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Category Archives: In the Garden
We’ve had a heat blast here in Seattle, and while some plants are loving it (the blueberries and strawberries) some plants are kind of scaring us with their enthusiastic embrace of the elements. We cut back an adirondack chair’s worth … Continue reading
Last week, we had the joy of watching our friend Jessica’s chickens while she was out of town. Spending time with the three ladies is hilarious, entertaining, and means all the fresh eggs you can eat. Hooray! Of course, we … Continue reading
Remember the bok choi and snow peas we planted in the raised beds back in March? Well, they’re growing away! Here’s a little update… Also, if you’re in the Seattle area, this weekend is the Seattle Tilth Edible Plant Fair … Continue reading
Our labors have born fruit and Kevin the Orange Tabby is loving the first harvest of Kitty Seed Grass. As you can see, he’s enjoying it mightily.
Spring is in full roar here at the Seattle Foodshed’s home gardens. The leaves are unfurling, the first vegetables are growing, and we’ve received some delightful surprises in the form of tulips we forgot we’d planted. Here’s what we’re doing … Continue reading
Now that the soil is warmed up and the beds are all ready to plant, we get to do the fun part! Putting the seeds in the soil! Come see what we’re planting, and what those mystery rows are that … Continue reading
Spring is here! And it’s time to start planting vegetable seeds in our Seattle garden. How do we know? Well, all the signs are there! First, just look at how pumped Walnut is!
It’s hard to believe we’re still harvesting from the garden, this far into November. But the little garden that could still has some surprises for us. What’s fresh now?
It’s fall and the weather has turned crisp in the evenings. The leaves are turning, football is on, and the grapes are just starting to become irresistibly sweet. Looks like that grape fertilizing we did way back in April is … Continue reading
It’s September, and the kabocha squash are growing by leaps and bounds! They’re growing in a great, green, happy bed down in the lower garden bed. Right now they’re more yellow than their distinctive orange of fall. And, it’s time for … Continue reading