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May 9, 2018
Here’s one more reason for morning appointments …. Wow! This year’s garden is off to a strong start! Barb has done an amazing job preparing. Yes, the garden is loving this weather and growing strong! =)
June 27, 2016
A patient was in for a cleaning and picked up some of our veggies from the garden, and honey we just extracted. The next day she showed up with chocolate zucchini muffins! WOW! Delicious! And… kind of healthy! 🙂 We asked … Continue reading
May 23, 2016
Honey Flo on display today and ready to go! We’ve also got a few small honey samples for you from of our first extraction!!! =) If you don’t know Honey Flo, check out the video on YouTube.
February 14, 2016
We have sad news to report. We started keeping honeybees last spring with the intention of providing honey to all of you. Last night, February 12, 2016, someone STOLE ALL 3 OF OUR HIVES! REWARD: $1,000 reward to anyone who … Continue reading
June 15, 2015
If you’re lucky enough to have an appointment this week, we’ve got lots of veggies for you! Our largest harvest yet! Not photographed: lots of squash, cucumbers, and peppers. Tomatoes almost ready!
May 20, 2015
Barb loves these rainbow spiral supports for tomatoes instead of cages. Plus they store so much easier. We tasted these peas right at the garden. They’re sweet and crunchy! Perfect addition to a salad!
May 11, 2015
Barb uses Heavy Duty Ground Cover to prevent weeds in the non-growing seasons. It works a lot better than basic weed barrier / landscape fabric. She just rolled it off this weekend to reveal rich, clean soil ready for planting! … Continue reading
April 6, 2015
Barb just planted: yukon, pontiac and german butter ball potatoes, tonda and little finger carrots, radish, turnips, scallions, and beets. Sun shining down bright today! =)
April 13, 2014
This is a great article that summarizes a healthy lifestyle and eating habit suggestions. Read the full article here, or these are the excerpt summaries: “Trans fats are man-made fats, made by “hydrogenating” polyunsaturated vegetable oils. These fats can cause … Continue reading
September 3, 2013
Barb cleaned out all the spent summer veggies this past weekend. She tilled under the soil and it is ready for a new planting of fall crops. She’ll be planting lettuce, onions, bokchoy, turnips, cabbage, broccoli, and spinach. Yummmm. Are … Continue reading
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