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Starting Seeds with LED Plant Lights. 1.14.18
This is the beginning of the Generation Garden where I will have the plants from my grandparents' gardens, and my garden. It is the terrace that Zac built for me. He also collected these red rocks from an outcropping near by. This rock drainage is to direct the water from the south, upward sloping ground that will be put into clover and wildflowers hoping to attract birds, bees, and butterflies.
This is the east terrace that Zac and Laura created for me and it, too, will drain the water off of the upper ground. By diverting water, we hope to prevent the washouts that have been occurring. We will put a hugelculture upslope from the terrace to catch the water flow from the south.
The final stages of construction of the geodesic dome greenhouse. We have to build the grow beds and put in a water tank on the north side that is intended to collect the winter heat from the south during winter months. The sun rises very low on the horizon, crosses just above the trees at midday and then goes behind the trees in the afternoon. The water feature will hold fish and plants that will be the water source for the growing beds.
Baigou seems proud of the harvest.
Ahhh, Chris you are so right! :)
Daniel, you don't know the failures we put under the carpet!
All I can do is sit and 'sighhhhh' as I view the pictures and read about everyone's harvest. Just amazing what you all are producing. Daniel your blog info should be in a national magazine!
And I have one lonely plum and nectarine on my trees, Daniel. Boo hiss. Oh, but I have zillions of apples, pears, and peaches--and persimmons. Fall red raspberries are blooming. Gonna make wine out of them for the first time. Just received wine yeast (Amazon). Any suggestions?
Daniel, what a great amount of good food you have. Makes my mouth water!
The last two weeks have been unusually cold, so my watermelon may fail again, but my berries are looking great!
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