We won't be needing garlic anytime soon. This is our second bunch harvested!
In March of 1917, the US National War Garden Commission was organized by Charles Lathrop Pack, introducing the concept of the war garden, or Victory Garden, as they later came to be known. By the end of the first World War, over 5 million such gardens had sprung up across the United States. By the … Continue reading Victory Gardens
https://goo.gl/photos/ytHE2mtb9scjstiS7 The herbs and done of three perennials are blooming but the weeds are growing like crazy too. Definitely more than enough to keep me busy! Have a great day everyone 🌻
Well the girls had the yard to themselves (well with the kitties) while I cleaned their coop and worked outside. It was a great day for all of us to enjoy! I was also able to harvest the first crop of the season - radishes win this year!!! Aren't they beautiful? I hope you all … Continue reading Free-ranging kinda day
Good morning all! Well you know it's planting season! I haven't been anywhere but the garden recently, including the cyber world. Anyway, I want to let you you all know that I do have some plants available for sale. They are organic and many are heirloom! I will be on later with a tomato update, … Continue reading Basil and More Available
So, once again, KTBug has more seedlings than garden space. Selling a few extras, if anybody needs. Hit us up for varieties and prices.
Exciting news! One of our new chickens has graduated from pullet to hen, we had an extra egg today. No way to say which one is the over-achiever, but we're sure the other is soon to follow!
Well Charley and Quaker are loving their new home, or so it seems. They haven't found the ladder to get to the nesting boxes and their beds but I suppose they will before bedtime. I should have plopped them up top and had them explore down. Oh well, I'll do that with Gretzy and Lucy … Continue reading The young girls check out their new digs
Welcome Quaker and Charlemagne (Charley)
Well, after an annoying snow delay, today is the day we're supposed to pick up our two new girls. They are 19-week old Red Sex-Link pullets and should be ready to lay very soon. After careful consideration we have our two names: Quaker and Charlemagne (Charly). Thank you to our name contributors Matthew Roytos and … Continue reading Names picked…today’s the day!