Transform Lawn To Food production. Join the growing number of people, who are taking responsibility for their health, food security and climate change, by planting gardens & trees. I own an Urban Farm Stand that offers fresh organic produce, build new gardens and provide seasonal maintenance for vegetable plots in Comox and Courtenay, BC.
In anticipation of this weekend’s rainfall, I made sure to collect all of my drying bean pods off of their vines. I could tell that the pods were ready for harvest because as I plucked at the dry shells, several of them … Continue reading
I have Curly, Lacinato, Rainbow Lacinato, and Red Russian Kale varieties growing in our garden. There are aproximately 8 plants each of the 4 varieties for a total of 32 producing plants. The two of us could probably get by with … Continue reading
It’s mid-August and my gardens resemble a jungle of vines and glossy leaves rather than a vegetable plot. This is what I have been waiting all winter for 🙂 The sweet taste of fresh-from-the-vine bursts of flavours are frequent, daily indulgences as … Continue reading
I started my own Cauliflower this year. Everything was going along smoothly, the seedlings were looking good and I spent quite a few days hardening them off. A couple of weeks ago, I planted several out in the garden. The first … Continue reading
For most of us, the knack of year-round vegetable gardening is still being developed so our gardens are pretty bare this time of year … or are they? I was out in the front yard vegetable garden yesterday, pulling … Continue reading