding new porches that it would be a shame not to use them every chance we get. Well, the food processing season has come upon us once again. This time … Continue reading WHERE DO YOU DO “IT” AT?
Hi, guys! Sorry, I have not been keeping up with things, but if you read my last post, you know why. This Plow Share is to tell you more about my new favorite best friend in the garden – the head cover. (This one is from Amazon – under $5) I originally found these things … Continue reading PLOWSHARE THURSDAY – PREVENTION GEAR!
I started this post but got too wordy. So, instead, I am going to tell you a story. Once upon a time, there was a young, old woman who loved to garden. She loved the seeds, the starts, the transplanting and even the weeding. This young, old woman was so into her gardens that she … Continue reading WHEN TROUBLE COMES IN THREES WHAT CAN YOU DO?
Once upon a time, there was a little girl with very curly dark hair that loved to run and jump and play. She had a horse to ride, dogs to run with, and a sister to get into trouble with. Alas, this beautiful little girl was a klutz! Her mother was full off cute old-fashioned … Continue reading Friday Funny: Ballet – OR – Did you catch that mouse?
We are a natural farm. I am pretty sure that the pests – weeds and bugs – in the area know this. The reason I know this is because we have so many on our property. The bugs are controlled via natural methods: • Salt, soap, & vinegar solution. • Companion Planting. • Creative natural … Continue reading PLOWSHARE THURSDAY – My new best garden friend!
Those of you that have never been fortunate enough to live on a farm, plowshare (according to Merriam-Webster definition) is a part of a plow that cuts the furrow. It cuts through the old stale gunk that may be devoid of any nutritional value and gets to the good stuff. Starting this Thursday – May … Continue reading NEED SOME HELP? PLOWSHARE THURSDAY: