May 31, 2017

Staying ahead of the weeds...

Doesn't feel possible to stay ahead of the weeds.....We use grass clippings from the yard ( All natural, no fertilizer added) but as Summer heats up, there just isn't enough clippings to keep up.

To stay ahead of the game, I have applied organic paper mulch to help suppress and keep the weeds at bay this season.

Installation is super easy.... wetting it down, makes the paper soft enough to plant through.

May 30, 2017


 Oh, how my heart sings with the blooms of Spring.

The long winter was almost unbearable.....and this is what I hold out hope for!

Sweet...sweet blooms.....I love you!

May 16, 2017

worth the wait

Planted these beauties in mid-January and so worth the wait!!! 

These Pansies just opened up this week and I am in Love 💖

May 15, 2017

Slug Bug


Ok, this where I totally act like a girl....Not my favorite part of gardening. These guys really gross me out!! Have you ever stepped on one barefoot in the dark? Yuck!

 Found this little sneaky in the greenhouse this morning.

I can't touch them...I just can't!!!!

Scooped this one up and launched it into the chicken pen and in a matter of 2 seconds, it was gobbled up!

May 14, 2017

A little beat up!

Rain and hail have left a mark.....but still beautiful in my eyes. My favorite Red white and blue combo, Plassir Tulips with grape hyacinths planted at the base of our flagpole.

May 10, 2017

No...that's not a weed!!!

Heirloom "Ailsa Craig" onion starts have reseeded and came up all on their own.  
I almost mistook them for grass trying to creep into the garden bed. 

They have been happily rehomed!

May 8, 2017

Price of Lettuce in the Inland NW

With the price of lettuce in our local grocery store at $2.99 a head (not even organic)...I am thankful mine is starting to take off!

Imagine the $$$$ saved ;-)

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