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Planting Annual Flowers, Brussels Sprouts, Collards, Tomatoes. 4.23.18
How to build a self-wicking bed
"a step-by-step guide: How to build a wicking bed to conserve water and maximise food production. Sam designed and constructed this 'Wicking Bed' while studying permaculture at Djanbung Gardens in Australia."
Mmmmm. Last summer's potatoes, carrots, peas, asparagus, onions (and garlic), corn, and cabbage were the main ingredients for my vegetable soup I made yest. Should be good for 3 more meals.
Patricia, and I was trying to add humor with my oil addition. Let's see if we can salvage this joke.
Well, I looked for a joke. Nada.
Daniel, did you have a lens inserted or are you wearing glasses? That is such good news. Glad you had it done, and it was an easy procedure. You will be able to see all those beautiful photos you sent us!
I Googled the January bird count for Spokane and the only bird reported in my neighborhood was a sparrow ... oh joy! Down along the river and in the prairies surrounding Spokane, other species appeared this January, so far.
One of my projects this year, continue to try to bring in others species to my yard. A naturalist in the neighborhood agreed to assist me.
Patricia, never give up on humor please. "fries, ketchup, & vinegar" make a delicious combination and would be a profitable plant if developed. Can't you see it now, a plant with fires, tomatoes and apple cider vinegar growing from its trunk!
Above freezing temperatures last night and today. Melting ice, HOORAY!
Daniel, do you have your new lens already?
Your presenting symptoms gave you lots of information that it was time to take care of the cataract. Do you know why your left eye is blurred?
Have you had problems with your work as well?
I am very glad you will have the visual acuity to do those things that you love to do.
Daniel, I think I'l print your photo to scare away my rabbits! Cliche humor. Happy to receive a positive report on your eyes.
Six inches of the white stuff overnight. First of the season. I'm happy for the cover over my strawberry bed, especially since it's supposed to get REALLY cold the next few days.
I'm so glad you can see better, Daniel!
You're right, Daniel, the Steller's go crazy over peanuts. When I put some out in the feeders they start flocking around even before I clear out. The scrub jays love them too.
Patricia - I'd be glad to send you one of my vinegar starts and you could try grafting it onto your totato.
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