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Planting Perennials & Shrubs In The Fall

Planting Perennials & Shrubs In The Fall

Posted by Lynn Gusman on Oct 6th 2022

As the weather starts to cool and the days get shorter, you may start to notice perennials, trees, and shrubs going on sale at your favorite garden center. While any discounted plant may be tempting, you may be wondering, “Is it safe to plant in the fall?” The short answer: yes! There are a few things to keep in mind, however, before loading up your cart.In general, planting in the fall can be don … read more
Purslane and Chive Warm Potato Salad Recipe

Purslane and Chive Warm Potato Salad Recipe

Posted by Amy Renae on Feb 15th 2022

INGREDIENTS 6-8 Large Yellow and Red Skinned Potatoes 1 Egg 2 Cups Oil 1 T kosher salt 2 T lemon juice 1 handful of chives 1/2 a handful of purslane This recipe is very much "to taste" so adjust amounts according to your preference! Steps To Make Purslane and Chive Warm Potato Salad 1. Cut the potatoes into large chunks and boil until fork tender. Drai … read more
How to Harvest & Dry Seeds

How to Harvest & Dry Seeds

Posted by Amy Renae on Feb 1st 2022

First things first -- let those plants BOLT! They look ugly, but to make seed, they need to stop the growth process, get brown and ugly and shrivel up.Collect your bunches of plants, seedpods intact and haul them up to the porch to dry a little further. Use dehydrator or hanging them from the rafters of a dry barn or porch works just as well!If you are working in a smaller space, you can snip of … read more

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