Seedlings! (These are eggplant)
Celery 3/4/12 on Flickr. Growing season has begun at Hidden Farm. First up: celery, which we have not tried before.
At last, we’re getting our first batch of tomatoes! The weather has been such that I haven’t had to water in a couple months; the rain’s taken care of everything for me. But the weather
The apple that got away on Flickr.There were three apples on our tree this year - the first time it had actually put out apples. Tropical Storm Irene got one and black knot
A few things we’ve seen in the yard lately: Red, red roses are popping up all over the rose planters. So are the companion plants - some are even taller than the roses, which is
The sun is beaming down on our rose planters. Looking at all this color, it’s hard to believe that a year ago these weren't even in place!
Since we only made 9 quarts of tomato sauce this past weekend, I decided that I better knit a tomato as a reminder of this summer. It looks good enough to eat. Just add some
We have been busy at Hidden Farms - in fact, we’re taking this whole week to work on agriculture (and other projects). So we’ll have a lot of news this week. Let’s kick this off