Pruning Raspberries

Raspberries can be their own worst enemy, especially when left un-pruned. When raspberries are left to grow wild and haphazard, the canes get very overcrowded. These thick masses, left in moist, shady conditions become susceptible to myriad of fungal diseases. A thick … Continue reading

Seed to Seed ~ Keep the Ball Rolling

Spinach was one of the first crops that I directly seeded into our garden this spring. The 10 little sprouts which germinated, grew into modest sized plants. I have been stealing a few leaves for our daily lunch, since the end of … Continue reading

Think Outside the Yard

Lately, I’ve heard a few complaints from people about, “not having enough room” on their property to put in more food-producing plants. I find it so silly for them to limit their food production with that kind of thinking. Most of us have so … Continue reading