Some rare foods harvested today. Palav Kadu Squash, Dosakai Melom from India, Good mother stallard pole beans, Wild boar tomatoes.
Thank you, I live New England, so It gets cold in the winter. I just grow these plants as annuals, I just start them real early in the season.
I am reblogging this lecture that Joseph Simcox gave at the Baker Creek Heirloom festival. He is one of the most informative speakers I have heard speak. If you have seen this video can you please write a review at http://www.greatgardenspeakers.com/listing/joseph-simcox-51ea03784c83c.html
It will only take a few minutes, this will help him to get more talks so more ears can here this important information Thank you! Peace Love
Joseph Simcox Speaks At Baker Creek Heirloom Festival 2014
Joseph Simcox Speaks at Baker Creek”s 4th annual Heirloom Festival. In this lecture he cover Genetic Diversity and why GMO’s are not necessary because of the amount of genetic diversity in the plant world. Very Informative & Enlightening.
Hello, Well It was just years of reading, surfing the internet, and going on nature walks with people who have a lot of experience like “Wild Man Steve Brill”. But during the winter I don’t grow food maybe sprouts indoor, although it can be done. I don’t have the resources at the moment to do so. In the winter I buy food and do more Photography than gardening. But there are some great homesteaders out there making these things happen, which one day I hope to do (if im not living in a more mild climate where I can grow year round) . Hope I was helpfull!
Blessed with some “mantanghong” chinese radish and “achocha” seeds! Thank you Jasmin! Check out her amazing Photography at http://desixlb.tumblr.com/
Thank you I’m glad that they are Helpful! Here is a link to a site with a list of A ton of Medicinal herbs http://www.herbsguide.net/
Dasakai Melon seeds given to me By The Botanical Explorer Joesph Simcox. A interesting Cucumber from India.
Well nothing is by accident, that’s pretty cool i should go back and watch my old ones. Thank you for watching my videos and sharing your thoughts. This means a lot to me, I hope that others may see the light the light is Fun. Peace Love.
WOW! that’s really interesting an amazing! I will take this as a sign to keep on going. It makes me so happy that this inspires you. Peace Love.
PS: Im a pack a bowl kinda guy. ;)
Right now im trying to move forward with my photography, but you don’t need much time. The key is to build good soil and your plants will thrive! you just have to go into the garden just to see what needs to be maintained. my tip to you is just keep learning, and keep experimenting!
No i have not but you should most def look into it. Also if you into aromatherapy im sure the is a long list of plants that can be of use for you, this may be your plant nitch!~
Hello! Thank You it makes me glad my blog is been a learning experience for you, I will continue to keep moving forward. For insects I would use natural things like a neem oil water spray and plant certain plants that will repel certain insects. Peace!~