Revolution Of Thought
growing some perilla should take care of your squirrel problem. :-)

Hmmm I will keep that in mind!

Fallen. Great Short Film!

Homegrown buttercup squash, So tasty!

Homegrown buttercup squash, So tasty!

So this may seem strange, and I'm someone who knows very little about botany, but I saw your posts on the consciousness tag and I thought I'd visit your blog. I don't know what I was expecting, but your photographs and passion for sustainability and learning is really compelling and moving. It reminds me there are others so different from myself who are doing beautiful things with their lives. Thank you for being such an interesting human being, and inspiring me to remain present. Take care.

Wow Thank you for those words, this made my day! We all have a role in this Journey forward. Peace Love.

Picking some kale this morning, Been a while since I have made a Green juice, need to keep it steady.

Came across a Wild Chestnut Tree today for the 1st time. I think these may be Poisonous.
So this is a Horse Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum). Raw Horse Chestnut seed, leaf, bark and flower are toxic due to the presence of esculin and should not be ingested.
But is used medicinally for its Anti inflammatory property’s , But needs to go through an extraction process.

Came across a Wild Chestnut Tree today for the 1st time. I think these may be Poisonous.

So this is a Horse Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum). Raw Horse Chestnut seed, leaf, bark and flower are toxic due to the presence of esculin and should not be ingested.

But is used medicinally for its Anti inflammatory property’s , But needs to go through an extraction process.

My 1st Photography Publication, shots of some of the Rarest Beans from All over the Globe. Photos published in the Fall 2014 Issue of The Heirloom Gardener Mag.

Been wanting a new film camera for sometime now, came across this guy for $10 in a antique store.

Been wanting a new film camera for sometime now, came across this guy for $10 in a antique store.

What my desk looks like.

What my desk looks like.

Hello! So today on a walk I came across a Prickly Pair cactus that was bearing fruit. I was wondering if you knew how to prep the seeds for planting? Also when they should be planted and what not. I'm assuming if I plant it inside the season won't matter as long as it's exposed to the proper lighting and temp.

Cool Prickly pear! You can just eat the fruit, spit the seeds. but if you live in an area were the cactus thrives it doesn’t matter when to plant I guess. But I wouldn’t even plant from seed, what I would do is take a Cactus Pad and stick it in some soil and root a whole new plant. Way quicker and easier & simpler. I hoped I help and thank you!

Hello! :) I love watching your videos. They are very informative and entertaining. I was wondering if you have any suggestions of types of cameras for a beginning photographer? I don't know where to start. Please and thanks! :)

Hello! Thank you im glad you enjoy them. Well I learned on a old film camera, so you can find a find old film cam if you want to learn that way (like an old Canon Ae-1), or if you want to go digital get a cheap Digital cam, nothing crazy maybe a canon T3i? I say canon cause that’s what I use, but look around. I hope I was a help.

-Anthony

I Need to Make a Video soon.

Some rare foods harvested today. Palav Kadu Squash, Dosakai Melom from India, Good mother stallard pole beans, Wild boar tomatoes.

Love your creations and the seed bank idea with so many beautiful heirlooms... What region are you in? Interested in what climate allows you to cultivate so many Indian and African species.

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.



A very old verity of squash almost forgotten from Central Asia called Palav Kadu. Looking forward to saving seed from this old & rare Variety!
A very old verity of squash almost forgotten from Central Asia called Palav Kadu. Looking forward to saving seed from this old & rare Variety!