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Category Archives: fruit trees
As usual, the blog goes quiet when work picks up outside. We have had a few harvests lately, lettuce, overwintered leeks, sorrel, spinach, bok choy and tatsoi. We had a great stir fry with our bok choy this week as … Continue reading
Here’s the second half of my early June garden update. You can see the first half here. We’re up to bed 7. This is my experiment with lasagna gardening, where I covered the bed with newspaper to kill the cover … Continue reading
In the yard we have a few fruit trees, vines, and bushes. I’m finding that not much fruit set, most likely because of a hard frost we had while the trees were in bloom in mid May. We have a … Continue reading
The sour cherry tree began blooming on May 1st.Two Cortland apple trees started blooming on May 3rd.I’m looking forward to the fruit they’ll produce.